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Congratulations to Mayoral Community Awards Nominees John E. Griffin-Atil, Bill Landry & IB Historical Society who will be Honored at Mayor's State of the City Monday Night, February 25th!

Feb 12, 2019 09:07PM ● By Paul Spear

2019 State of the City Address

 

 

(IMPERIAL BEACH, CA – February 12, 2019) Mayor Serge Dedina will deliver his 2019 State of the City Address in the Burress Auditorium on February 25, 2019 at 6 p.m. The State of the City Address is an annual event where business, community, non-profit, and government leaders come together to hear the state of the city from Imperial Beach’s mayor. Partners for the event include South Bay Union School District, Jobcorp, Mar Vista NJROTC, and Boy Scouts Pack 866.

 

Mayor Dedina’s address will highlight the accomplishments of the past year and focus on the vision and planned initiatives moving forward. Mayor Dedina will also be presenting three Mayoral Community Awards to three nominees that contribute selflessly to the community of Imperial Beach. The three nominees for 2019 are John E. Griffin-Atil, Imperial Beach Historical Society, and Bill Landry.

 

Residents of Imperial Beach are encouraged to attend the 



State of the City Address as we reflect on 2018, plan for the future, and celebrate our community.

 

Burress Auditorium
601 Elm Avenue
Imperial Beach, CA 91932



 

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The City of Imperial Beach’s mission is to maintain and enhance Imperial Beach as “Classic Southern California;” a beach-oriented community with a safe, small town, family atmosphere, rich in natural and cultural resources.

 

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