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Sunday, Nov. 4

Central Brooklyn Independent Democrats. Town Hall meeting about the war in Iraq. Old First Reformed Church (729 Carroll St., at Seventh Avenue in Park Slope), 5:30 pm. Call (718) 504-2197 or visit for info.

Monday, Nov. 5

Metropolitan Transportation Authority. Public hearing about a possible fare hike. Brooklyn Marriott (333 Adams St., between Willoughby and Tech Place, in Downtown), 6 pm. Call (212) 878-7483 or visit for info.

Community Board 10. Traffic and Transportation Comittee. Board offices (621 86th St. at Fort Hamilton Parkway in Bay Ridge), 7 pm. Call (718) 745-6827 for info.

Tuesday, Nov. 6

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 info.

Wednesday, Nov. 7

Community Board 2. Health, Environment and Social Services Committee. Brooklyn Hospital (121 DeKalb Ave., at Felix Street, in Fort Greene), 6 pm. Call (718) 596-5410 for info.

Thursday, Nov. 8

Community Board 1. Public Safety Committee. Board office (435 Graham Ave., at Frost Street), 6:30 pm. Call (718) 389-0009 for info.

Concerned Citizens of Bensonhurst. St. Finbar’s Roman Catholic Church (138 Bay 20th St., at Bath Avenue, In Bensonhurst), 7:30 pm. Call (718) 688-0097 for info.

Updated 4:00 pm, November 10, 2010
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