Sunday, July 12, 2020

Mayor Richard Bailey Announces Upcoming Neighborhood Meetings

You’re invited to a neighborhood meeting with Mayor Richard Bailey!

Mayor Bailey is participating in neighborhood meetings during the month of September.  Each meeting will include a 30-minute update on the city’s finances and recent initiatives; including the state’s proposed increase in housing units and the Port Master Plan Update. The presentation will be followed by a question and answer session for approximately 30-minutes.

The neighborhood meetings will take place at 6pm at the following locations and dates:

  • Sept 4, Coronado Cays HOA
  • Sept 5, Coronado Shores Club Room
  • Sept 10, Be Polished 1132 1st St
  • Sept 12, 836 H Ave
  • Sept 16, 235 F Ave
  • Sept 18, Winn Room at Coronado Library
  • Sept 19, Coronado Baptist Church 111 Orange Ave
  • Sept 25, Bahama Bend Clubhouse
  • Sept 26, 432 Glorietta Blvd
  • Sept 30, 854 I Ave
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Due to limited space, RSVP is required for all neighborhood meetings except for the Sept 18 meeting at the Winn Room in the Coronado Library.

Please RSVP to richard@richardbailey.com with name of attendees and the neighborhood meeting you will be attending.

Richard Bailey
Mayor, City of Coronado
richard@richardbailey.com

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