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Monday, June 18

Community Board 10. Full board. Shore Hill community room (9000 Shore Rd., at 91st Street), 7:15 pm. Call (718) 745-6827.

Community Board 2 Parks and Recreation Committee. Brooklyn Hospital (DeKalb Avenue at St. Felix Street), 6 pm. Call (718) 596-5410.

Tuesday, June 19

84th Precinct Community Council. 250 Cadman Plaza West (between Pierrepont and Clark streets), 7 pm. Call (718) 875-6811.

88th Precinct Community Council. 85 South Oxford St. (between Lafayette and Greene avenues), 7:30 pm. Call (718) 636-6511.

68th Precinct Community Council. 68th precinct stationhouse (333 65th St., between Third and Fourth avenues), 7:30 pm. Call (718) 439-4220.

62nd Precinct Community Council. 62nd precinct stationhouse (1925 Bath Ave., at Bay 22nd Street), 7 pm. Call (718) 236-2501.

Fifth Avenue BID Steering Committee and Park Slope Fifth Avenue Merchants Association weekly meeting. Call (718) 871-8340 for meeting time and location.

Community Board 2 Transportation and Public Safety Committee. St. Francis College (180 Remsen St., bet. Joralemon and Clinton streets), 6 pm. Call (718) 596-5410.

Wednesday, June 20

Community Board 2 Land Use Committee meeting. Cadman Memorial Church (350 Clinton Ave., at Lafayette Avenue), 6 pm. Call (718) 596-5410.

Thursday, June 21

Livable Streets in Brooklyn: A plan for Grand Army plaza is presented. Brooklyn Public Library central branch (at Grand Army Plaza), reception at 6:30 pm, presentation 7–8 pm. RSVP to

Saturday, June 23rd

Stoopendous! All of Park Slope will be one long stoop sale all day. Plus Carlton Avenue — from Park Place to Pacific Street — will also feature sales and bargains from 10am – 4pm.

Updated 4:00 pm, November 10, 2010
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