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January 27, 2014 (La Mesa) --In an on-going commitment to communicate with residents, the La Mesa City Council will host two Town Hall Meetings. These open-forum sessions provide an opportunity for citizens to share their ideas, comments, and opinions on issues in their neighborhood and throughout the City.

The first meeting will be held on Thursday, February 6, at Rolando Elementary, 6925 Tower Street. The second meeting will be held on Tuesday, February 18, at Northmont Elementary, 9405 Gregory Street. Both meetings will be held from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.

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, City staff will be in attendance to provide information about various City services such as crime prevention, emergency preparedness, and recreation classes.

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

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Hay craig s. maxwell what's up? I lived in La Mesa for 32 years and worked with Art for most of that time. You notice you never hear La Mesa in the news reporting financial problems, or bad cops, or political bribes? That's Art's work. Get over it!  Oh wait, I see you tried to run aganist him after I lef town and lost. Good thing you had a Philosophy Professor job to fall back on. The real world is really tough isnt it?.

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Proof of City Hall's long-time pest infestation is given in the photo above.