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Coyote Alert

July 27th, 2014 · No Comments

The Brooklyn Helpline has recently received calls regarding coyote sighting in our neighborhood. Two were last reported on July 26th on SE 14th and Rhone walking down the street. While it may be a bit disconcerting having wild animals roaming our streets, the following information is made available from the Humane Society. Both coyotes and […]

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Latest neighborhood newsletter is available

October 26th, 2013 · No Comments

 Read the latest edition of  BrookNews for Nov 2013

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More flat tires in Brooklyn

September 18th, 2013 · No Comments

We have received the following information from a crime data specialist at the Portland Police …. I spent two hours today going through the Brooklyn neighborhood where the tire punctures have been occurring.  There were several new cases we found as we canvases the area.  So you know the tire punctures continue.  Encourage your neighbors […]

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Flat tires in Brooklyn

September 6th, 2013 · No Comments

If you ever came out in the morning to this scene,  you know how frustrating it could be. TV Channel 6 News had an article in their evening news on Thursday 9/5  about the occurrences of this in the Portland area. Unfortunately the report was based on incomplete information. With all the incidents happening in […]

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BAC Board Meeting

October 8th, 2009 · No Comments

Title: BAC Board MeetingLocation: Thelma Skelton Loaves and Fishes Center at the corner of SE Milwaukie Avenue and Center StreetDescription: BAC Board Mtg-Public WelcomeStart Time: 6:30Date: Oct 14, 2009End Time: 8:30

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