TOWNA urges preparation at meeting at Susi Q on Nov 20

The Top of the World Neighborhood Association (TOWNA) will hold its next General Meeting, including election of the Board of Directors, at the Susi Q on Wednesday, Nov 20 from 6 to 8 p.m.

The meeting’s program will be conducted by Jordan Villwock, the Emergency Operations Coordinator of the Laguna Beach Police Department, discussing the emergency alert system, warning, and evacuation during natural disasters. In addition, Laguna Beach Fire Chief Mike Garcia will discuss the fuel modification program along with answering questions. 

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Laguna’s Fire Chief Mike Garcia will speak at Nov 20 TOWNA meeting

Attendees will learn the different alert systems utilized as well as evacuation plans including neighborhood specific evacuation maps. A family emergency kit and planning ahead is recommended. 

TOWNA relies upon voluntary dues of $10 per year per household. TOW neighbors can send dues checks to TOWNA c/o Mark Mani, 2798 Temple Hills Drive, Laguna Beach, CA 92651 or bring payment to the General Meeting. The meeting is free and open to the public. 

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Nov 20 TOWNA will be conducted by Jordan Villwock, LBPD Emergency Operations Coordinator 

The TOWNA Board will be elected at the meeting. Current board members on the ballot are Duane Allee, Chris Brazelton, Carol Buss, Gene Felder, Sandra Lucidi-Azera, Mark Mani, Karen Schwager, Carey Strombotne, Tim Templeton, Piero Wemyss, and Scott Woodard. 

Other TOW neighbors interested in serving on the TOWNA Board, which meets every other month, should contact TOWNA President Gene Felder at (949) 939-7257. 

The Susi Q is located at 380 Third St.