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 on: February 19, 2020, 04:56:31 PM 
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Free “Disaster Preparedness” class at the Corbett Grange Hall on Monday 3/9, 6-8 PM. Multnomah County Emergency Management will be leading the class and discussion.  Deputy Graziano and members of the Citizen Patrol will be in attendance as well. The public is invited to attend.  If anyone has questions they can call or email me.


Thank you
Rocky
Joseph.graziano@mcso.us
Cell- 503-849-1206, M-TH

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 on: February 04, 2020, 04:26:19 AM 
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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".


The Corbett Crime Log has been in existence since 2008 when the Corbett Community Resource Officer position was created. The Crime Log only listed incidents in which a police report was written. The vast majority of "lesser" incidents, however, have never been listed. Beginning with this Crime Log, we'll now begin listing all of the incidents, excluding traffic stops (there were 79 traffic stops conducted in our area in January).   This will give a more accurate portrayal of all law enforcement related activity in the Corbett community.

An "incident" may list anything from a severe crime to a deputy getting "flagged down" regarding a loose horse on the roadway. Due to space constraints, some information such as the assigned deputy on the call and the column that indicated if a report was written are not included.
A serious assault incident occurred on Chamberlain Rd by an adult son to his elderly parents. The parents both sustained injuries requiring hospitalization. Deputies had arrived to arrest the resistive suspect just as he was trying to leave.

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

https://es-la.facebook.com/MultCo/videos/meet-mcsos-homeless-outreach-and-programs-engagement-hope-team/10160073649595514/
 
Please visit www.mcsocp.com to learn how to sign up for the new Integrated Public Alerts (IPAWS) warning system for cell phones.  The information is listed under 9/17/18. 


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


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.  

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 on: January 22, 2020, 04:36:09 PM 
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See below for info!


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 on: January 08, 2020, 02:44:58 AM 
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Message sent in to share with the community:


" We adopted a kitten 2 summers ago who was one of a litter from a feral mom-- the shelter had fostered the mom out to a friend who then homed the kittens. We expected Nimoy to adapt well to inner SE Portland life, but he hasn't, likely because of the sheer number of cats in our neighborhood. He's constantly on alert at home, which makes everyone (including him) stressed. We learned through his Par Kours behavior indoors that he's most at home outside, where he turns out to have prowess as a hunter. Given his hyper vigilance around neighborhood cats and his desire to be outdoors, we'd love to find him a home in the country, hopefully as a barn cat.

Nimoy is very curious and spunky-- he's befriended a tortoise and warily watches passing dogs, and he likes to walk to school on occasion with neighborhood children. When he's on high alert he can be frisky and is not a happy indoor cat. He also hates using the litter box and will ask to go out to do his business.

Please let him be your new friend! He has a microchip and is up to date on vaccines and vet visits as well as tick/flea treatments. He is a very healthy 11 1/2 # cat! "

Message here if interested:
wonderkitt@gmail.com

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 on: January 07, 2020, 03:50:18 PM 
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Make a difference! Check out these volunteer opportunities in the attached PDF!

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 on: January 07, 2020, 03:43:05 PM 
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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: January 01, 2020, 01:46:54 PM 
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Safety Meeting Notes - December 4, 2019
Provided by NEMCCA's Facebook Page
Link here: https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=2601631353261125&id=1464772610280344&__tn__=K-R

"
There will be NO meeting in January since it is New Year's Day. Happy New Year's to everyone.

Mt Hood Community College: Would like to answer any questions people have on the recent reports in the paper. The Board is looking at how to best budget without impacting the students too much. The plan to do a 50/50 split between increased costs or reductions in offering is considered to be too impactful. (Would increase costs of a credit hour by $12) They have hired an agency to help with recommendations and analyze costs, there will be a briefing at the public meeting tonight on the 174 page report.
At the December meeting the board will most likely vote to allow students currently in the affected programs to finish (no students will be pushed out) and to increase credit hour costs by $8.
On January 1, 2020 there will be a change in accreditation standards, focusing more on student success. It is expected that the public will see changes similar to this in other Community Colleges.

Multnomah County Sheriff's Office: Informed delivery is available through the USPS so you can track your mail. https://informeddelivery.usps.com/…/pages/intro/start.action

County Commissioner District #4: First Thursday of the month meeting will be Dec. 5th from 6-8pm at the Gresham City Hall. This is a slightly different format with 30 agencies providing information on their agencies and how to access services.

Columbia Grange: Crafts Fair on Sunday from 10-4. Come meet local artists and do your Christmas shopping.

Corbett Water District: Thank you for the turn out at the November 19, 2019 meeting. This will be the first one over the course of several years.

ODOT: Hazard tree removal being done along the Old Scenic Highway from Troutdale to Stark. Preparing for winter.
HCRH Advisory meeting on Dec 12th from 10-2 at the Fire Hall. Agenda will include the final five mile design on the trail, congestion and transit issues, what happened this year and what does 2020 look like.
Oneonta - still looking at the safety scaling. Permits are going along with the County and may start rehab in September 2020.
Tree shreds are gone at Ainsworth.
Reaching out to Travel Oregon and the larger tour operators regarding the proposed length restrictions.

NEMCCA: Noticed the survey crews have been on upper Stark marking the dead trees, thank you Multnomah County. Also, thank you for the brush clearing on Louden. There has been a second crash at the corner above Donahue, this is the second in two weeks. (Discussion: The County has not been de-icing upper Larch, the crews tend to stop at Brower, or during the last icing, stopped at Haines. While it is appreciated that they de-ice upper Larch during "snow events", its the unexpected ice at that corner that catches people unaware. Studs are not a solution, icing also happens outside of legal stud dates, and since its not the "locals" that are being injured you can't expect everyone who is traveling in the area to have studs. Saying the trees are the issue also doesn't address the issue since there are more trees above the corner and there isn't ice there. Cutting 2,000 to 3,000 trees to open the roads to sunshine wouldn't address the issue. Accidents have been happening on the corner before the trees grew to current height. It would also be appreciated if the roads were plowed on weekends and non-school days. Waiting until Monday to plow and letting the ice build up on the roads isn't helping.
There is a tour being planned with the Roads Department and the County Commissioner's office to spotlight some of the issues in Corbett.
Thank you to MCSO for attending the Deputies and Decorations on the 21st. It was a lot of fun.
ODOT, reminder about the grass and mud that is blocking the water flow off the road from Corbett to Stark. Winter is coming.
Multnomah County Transportation came to the November NEMCCA Board meeting to discuss the update on the Latourell Bridge replacement and seek input. Concerns over the tour bus weights and the look of the bridge were discussed. Kevin Cook from MultCo Land Use brought information on the 2020 Workshop for the Planning Commission.
There should be a new Land Use Planning Director by the end of the month.
Tree lighting will be held December 7 from 7-9.

Oregon Parks and Rec: Vista House will be open 9-4:30 Friday, Saturday and Sunday unless its too icy or windy.

Citizen's Patrol: Friday they will be assisting at the Troutdale Tree Lighting starting at 4pm. The will be at Fairview from 4-6 and Corbett from 7-9.

Historical Society: The building is almost enclosed.

Friends of Sandy River Delta: Thank you MCSO, Forest Service Rangers and C.P. for working the illegal parking issues. Encouraged that the fee parking will start in January.

Forest Service: Been busy at Multnomah Falls. Sandy River Delta fee implementation will begin in January. The Columbia Area Transit has started operating which should help with parking and congestion. https://www.ridecatbus.org/

"

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 on: December 17, 2019, 04:44:26 AM 
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See flier for details.

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 on: December 04, 2019, 09:09:22 AM 
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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: November 12, 2019, 04:44:46 AM 
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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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