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Latino Advisory Council Moves Into The Community

February 14, 2006 00:00

  

LATINO ADVISORY COUNCIL MOVES INTO THE COMMUNITY

On Wednesday, February 15, 2006 at 6:00 pm, the Latino Advisory Council will host an advisory committee meeting at Roosevelt High School, 6941 North Central Street. Following a planning session with co-chairs, Sean Cruz and Ron Macias and Assistant Chief Dorothy Elmore, police liaison to the council, members agreed to rotate the meeting locations to open up more opportunities for community members to attend.

“This change achieves our goal of making our meetings more accessible to the community” said Assistant Chief Dorothy Elmore. “It is important to me that as an advisory committee, we are responsive, responsible, and meeting the needs of the community.”

The advisory council meetings are held on the third Wednesday of each month from 6:00 to 7:30 pm at the following schools:

February 15, 2006 at Roosevelt High School, 6941 North Central Street March 15, 2006 at Parkrose High School, 12003 Northeast Shaver Street April 19, 2006 at Cleveland High School, 5405 Southeast Woodward Street May 17, 2006 at Fir Ridge, 11215 Southeast Market Street June 21, 2006 at Jefferson High School, 5210 North Kerby Avenue

For more information on the Latino Advisory Council and its activities, please visit the Portland Police Bureau’s website at www.portlandpolicebureau.com.

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