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 on: September 14, 2017, 02:16:32 PM 
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See the crime report below attached in blue.

The Sheriff's Office Citizen Patrol volunteer unit  has a new website with information and photos about the program: www.mcsocp.com.
 
If you have problems opening the crime log, Adobe Reader may not be installed on your computer.  To download Adobe Reader go to: http://get.adobe.com/reader/  and click "download".


Corbett Community Resource Officer- Deputy Joe Graziano
Email- joseph.graziano@mcso.us       Cell: 503-849-1206, M-TH

Emergencies- 911

24-Hour Non-Emergency Dispatch - 503-823-3333

Corbett School Resource Officer- Deputy Rafael Cortada
Email- Rafael.cortada@mcso.us        School: 503-261-4200/ 4226



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 on: September 10, 2017, 07:20:30 AM 
Started by www.corbettoregon.com - Last post by www.corbettoregon.com
See attached below in blue for the situation report #7 for the Multnomah County EOC.

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 on: September 08, 2017, 11:33:44 AM 
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Multnomah County Sheriff's Office Information Below

The Multnomah County Sheriff's Office has issued evacuation notices for a number of communities affected by the Eagle Creek and Indian Creek fires.

This map shows which areas are under an evacuation order.
http://multco.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappviewer/index.html?id=d8d1be6dd17342d096ea2091b9882125

An evacuation shelter has been established at the Yoshida Event Center at Mt. Hood Community College, 3619 NE 17th Drive, Gresham. The Sheriff's Office is constantly assessing the status of the fire, and in coordination with fire officials, will determine when it is safe to start allowing residents to move back into certain locations. Deputies, Search and Rescue members, and Citizen Patrol volunteers collected contact information from residents as they were being evacuated from Level 3 areas. That information will be used to communicate to residents when evacuation levels have been downgraded or lifted.

Find out how you can get the latest information on the fire and on evacuations and plans for re-entry by visiting this link:


https://multco.us/multnomah-county/eagle-creek-fire-evacuation-and-re-entry-information-and-additional-resources



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 on: September 01, 2017, 09:25:39 PM 
Started by Oscar - Last post by Oscar
Cooling Center at Bridal Veil Community Church, 125 NE Lucas Road, Springdale. 1/2 mile north of the Historic Columbia River Highway.
Open Saturday-Wednesday, 9/2-9/5 during this heat wave. Rides are available.
Contact: Carnetta Boyd, Program Director & Trainer
Corbett CERT (Corbett Community Emergency Response Team)
Emergency & Disaster Preparedness
503-880-7658
CorbettCERT@gmail.com

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 on: September 01, 2017, 07:52:01 AM 
Started by www.corbettoregon.com - Last post by www.corbettoregon.com
Hello everyone. Just the usual reminder that September's meeting is Wednesday, the 6th, 9:30am at the Corbett Fire Hall. Hope to see you there.
Have a safe & fun Labor Day weekend, despite the heat.


These meetings provide for an exchange of information by community members (and the groups they're involved in) with agencies of the state and county that affect our everyday life in east Multnomah County.

Questions? Email David Mysinger at : bullinthegorge@yahoo.com.

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 on: August 25, 2017, 02:39:54 PM 
Started by Menucha Retreat - Last post by Menucha Retreat
Live music at the Corbett Grange Hall! Four internationally known blues guitarists here as instructors at Menucha Retreat & Conference Center's Blues in the Gorge, Oregon's Premier Acoustic Blues Guitar Camp, will put on a concert that will blow you away!

* GUY DAVIS - Film, TV, and Broadway Bluesman
* MARY FLOWER - Award-winning finger picker
* ORVILLE JOHNSON - Multi-instrumentalist sensation
* VALERIE TURNER - Piedmont blues virtuoso
More about the performers at https://menucha.org/programs/blues.

TICKETS: Advance tickets are $15 at https://menucha.org/tickets. Tickets at door are $20.

DATE/TIME: Sunday, October 1 at 7 pm (doors at 6:00 pm)

PLACE: Corbett Grange Hall (Columbia Grange #267), 37493 NE Grange Hall Rd, Corbett, OR 97019

QUESTIONS? Call Lori Nance or Lauren Deming at 503-695-2243

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 on: August 17, 2017, 02:08:37 PM 
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Here in the Columbia River Gorge, the solar eclipse is expected to reach 99% obscuration. The partial eclipse will begin at approximately 9:07AM before gradually peaking at 10:20AM. We recommend pulling off the road 30-60 minutes before the eclipse so you are not in the path of distracted drivers, or being off the road altogether if possible. #knowbeforeyougo
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 on: August 12, 2017, 12:12:30 PM 
Started by www.corbettoregon.com - Last post by www.corbettoregon.com
This is a board/place for folks to share information/resources on the different issues that may present for neighbors with the increase of marijuana grows in the area. To add a thread for a particular grow - just select "new topic" and maybe give a street name. Thank you.


GENERATOR OR FAN NOISE

The county noise ordinance:
(refer to 15.268-)
https://multco.us/file/8277/download

* From Rocky (Deputy Graziano): The OLCC (oversees the pot grows) has said their office does not enforce this particular issue (noise). There's some unclear language pertaining to this and it seems there's an exception (section F) for "sounds caused by...agricultural...organizations during their normal operations."  Deputy Graziano has emailed our East County District Attorney to ask for her interpretation of this...mainly, is a grow op considered an "agricultural organization" that would make it exempt? Hopefully, this will all get resolved via Land Use however.

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 on: August 12, 2017, 12:09:14 PM 
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Noise

Current noise levels from the generators seem to have subsided.
For the record: The noise began around 7/26/2017 and was 24-7. As of about noon on 8/11/2017 this appears to have been mitigated.

The county noise ordinance
(refer to 15.268-)
https://multco.us/file/8277/download

* From Rocky (Deputy Graziano):
The OLCC (oversees the pot grows) has said their office does not enforce this particular issue (noise). There's some unclear language pertaining to this and it seems there's an exception (section F) for "sounds caused by...agricultural...organizations during their normal operations."  Deputy Graziano has emailed our East County District Attorney to ask for her interpretation of this...mainly, is a grow op considered an "agricultural organization" that would make it exempt? Hopefully, this will all get resolved via Land Use however.



Contact information for Lucas

Property Owner:
Jeff Froug
954-482-1281
*  His phone# is on a laminated paper at their driveway gate.

Site Construction Manager:
Barry Brautman
1-913-742-0399
* He gave permission to share this information.


Mindy Schmidt's email:
mindy@mindyschmidt.com or admin@corbettoregon.com

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 on: August 07, 2017, 04:29:13 PM 
Started by demblee - Last post by demblee
Multnomah District Garden Clubs is offering specially selected showy bulbs for sale as a fundraiser. The District is comprised of local clubs that support education in the areas of home gardening, landscaping and horticulture, while promoting interest in conservation of natural resources and the beautification of our communities. See attached for descriptions and pricing.  For more information and orders, contact Debby Simone, Columbian Garden Club President: 503-695-2658.

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