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 on: November 12, 2019, 04:44:46 AM 
Started by www.corbettoregon.com - Last post by www.corbettoregon.com
Northeast Multnomah County Community Association posted this on 11/11/2019 on Facebook:

This year on December 7, 2019 we will be hosting the Community Tree Lighting and Bonfire once again!

Last year we only had lights on the tree and it was suggested we do ornaments this year. That is where You come in! On November 21st we will be making paper mache decorations with our MCSO Deputies. There will be some balloons where you can start the first layer and take it home to bring back on the 7th. There will be some balloons that have a couple of layers on so you can paint them at the Fire Hall, or take them home to paint and decorate. Some will already be painted so you can do final decorations before you leave. So many options!
(Glutten free mix will be available.)

The tree lighting and bonfire will once again start at 7pm, and we are asking that those who create a decoration come 30 minutes early so we can place the ornament on the tree. (If you can't make the Deputies and Decorations event, but want to do one at home, please do!)

We look forward to seeing everyone at the Corbett Fire Hall on November 21st from 3:30 to 5:00 to help us decorate the Community tree!

Link to NEMCCA's Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/Northeast-Multnomah-County-Community-Association-1464772610280344/

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 on: November 12, 2019, 04:43:40 AM 
Started by www.corbettoregon.com - Last post by www.corbettoregon.com
Northeast Multnomah County Community Association posted this on 11/11/2019 on Facebook:

This year on December 7, 2019 we will be hosting the Community Tree Lighting and Bonfire once again!

Last year we only had lights on the tree and it was suggested we do ornaments this year. That is where You come in! On November 21st we will be making paper mache decorations with our MCSO Deputies. There will be some balloons where you can start the first layer and take it home to bring back on the 7th. There will be some balloons that have a couple of layers on so you can paint them at the Fire Hall, or take them home to paint and decorate. Some will already be painted so you can do final decorations before you leave. So many options!
(Glutten free mix will be available.)

The tree lighting and bonfire will once again start at 7pm, and we are asking that those who create a decoration come 30 minutes early so we can place the ornament on the tree. (If you can't make the Deputies and Decorations event, but want to do one at home, please do!)

We look forward to seeing everyone at the Corbett Fire Hall on November 21st from 3:30 to 5:00 to help us decorate the Community tree!

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 on: November 07, 2019, 08:33:37 AM 
Started by www.corbettoregon.com - Last post by www.corbettoregon.com
See the pdf below for the flyer!

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 on: November 05, 2019, 03:41:57 PM 
Started by www.corbettoregon.com - Last post by www.corbettoregon.com


See the crime reports below attached in blue

* 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 Joe Kaiser
 Email- Joe.kaiser@mcso.us               School: 503-261-4200/ 4226

Corbett Community Website:  www.corbettoregon.com

The Sheriff's Office Homeless Outreach and Programs Engagement Team (HOPE) contact is: hope@mcso.us or 503-988-0386.  Here are some links to information about the HOPE Team: https://www.mcso.us/site/hope.php

Video:

https://es-la.facebook.com/MultCo/videos/meet-mcsos-homeless-outreach-and-programs-engagement-hope-team/10160073649595514/
 

Citizen Patrol Volunteer Program:
Citizen Patrol volunteers patrol the Columbia River Gorge and the Corbett community.  They work with a partner and act as extra "eyes and ears" for deputies.  Citizen Patrollers also provide support during community events, disasters and other emergencies.   Visit www.mcsocp.com for further information.  

Please visit www.mcsocp.com to learn how to sign up for the new Integrated Public Alerts (IPAWS) warning system for cell phones.  

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 on: October 12, 2019, 09:48:24 AM 
Started by www.corbettoregon.com - Last post by www.corbettoregon.com
To those affected by airplane noise over Corbett:

I asked the PDX Noise Office to generate two maps showing all east-flow departures between 5:30AM and 7:30 AM (the heaviest morning departure traffic, and historically of major concern for Corbett residents):
the first shows departure tracks on 10/03/19, the second on 10/03/18, exactly one year earlier.

If I line up the maps to compare tracks I notice that:

1. Departure tracks have NOT moved further east, or intruded any further into the greater Corbett area since the announcement that satellite beacon-guided flight paths will replace ground-based guidance

2. The width of all east flow departure tracks to destinations north and east has narrowed in 2019, starting with at the Sandy River and fully aligning at Reed Island, but again departures have not moved further east as a consequence of tracks tightening

I will soon request similar year-to-year comparison maps for west-flow arrival tracks over Corbett, to see whether so far there is a noticeable change affecting Corbett residents' exposure to airplane noise.

Best,
Klaus Heyne

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 on: October 07, 2019, 05:59:11 AM 
Started by www.corbettoregon.com - Last post by www.corbettoregon.com


See the crime reports below attached in blue

* 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 Joe Kaiser
 Email- Joe.kaiser@mcso.us               School: 503-261-4200/ 4226

Corbett Community Website:  www.corbettoregon.com

The Sheriff's Office Homeless Outreach and Programs Engagement Team (HOPE) contact is: hope@mcso.us or 503-988-0386.  Here are some links to information about the HOPE Team: https://www.mcso.us/site/hope.php

Video:

https://es-la.facebook.com/MultCo/videos/meet-mcsos-homeless-outreach-and-programs-engagement-hope-team/10160073649595514/
 

Citizen Patrol Volunteer Program:
Citizen Patrol volunteers patrol the Columbia River Gorge and the Corbett community.  They work with a partner and act as extra "eyes and ears" for deputies.  Citizen Patrollers also provide support during community events, disasters and other emergencies.   Visit www.mcsocp.com for further information.  

Please visit www.mcsocp.com to learn how to sign up for the new Integrated Public Alerts (IPAWS) warning system for cell phones.  

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 on: October 07, 2019, 05:56:01 AM 
Started by Holly - Last post by www.corbettoregon.com
Welcome (early) to Corbett.

If you haven't already - you might want to join the group "CORBETT AREA" on Facebook. This group allows for a bit more back and forth than this forum. I don't personally know about horse boarding - but that does not mean it is not available. The group is closed -  but the admins will approve you once you explain.


Thanks!

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 on: October 04, 2019, 04:38:57 AM 
Started by Holly - Last post by Holly
Hi, am excited to be moving to the area in a few months. We are a family of 4 (2 children 7 and 10)

Currently looking for a house in the area still... eeek.
Also need to find stabling for four horses. Any suggestions where to look?

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 on: September 25, 2019, 12:17:42 PM 
Started by www.corbettoregon.com - Last post by www.corbettoregon.com
Corbett Fire District: Welcome to our 70th birthday party!

​October 12, 2019 the Fire District will celebrate 70 years of being an officially organized tax supported fire district. The “party” will be held at the Corbett Fire Station, 36930 East Historic Columbia River Hwy., and will be from 12:00 PM until 3:00 PM.

At noon chili (Fire Chief’s special), hot dogs, and hamburgers will be served.
​At 1:00 PM the annual Heini Ziegler award will be presented to a citizen of the Corbett Community who has done outstanding volunteer work. Heini Ziegler was a past Corbett Fire Department Chief in the 1960s and 1970s, as well as an original founding member in 1949.

​At 1:30 PM we will have a “wet down” ceremony for the new water tender. A “wet down” ceremony dates back to the 1800s when members of the community, primarily children, welcome the new apparatus by washing the new water tender and pushing it into the station. Air horns will be sounded and the water tender will be “officially” placed into service.
​Additionally, address signs will be available for a cost of $15.00. The Fire Department will order and install the signs.

​The day will end with a birthday cake being served at 2:00 PM.

​During the days of Oct. 8, 9, and 10th the Corbett firefighters will be in the grade school classrooms discussing home fire safety. Additionally, the children will get to visit and sit in a fire department apparatus.

Contact: Chief Dave Flood 503 803 5244 ...http://www.corbettfire.com

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 on: September 20, 2019, 08:16:26 AM 
Started by columbia grange - Last post by columbia grange
Please join us for our 2nd recycling event.  Green Century Recycling will take anything with metal - please read the poster for things they won't take.  Also - we're not going to ReStore this time - so NO used household items please.

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