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Monday, Feb. 4

Residential Permit Parking Group. Neighborhood associations make presentation on residential parking permits to the Department of Transportation. St. Francis College Auditorium (180 Remsen St., between Court and Clinton streets in Brooklyn Heights), 7 pm. Call (718) 875-5200 for info.

Tuesday, Feb. 5

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

Thursday, Feb. 7

Fort Greene Food Co-op planning meeting. Lafayette Avenue Presbyterian Church (85 S. Oxford St., at Lafayette Avenue in Fort Greene), 6 pm. Visit www. fortgreenecoop.wordpress.com for info.

Friends of Carroll Park. Monthly meeting. The park house (Smith Street between President and Carroll streets), 7:30 pm. For information, e-mail friendsofcarrollpark@yahoo.com.

Updated 4:01 pm, November 10, 2010
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Reasonable discourse

Terry from near Lutheran medical Center & nearby neighborhoods says:
Health Fair For
Colostomates, Ileostomates & Urostamates
March 17, 2008 at Lutheran Medical Center. 3 East Main Conference Room, 6:30 to 9:30 P. M.
Representatives from Convatec, Byram Healthcare, Hollister, Metropolitan Jewish Home Car, Visiting Nurses Services of N. Y., more. Refreshments served. Reservations by March 1. Also ask about our support group meetings. Call Terry 718.356.7505 or e-mail ttalessi@aol.com
Feb. 1, 2008, 2:24 pm
Kathryn Zarczynski from Ft Greene says:
The food coop meeting on 2/7 at Lafayette Church starts at 7 pm, not 6 pm as stated here.

Please correct asap . Thanks for the civic listing!
Feb. 5, 2008, 4:21 pm

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