With the start of a new semester, local college students are preemptively reminded by Lower Merion police to be good neighbors as part of a .
Some Bryn Mawr residents and Lower Merion Commissioner Scott Zelov (Ward 10-Bryn Mawr, Gladwyne and Haverford) have been vocal about the need to be vigilant about student misconduct in neighborhoods.
Others have expressed concern about college students being unfairly targeted by Lower Merion police.
One Patch commenter recently said: "Can't LM Police leave 'Nova students alone?? I know they need to make money off of them to stay one of the richest departments in the country, but they should be concerned with real criminals. LM Police have nothing better to do."
How do you feel about college students being back in town? Tell us in the comments section.