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Tuesday, Oct. 14

Community Board 10. Zoning and land-use committee. Board office (621 86th St. between Fort Hamilton Parkway and Gatling Place in Bay Ridge), 7:30 pm. For info call (718) 745-6827.

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

Wednesday, Oct. 15

Community Board 7. Full board meeting. Board office (4201 Fourth Ave., at 43rd Street), 6:30 pm. For info, call (718) 854-0003.

Town Hall meeting about neighborhood safety. Featuring the 88th Precinct, the district attorney’s office and Councilwoman Letitia James. Bishop Loughlin HS (357 Clermont Ave., between Greene and Lafayette avenues in Fort Greene), 7 pm. Call (718) 260-9191 for info.

Traffic in Prospect Park and Park Slope. A public forum. Community Bookstore (143 Seventh Ave. between Carroll Street and Garfield Place in Park Slope), 7 pm. For info call (718) 783-3075.

Community Education Council 20. Montly meeting. PS 200 (1940 Benson Ave., between 19th and 20th avenues in Bensonhurst), 7 pm.

Saturday, Oct. 18

Co-housing orientation. Learn about building a “co-housing community” of private apartments clustered around communal spaces. Park Slope Food Co-op (782 Union St., between Sixth and Seventh avenues in Park Slope), 10 am. Call (212) 229-9392 for info.

Updated 5:09 pm, July 9, 2018
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