OB Town Council Meeting – Parade Winners, New Reps from Politicos, Community Concerns – Wed., Jan. 25th

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The Ocean Beach Town Council is kicking off the new year with its first public meeting – Wednesday, January 25th – where community representatives from local elected officials’ offices will be introduced, the winners of the OB Parade will receive their plaques and a discussion of community concerns will be held.

The meeting runs from 7pm to 8:30pm and will be held at the Masonic Center, located at 1711 Sunset Cliffs Blvd in Ocean Beach 92107.

Here’s what the OBTC website states:

We will also award the winners of the 37th Annual OB Parade (which was phenomenal!) with their award plaques. The parade theme was “The Year of the Pier with Holiday Cheer – Celebrating 50 Years!” Come congratulate the Parade Winners as they get their award plaques and learn about their floats and involvement with our community!

See the official agenda above.

Meeting Open to All

The monthly meeting is public – again, from the OBTC website:

The OB Town Council hosts public meetings on the 4th Wednesday every month except November and December. Regular speakers include local leaders, political, business and SDPD law enforcement representatives, as well as members from all corners of the Ocean Beach community. Whether you’re a long-time OBcean or just want to learn more about OB, all are welcome!

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