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Canyon Lake Mayor Kasey Castillo wants to connect with the community and invites residents to join her for coffee and casual conversation to express any issues, concerns, or questions relating to the city.
Coffee with the Mayor will be held at the Canyon Lake County Club this Wednesday, March 3, at 7:30 a.m. The meeting does not require an RSVP and is an informal come-and-go setting.
“I hope you will take this opportunity to share your thoughts and ideas with me,” Castillo said. “I look forward to this chance to answer any questions or listen to issues you may have. I hope to see you there.”
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