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Monday, Oct. 27

Bensonhurst West End Community Council. On the agenda: mail delivery. Seth Low IS 96 (9 Avenue P at West 11th Street in Bensonhurst), 8 pm. Call (718) 946-6667 for info.

Community Board 6 Executive and Housing & Human Services committees. On the agenda: Presentation about cutbacks at Long Island College Hospital. LICH (339 Hicks St., near the corner of Atlantic Avenue in Cobble Hill), 6:30 pm. Call (718) 643-3027 for info.

Tuesday, October 28

Debate night. Democrat Daniel Squadron vs. Republican John Chromczak, candidates for a Brooklyn Heights state Senate seat. St. Francis College Auditorium (180 Remsen St., between Court and Clinton streets in Brooklyn Heights), 8 pm. For info, visit www.brooklynheightsblog.com.

78th Precinct Community Council. Monthly meeting. 78th Precinct stationhouse (65 Sixth Ave., at Bergen Street in Prospect Heights), 7:30 pm. Call (718) 636-6410.

Thursday, Oct. 30

Community Board 6 Landmarks and Land Use committee. Monthly meeting: On the agenda: The city’s redevelopment of the “Public Place” site near Fifth and Smith streets. PS 58 (330 Smith St., between Carroll and First streets in Carroll Gardens), 6:30 pm. Call (718) 643-3027 for info.

Posted 5:07 pm, October 23, 2008
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