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National Night Out, Duvall Field, August 7, 2018

More than 16,000 communities across the country will host National Night Out events on Tuesday, Aug. 7, hoping to promote involvement in crime prevention activities, police-community partnerships, neighborhood friendship and send a message to criminals letting them know that their neighborhoods are organized and are fighting back. In North College Park, National Night Out will take place at the all-new Duvall Field plaza (9200 Rhode Island Ave, College Park) at 7 pm- 8:30 pm. Please come out and spread the word! Thank you!

Back to School Backpack Bash

Mark your calendars for the the Fifth Annual Greivis Vasquez Foundation’s Back to School Backpack Bash!

Saturday, August 25th from 10am to 2pm
College Park Community Center (5051 Pierce Ave)

Get free school supplies, backpacks and have a blast with all the games, activities, bounce houses, haircuts, food and more!!

Tomorrow at the Hollywood Farmers Market: Buy Local Challenge Ending Soon..

The Buy Local Challenge will be finishing this weekend. Hope you’ve been successful in the challenge.

Sunday, August 5th starts the National Farmers Market week. We’ll be handing out I love Farmers Market Tattoos. If you want to participate in the National Farmers Market Coalition Instagram contest please check out the directions here (https://farmersmarketcoalition.org/national-farmers-market-week/instagram-contest/) .
Check out the bottom of the newsletter for more info in regards to the benefit of shopping at a farmers market.

The Animal Welfare Committee will be here this weekend for free microchipping for all College Park resident’s pets. A $20.00 fee for non College Park residents. If you have not had your pet microchipped, please consider doing so. This system has helped reunite animals to their owners.

This weekend, Jazz Harpist, Patrice Fisher and her student Karla Williams will preform at noon. Check out Patrice’s YouTube page: www.youtube.com/ecoslatinos

Yoga Heights DC will return this week and are at the market around 10:30 am. It’s a perfect way to start the day!
If you would like to contact our group of instructors please email yoga.hollywoodmarket@gmail.com or visit their website http://yogaheightsdc.com/

The University of Maryland Dairy is eager to become a vendor for the market and they are working on a safe way of transporting their ice cream cart from campus to our market. As soon as they can do this they will be at our market. Mel’s Munchies will have Vanilla Bean ice cream in containers.

Calvert Farm’s selection for this week looks amazing! We are loving all the summer fruits and veggies!
freshly ground nut butters – cashew, almond , peanut and honey roasted peanut
cantaloupe
peaches
carrots w/ tops
beets
new red potatoes
simply delicious creamy patty pan squash
yellow squash
maybe some zucchini
tomatoes – red & green
cucumbers
green bell peppers
sweet corn ( no gmo)
fresh cut herbs
beautiful flower bouquets
duck eggs
chicken eggs
beans – green , yellow, roma, purple
maybe some kale & chard – see if the weather holds – they do not like hot weather
mushrooms – crimini & portabella – we will bring the whites back later in the fall
onions
variety bag
cows milk cheese from pastured cows
sheep’s milk cheese – camembert style

Upcoming weeks:
Local resident, Carol Macknis, will be at the market on August 5th representing the College Park Aviation Museum. August 12th marks the 100th anniversary of the first airmail delivery by the U.S. Postal Office Service between Washington, DC and New York. The flight originated from the College Park Airport. The museum will be hosting a three day event from August 10-12th. Ms. Macknis will have information regarding the event.

Returning (tentatively) vendors for this week include:
Alcoba Coffee: Guatemalan coffee by the pound and by the cup
A Little Pottery: Handmade pottery
Amity Kitchen: Thai food, Spring Rolls and Mango Sticky Rice
Baker Charley: Gluten free bread and baked goods
Bears, Books and Things: Homemade stuffed animals
Blessed Creations: Soaps and oils
Calvert Farm: Produce and fruits
Designed Naturally: Natural bead jewelry
Double Sharp: Local Musicians
Inge’s Crochet: Hand made crochet items
Mel’s Munchies: Sweets and ice cream
Roy and Arti’s Kitchen and Garden: Prepared Indonesian cuisine and vegetables
Stone Hearth Bakery: Fresh baked bread from Fredrick, MD.
Valencia’s Produce: Produce and flowers
Victory Chapel Family Farms: Local Honey
Waltz Family Farm: Meat, eggs and cheeses

These vendors will be returning at a later date:
College Park Hypnosis Center: Making positive changes easier
Elated Harmony: Massage
Heavenly Created Desserts: Hot dogs and desserts
Moonstruck Oyster Company: Shelled Oysters, Shucked Oysters, Cookbooks, etc. will return in September
Terrapin Care Center: Chiropractic Care
The Wood Dr.: Handmade wooden items
The Baked Apple: Apple muffins and breads
University of Maryland Dairy: Freshly made ice cream
VizingaWoodworks: Handcrafted jewelry and accessories

Other News:
Calvert Farm is looking for someone in the local area to help sell their produce. Farmer Pam has someone to drive the truck from Rising Sun but needs an additional hand to meet the staff member around 8am to help set up, sell and then take down at the end of the day. If you or someone you know who is trustworthy and a hard worker would like to fill that spot please contact farmer@calvertfarm.com.

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Alert: Publishers Clearing House SCAM

The following is an article written by an FTC rep warning that this is an active scam effort. BEWARE!! (Courtesy of Councilmember Monroe Dennis)

by Lisa Lake
Consumer Education Specialist, FTC

Most of us have seen those ads with Publishers Clearing House knocking on someone’s door with balloons and a big check for millions. It’s a life-changing moment marked by joyous tears. Dreams are about to come true.

But the FTC wants to be sure your tears are not sad ones and the dream doesn’t wind up being a nightmare, because scammers are pretending to be Publishers Clearing House and tricking people into sending them money.

Publishers Clearing House and the FTC have both gotten many reports about scammers using the Publishers Clearing House name to deceive people. Scammers call, claiming you’ve won the sweepstakes – but, to collect your prize, you need to send money to pay for so-called fees and taxes.

Paying to collect a prize is a scam. Every time. And scammers like to ask you to send money by Western Union or MoneyGram, or by getting a prepaid card or gift card. Why? Because it’s nearly impossible to trace that money – and you’ll almost never get your money back.

If you think you’ve won a prize, here are a few things to know:

Publishers Clearing House will never ask you to pay a fee to collect a prize. In fact, no legit prize promoter will ever charge you to win.
If anyone calls asking you to pay for a prize, hang up and report it to the FTC.
Never send money to collect a prize. It’s a scam.
And here’s another insider tip: Publisher’s Clearing House doesn’t call ahead to say you’ve won.

Did you send money to a prize scammer, or know someone who has? Report the loss immediately to the company you paid through (Western Union, MoneyGram, the prepaid or gift card company). And then tell the FTC. And, if you wired money to a scammer via Western Union between January 1, 2004 and January 19, 2017, you might be eligible for a refund. Learn more.

Check out Publishers Clearing House’s fraud protection page, and learn more from the FTC about prize scams.

Council Opposes Storage Facility Plan on Route 1

At last week’s City Council meeting, the City Council opposed the Detailed Site Plan (DSP) to build a storage facility on Route 1 in north College Park. Several residents spoke at the meeting opposing the plan. We also got several emails from residents, all opposing the plan. MD Delegate Joseline Pena-Melnik also sent a letter to the Mayor and Council with her opposition. In the end, the Council voted to oppose the plan (5-2, Councilmembers Day and Kennedy supporting). Please see the letter the City sent to the Planning Board with City’s position.

Interest Free Loan for First time New Home Buyers

The County has recently introduced  Purchase Assistance Program (PGCPAP) providing home purchase assistance to eligible, first-time home buyers to purchase residential properties in the County.  Home purchase assistance includes down payment, mortgage principal reduction and/or closing costs.

Single family dwelling units, townhouses, and condominiums are eligible for assistance. Eligible properties include resale, foreclosures, short sales, and new construction.

The maximum loan amount is $15,000.00, with a purchase price limit: $462,000 (resale or new construction). Loan terms include 0% interest, deferred payment. Purchaser must pay back the loan in full when the home is sold, transferred or ceases to be the primary residence of the buyer(s) regardless of the length of residency.

If the buyer a police officer, a deputy sheriff, a classroom teacher, a firefighter, an emergency medical technician . or a nurse, they may be eligible for an additional $5,000 based on their need. This would bring the total loan amount to $20,000.

More about the application eligibility can be found here: https://www.princegeorgescountymd.gov/2965/Purchase-Assistance-Program-PGCPAP. The application related documents for new homebuyers can be found here: https://www.princegeorgescountymd.gov/2966/First-Time-Homebuyer-Documents

Additionally, the City of College Park provides $5,000 grant for new homeowners in the city. More on the program can be found here: http://www.collegeparkmd.gov/government/planning/homeownership_grant_program.php

The College Park City University Partnership also provides $15,000 to the UMD staff towards the down payment or closing cost assistance for a home purchased anywhere in College Park. More here: https://www.collegeparkmd.gov/Planning/CPCUP_Home_ownership_program___guidelines_and_application.pdf

Please spread the word!

Free Pet Microchip Clinics

City of College Park Animal Control, in cooperation with the City’s Animal Welfare Committee, will be offering two free microchip clinics for City residents’ pets at the Hollywood Farmers Market on Saturday, July 28

Microchipping is a quick and pretty painless procedure that can help return pets to their families if lost. We encourage residents to bring their furry family members to participate in this free program!

Owners must have dogs properly leashed and cats and ferrets must be restrained in a carrier or on a leash. Proof of College Park residency is required.

Non-residents are welcome to take advantage of the clinic with a low cost microchip for only $20 each.

Next Week’s Four Cities Meeting: 202 Census, Ugly Pepco Poles, Branchville Staffing, and More..

Wednesday, July 25, 2018

Berwyn Heights Town Center – 2nd Floor

8613 57th Avenue

7:30 p.m.

AGENDA

1. Presentations:

· US 2020 Census

· County Council legislative update (Zoning matters, Airbnb legislation)

2. Berwyn Heights:

· Urban Land Institute Technical Assistance Panel (ULI-TAP) Outcomes

· Education Advisory Councils cooperation

· M-NCPPC capital improvement process

3. College Park:

* Discussion of legislation (and possible support for an MML LAR which is due on July 27) for legislation that would prohibit utilities such as Comcast from leaving loops of cable at the top of neighborhood utility poles (our short title for this is “ugly Pepco poles”)

* Discussion with new leadership at the Branchville Fire Department about the loss of career staffing at Branchville. It was pointed out by Mayor Wojahn that this has been a Four Cities discussion topic in the past, but there is new leadership at Branchville that would like to address the group if agreed to by the Four Cities. Let us know and we will extend the invitation.

4. New Carrollton:

* DPIE Permitting within municipalities

Tomorrow at the Hollywood Farmers Market

Are you ready for a challenge? For one week can you eat one thing from a Maryland farm each day? If so, sign up for the Maryland Buy Local Challenge (https://www.buylocalchallenge.com/) .
Want another reason to buy local? Try this:
You’re supporting independent/family farms and strengthening the local economy. Buying local food keeps your dollars circulating in your own community. When you buy local, you help to ensure that the benefits of our farms survive for many years to come. In Maryland, if every household purchased just $12 worth of farm products for eight weeks (basically the summer season), over $200 million would be put back into the pockets of our local farmers.
https://www.buylocalchallenge.com/about

When you have a moment check out the Buy Local website. You can learn about a contest for a Buy Local T-shirt and other great prizes.

Calvert Farm’s selection for this week looks amazing!
freshly ground nut butters – cashew, almond , peanut and honey roasted peanut
cantaloupe
peaches
carrots w/ tops
beets
new red potatoes
simply delicious creamy patty pan squash
yellow squash
maybe some zucchini
tomatoes – red & green
cucumbers
green bell peppers
sweet corn ( no gmo)
fresh cut herbs
beautiful flower bouquets
duck eggs
chicken eggs
beans – green , yellow, roma, purple
maybe some kale & chard – see if the weather holds – they do not like hot weather
mushrooms – crimini & portabella – we will bring the whites back later in the fall
onions
variety bag
cows milk cheese from pastured cows
sheep’s milk cheese – camembert style

Yoga Heights DC will return this week and are at the market around 10:30 am. It’s a perfect way to start the day!
If you would like to contact our group of instructors please email yoga.hollywoodmarket@gmail.com or visit their website http://yogaheightsdc.com/

The University of Maryland Dairy is eager to become a vendor for the market and they are working on a safe way of transporting their ice cream cart from campus to our market. As soon as they can do this they will be at our market. Mel’s Munchies will have Vanilla Bean ice cream in containers.

Mary-eL will be back this week with Double Sharp. “Coming with a siren’s voice and wielding a soulful guitar, Mary-eL brings a blend of original music steeped in the sounds of rock, r&b, soul and funk. It is sure to be a night full of searing rhythms and cutting leads as the sexy, sultry Polynesian phoenix lights up the stage!” – M.Joyce
Mary-eL is a singer-songwriter and guitarist from Virginia by way of Indianapolis who’s injecting edgy rock and soul into the DMV music scene. This Jill-of-all-trades has hosted her own radio show, acted in short films, co-hosted local TV programs, is a highly sought-after studio session vocalist, and is well known for her energetic stage presence.
2015 proved to be a big year for Mary-eL. In August she performed with John Kadlecik, Ron Holloway, and Beau Sasser at the 2015 Peach Festival. That same month she provided background vocals for Melvin Seals & the Jerry Garcia Band at the 2015 Lockn Fest. In October she sang with Roger Waters (Pink Floyd), G.E. Smith (Saturday Night Live, Hall & Oates), Tom Morello (Rage Against the Machine), and Billy Corgan (Smashing Pumpkins) at D.A.R Constitution Hall for a benefit concert to aid the wounded veterans of MusiCorps. Then in November she embarked on a 6-week, 28 city tour with The John Kadlecik Band as both a vocalist and guitarist. Then in July of this year she had the privilege of opening for the legendary Allman Brothers Band drummer, Butch Trucks & the Freight Train Band!
“A mesmerizing performer!” – M. Smith
As an original artist she has performed in many of the popular venues around the DMV including: Rams Head Live & Rams Head Onstage, the 8×10, Baltimore Soundstage, Hard Rock Cafe DC, AMP by Strathmore, and even the French Embassy! A few of her songs have been played on various indie radio stations and programs including Ocean 98.1 FM, KNHR: No Hits Radio (Texas/Canada), The Kitty Opal Show (UK), and the No Filter Sports Radio show.
“The next one for sure!” – Chuck Treece
When she’s not out performing her original music or providing vocals in the studio, you can see her from time to time performing with her fellow musical cohorts providing backup and support for their shows. No matter the venue or genre one thing’s for certain: her passion for music comes through in her performance and it is both consuming and contagious!

Please help us welcome our newest vendor Bears, Books and Things by Cassandra Hetzel. A local Greenbelt resident has written a children’s book and makes stuffed animals.

Upcoming weeks:

The Animal Welfare Committee will return the week of July 28th for free microchipping for all College Park resident’s pets. A $20.00 fee for non College Park residents. If you have not had your pet microchipped, please consider doing so. This system has helped reunite animals to their owners.

Also on the 28th, Jazz Harpist, Patrice Fisher and her student Karla Williams will preform at noon. Check out Patrice’s YouTube page: www.youtube.com/ecoslatinos

Returning (tentatively) vendors for this week include:
Alcoba Coffee: Guatemalan coffee by the pound and by the cup
Amity Kitchen: Thai food, Spring Rolls and Mango Sticky Rice
Bears, Books and Things: Homemade stuffed animals
Blessed Creations: Soaps and oils
Calvert Farm: Produce and fruits
Designed Naturally: Natural bead jewelry
Double Sharp: Local Musicians
Inge’s Crochet: Hand made crochet items
Mel’s Munchies: Sweets and ice cream
Roy and Arti’s Kitchen and Garden: Prepared Indonesian cuisine and vegetables
Stone Hearth Bakery: Fresh baked bread from Fredrick, MD.
Valencia’s Produce: Produce and flowers
Victory Chapel Family Farms: Local Honey
Waltz Family Farm: Meat, eggs and cheeses

These vendors will be returning at a later date:
A Little Pottery: Handmade pottery
Baker Charley: Gluten free bread and baked goods
College Park Hypnosis Center: Making positive changes easier
Elated Harmony: Massage
Heavenly Created Desserts: Hot dogs and desserts- will return July 28th
Moonstruck Oyster Company: Shelled Oysters, Shucked Oysters, Cookbooks, etc. will return in September
Terrapin Care Center: Chiropractic Care
The Wood Dr.: Handmade wooden items
The Baked Apple: Apple muffins and breads
University of Maryland Dairy: Freshly made ice cream
VizingaWoodworks: Handcrafted jewelry and accessories

Other News:
Calvert Farm is looking for someone in the local area to help sell their produce. Farmer Pam has someone to drive the truck from Rising Sun but needs an additional hand to meet the staff member around 8am to help set up, sell and then take down at the end of the day. If you or someone you know who is trustworthy and a hard worker would like to fill that spot please contact farmer@calvertfarm.com.

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Come Celebrate 100th Anniversary of First Airmail Delivery

Permaculture Garden Tour, This Saturday


Sat, Jul 21, 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM
Rhode Island Trolley Trail at Tecumseh St. (the group will gather at Tecumseh St)

The Committee for a Better Environment invites you to check out College Park’s own permaculture garden and learn about Permaculture 101. Permaculture gardens are a great way to care for the earth, with perennial plants that are low maintenance and provide healthy fruits to eat.

Committee for a Better Environment member Alan Hew will provide the basics on how to establish and maintain a permaculture garden, and discuss the plants in College Park’s garden.

In addition, he will touch on the benefits of the recently installed bioswale located next to the garden, which helps to remove pollutants from the surface water runoff and protect the Anacostia Watershed.

Public Meeting on Beltway Widening, Today

In the fall of 2018, Maryland Governor Larry Hogan announced a plan to widen I-270 and I-495, adding four express toll lanes each. The controversial plan would spend billions of dollars on highway expansions that some experts say will ultimately make congestion, housing affordability, and quality of life worse. Now, more details are about to come out.

Starting this week, the Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT) is hosting a series of public workshops to review and discuss preliminary concepts for the plan in both Prince George’s and Montgomery Counties. At the meetings, MDOT will present the study status and schedule, a summary of the purpose and need, preliminary alternatives, and screening criteria to evaluate the alternatives.

There are several public workshops, with the first one happening TODAY, Tuesday, July 17. Each workshop will begin at 6:30 pm with short presentations at 6:30 pm and 7:30 pm.

Today, Tuesday, July 17, 2018, Eleanor Roosevelt High School, 7601 Hanover Parkway, Greenbelt, MD 20770

Council to Vote on the Storage Facility Plan on Route 1

At tomorrow’s meeting, the City Council will vote on the Detailed Site plan (DSP) at the property located on the west side of US-1 at 9604 Baltimore Avenue across from Hollywood Road.

The proposed project will raze the existing building, currently used as an office (Atlas Realty, Inc.), and construct a 6-story storage facility. The project will be accessed from a shared 25-foot wide private right-of-way. The property is zoned Commercial Shopping Center (C-S-C) DDOZ in the Corridor Infill Character Area.

A storage facility is not a permitted use at this property, however, the applicant is requesting an amendment that requires an approval by the District Council. The sector plan only allows a building with a height of no more than 4 stories. If approved, this development will be the first in College Park with a use not supported in the 2010 Route 1 sector plan.

On June 19th, City Council recommended, by a vote of 5 to 3, approval with conditions for Preliminary Plan of Subdivision-JDA Consolidated Storage to create one parcel at 9604 Baltimore Avenue. City Staff recommends supporting DSP-18017 for JDA Baltimore Avenue Consolidated Storage with conditions.

Comments can be made at the meeting or via emails at: cpmc@collegeparkmd.gov up until 5 pm next Tuesday.

City May Install Art Feature / Signage Near Proposed LIDL Store

When the City supported the detailed site plan of the proposed LIDL grocery store in Berwyn, LIDL agreed to design and install an art feature/interpretive signage for the area designated as the Berwyn Road Plaza located at the intersection of Route 1 and Berwyn Road, which is an entry way to the Berwyn neighborhood.

LIDL has recently requested that the City take over this task, including interacting with the neighborhood, selecting an artist for the design of an art feature, and installing the art feature.

The City will maintain the art feature. LIDL will pay the sum of $35,000.00 to pay for design and installation.

LIDL is the owner of a 3.30 acre site at 8601 Baltimore Avenue. LIDL has proposed the construction of a +/- 36,185 square foot grocery store on the Property.

Staff believes that it will be better able to select an artist and design that is acceptable to the neighborhood, and supports this request.

The City Council will comsider approving the agreement at next Tuesday’s Council meeting.

Tomorrow at the Hollywood Farmers MArket

I scream! You scream! We all scream for ice cream! Did you know that July is National Ice Cream month? We’ll be celebrating with the University of Maryland Dairy selling pints and quarts of ice cream. Don’t want that much? Mel’s Munchies will be selling single scoops. Or if you want to really celebrate- stop by both vendors. This weekend’s weather is going back to hot and humid- perfect for one (or both) of these yummy treats.

We have many vendors returning this week including: Calvert Farm, Stone Hearth Bakery, Baker Charley, Victory Chapel Family Farm and Inge’s Crochet.

Yoga Heights DC will return this week and are at the market around 10:30 am. It’s a perfect way to start the day!
If you would like to contact our group of instructors please email yoga.hollywoodmarket@gmail.com or visit their website http://yogaheightsdc.com/

Upcoming weeks:

The Buy Local Challenge starts July 21! Are you ready to take the challenge? Find out more here: https://www.buylocalchallenge.com/

Why is it important to buy/eat locally grown foods?

You get exceptional freshness and help protect the environment. Buying from local farms helps you get products that are fresher, and have traveled much shorter distances overall from farm to fork. This promotes cleaner air and water by reducing the carbon footprint, since it takes less energy to transport products over shorter distances. https://www.buylocalchallenge.com/about
The Animal Welfare Committee will return the week of July 28th for free microchipping for all College Park resident’s pets. A $20.00 fee for non College Park residents. If you have not had your pet microchipped, please consider doing so. This system has helped reunite animals to their owners.

Also on the 28th, Jazz Harpist, Patrice Fisher and her student Karla Williams will preform at noon. Check out Patrice’s YouTube page: www.youtube.com/ecoslatinos

Returning (tentatively) vendors for this week include:
A Little Pottery: Handmade pottery
Alcoba Coffee: Guatemalan coffee by the pound and by the cup
Amity Kitchen: Thai food, Spring Rolls and Mango Sticky Rice
Baker Charley: Gluten free bread and baked goods
Blessed Creations: Soaps and oils
Calvert Farm: Produce and fruits
College Park Hypnosis Center: Making positive changes easier
Designed Naturally: Natural bead jewelry
Double Sharp: Local Musicians
Inge’s Crochet: Hand made crochet items
Mel’s Munchies: Sweets and ice cream
Roy and Arti’s Kitchen and Garden: Prepared Indonesian cuisine and vegetables
Stone Hearth Bakery: Fresh baked bread from Fredrick, MD.
The Baked Apple: Apple muffins and breads
University of Maryland Dairy: Freshly made ice cream
Valencia’s Produce: Produce and flowers
Waltz Family Farm: Meat, eggs and cheeses

These vendors will be returning at a later date:
Elated Harmony: Massage
Heavenly Created Desserts: Hot dogs and desserts- will return July 28th
Moonstruck Oyster Company: Shelled Oysters, Shucked Oysters, Cookbooks, etc. will return in September
Terrapin Care Center: Chiropractic Care
The Wood Dr.: Handmade wooden items
Victory Chapel Family Farms: Local Honey will return July 28th
VizingaWoodworks: Handcrafted jewelry and accessories

Other News:
Calvert Farm is looking for someone in the local area to help sell their produce. Farmer Pam has someone to drive the truck from Rising Sun but needs an additional hand to meet the staff member around 8am to help set up, sell and then take down at the end of the day. If you or someone you know who is trustworthy and a hard worker would like to fill that spot please contact farmer@calvertfarm.com.

Victory Chapel Family Farm will return July 28th.

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Waltz Family Farm has a delicious recipe for a beef kabob marinade. Check it out here (http://waltzfamilyfarm.com/recipes/14-recipes/29-beef-shish-kabob-marinade) .
You can find all the ingredients for the recipe at the market!

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