June 27 2017 Presentation

Channel Islands Beach Community Services District Presentation

The Channel Islands Beach Community Services District
allowed HBCA and the Developer to present to the board on Tuesday, June 27th
TOPIC: Channel Islands Harbor Developments

This is the video of the meeting – thanks to KADYTV!

There was an amazing turnout at this meeting, unfortunately the cameras did not stay on past the presentations.

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