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Councilmembers to Speak with La Mesa Residents at Two Town Hall Meetings

The Town Hall Meetings are intended as a means for citizens to learn about city services, state what they like about La Mesa, how they envision the future of their city, and to express concerns.

The City of La Mesa recently made the following announcement:

In an on-going commitment to communicate with residents, all five members of the La Mesa City Council will host two Town Hall Meetings next week. The open-forum sessions are scheduled at the following locations:

Tuesday, January 15, 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Lemon Avenue Elementary
8787 Lemon Avenue

Thursday, January 17, 6:30-8:30 p.m.
La Mesa Middle School
4200 Parks Avenue

All La Mesa residents are encouraged to attend and participate in a discussion about community issues with the city council.

The Town Hall Meetings are intended as a means for citizens to learn about city services, state what they like about La Mesa, how they envision the future of their city, and to express concerns.  

Each attendee will be able to publicly address councilmembers or simply to listen. Councilmembers may then respond to questions or refer the matter to city staff or suggest resources for further study or action.  

Also, several informational tables will highlight various city services.

Further information about this meeting is available by calling the City Manager’s Office at 619-667-1105. 

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