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Monday, Sept. 10

94th Precinct Community Council. Monthly meeting, North Fork Bank (807 Manhattan Ave., at Calyer St). Call (718) 383-5298 for information.

90th Precinct Community Council. Extra meeting for those who cannot make the regular meeting on Sept. 12. 90th Precinct stationhouse (211 Union Ave., between Broadway and Montrose Street). Call (718) 963-5309 for information.

Community Board 10, zoning and land-use committee. CB10 offices (621 86th St., between Fort Hamilton Parkway and Gatling Place), 7 pm. On the agenda: Hunter’s steakhouse wants an outdoor cafe and a developer at 9917 Shore Rd. wants a 421-a tax exemption.

Community Board 7 buildings and construction sub-committee. CB7 offices (4201 Fourth Ave., at 43rd Street), 6:30 pm. Call (718) 854-0003 for information.

Community Board 1. Full board meeting. 211 Ainslie St., (at Manhattan Avenue), 6:30 pm. Call (718) 389-0009 for information.

Tuesday, Sept. 11

Community Board 6. Full board meeting. Long Island College Hospital (339 Hicks St., between Atlantic Avenue and Pacific Street), 6:30 pm. Call (718) 643-3027 for information.

72nd Precinct Community Council. Monthly meeting. Mariem Heim Center (4520 Fourth Ave., at 45th Street), 7:30 pm. Call (718) 965-6311 for information.

76th Precinct Community Council. Monthly meeting. 76th Precinct stationhouse (191 Union St., between Henry and Hicks streets), 7:30 pm. Call (718) 834-3211 for information.

Wednesday, Sept. 12

90th Precinct Community Council. Regular monthly meeting. 30 Montrose Ave. (between Union Avenue and Lorimer Street), 7:30 pm. Call (718) 963-5309 for information.

Updated 4:00 pm, November 10, 2010
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