The gedo, or hamlet in the Jersey Shore, is a mostly rural, mostly blue collar town of roughly 3,000 people on the Hudson River in the Catskills.
The hamlet was once home to a manufacturing company, and it has a long and rich history in New York City.
The town was named after the town of Gedo, where the original Gedo Bridge opened in 1856.
It’s the last hamlet on the island of Long Island to have its own ferry service.
And it was once one of the most heavily trafficked areas in New England.
But over the last couple of decades, it’s been hard to get in.
That’s been due to its proximity to New York, where illegal drugs are often used.
In the past few years, however, the area has seen a surge in crime.
And while the town has a population of roughly 1,600 people, it has the highest crime rate in the area.
“Gedo is a crime hotspot,” says Paul Knaus, an expert on the region.
“Its an area that has the worst reputation in New Hampshire.”
The town of 6,000 has a murder rate that is three times higher than New Hampshire.
The average property value in the hamlet is about $6.5 million.
That includes an average $400,000 home.
And the number of murders in the city is a whopping 16, according to the FBI.
The crime is so bad that in the early 2000s, the mayor proposed that the police station in the town be moved to the city.
But the mayor never saw the funding.
He has not been back since.
“The mayor is trying to sell it to the highest bidder, but they’re not willing to move the station,” Knaes says.
“People in the community think they’re getting an award for their town, but in reality they’re losing out,” Kraus says.
And now, the city has been losing its ability to get funding for its police department.
“It’s not because of funding, but because they’re just not willing or able to provide it,” Krasus says, adding that he’s been calling the city’s mayor about this issue.
The mayor, Kevin McQuillan, denies the mayor’s claims and says that the town needs to move its police station.
“We don’t have enough money to pay our police officers, so the city needs to start moving their station,” he said.
The city’s chief of police says that since he was elected, he’s tried to negotiate with the town to make the move.
But it hasn’t worked.
The police department is still there, but now it’s not as well-staffed.
“I think it’s time for us to make some changes,” McQuilan said.
But he said that since moving the police department, the department has gotten smaller and smaller.
And with fewer officers, there are fewer crimes.
And in recent years, the town’s police department has been struggling with a lack of funding.
“Our budget has been cut by 10 percent, and the crime is down by 20 percent,” McQueen said.
McQueen says that’s due to the fact that many residents here have moved to other towns in the state.
“There is a real fear that we will lose our ability to keep our town as a community and to be successful,” he says.
In 2015, the FBI released a report that found that the average price of heroin in the gedo was $2,400 a kilo.
And according to McQueen, the crime rate has been on the rise in recent months.
The increase in crime is in part due to people moving to other communities in the region, like the Catskill Mountains.
According to the New York State Police, there were over 400 reported crimes in the surrounding Catskill region in 2017, an increase of about 75 percent from 2016.
“That’s the biggest increase we’ve seen in recent history,” McSquire says.
That increase has been attributed to the increasing popularity of recreational drugs like marijuana and cocaine in the Catasauqua and Catskill areas.
“These areas are known for drugs,” Krammer says.
“And when they’re growing, the drug traffic goes up, and so the price goes up.”
And that’s one of McQuinces main concerns.
The community has lost an opportunity to build a better community, he says, because the town isn’t building enough.
“If you want to get out of the hamlets, you need to get into the communities,” McQinces says.
So far, he has not heard any new proposals to improve the town.
And he has no plans to take his case to the state legislature.
But some of the residents who are in the neighborhood say that the city should move.
“You have to have a plan,” says local resident Joe Bittar.