Video of public portion of the Annual Meeting held on Feb 26 2022.
Updated information from our awesome Councilman Bert Perello
& additional links to relevant information.
THANK YOU FOR ATTENDING!
We had a great turnout for the annual meeting, although a few people reported issues with zoom letting them in.
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