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Desert Hot Springs City Council Nov.20th

Story and Photos by Bruce Montgomery

The City Council of Desert Hot Springs met for its regular meeting at the Carl May Center on Tuesday evening, November 20th, 2012.

Prior to regular business were a number of memorable presentations.
Mayor Parks proclaimed the Jack and Lorraine Becker Volunteerism Week in Desert Hot Springs, honoring the late Jack Becker.

Police Chief Kate Singer gave special commendations, recommendations and/or medals to some of our outstanding police officers. Recipients were Tom Pettinger, Renee Olague and Danny Brazeal.

Patrice Kimbler gave a presentation for the Christmas Store, reviewing past goals and accomplishments, thanking those community partners who have made it such a success, and inviting participation in this year’s outreach.

Several citizens were presented awards and received a case of Mission Springs Water for the beautification of their yard. In addition Agua Soleil Hotel and Spa received a similar award as a business with most improved look.

All photos by Bruce Montgomery. More photos of the event; just click!


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