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San Miguel native to run for county supervisor seat

Lynne Schmitz
Lynne Schmitz

San Miguel native Anthony Kalvans has announced his candidacy for supervisor for the 1st District. Anthony is a member of the San Miguel Advisory Council, the CSD Board of Directors, Native Sons of the Golden West and the San Miguel Lions Club. His interest in public service began when he was young and accompanied his mother, Mary, to meetings, learning firsthand about civic involvement. His interest expanded to include county government, and he intends to represent the district with the passion he has for his community.

The Community Services District is having a special workshop Thursday at 6 p.m. at the district office at 1150 Mission St. An ad hoc committee was formed to draft a water conservation ordinance to bring the CSD into compliance with Gov. Jerry Brown’s orders for a 25 percent reduction in statewide water use.

The board will consider the proposed draft and give direction to the committee. It welcomes community comment.

For information on the draft ordinance, call 467-3388.

Community events

Don’t miss the exciting family show at San Miguel Library on 13th Street (by the ball field) at the park Thursday at 3 p.m. featuring live wolves. For information call 467-3224.

Linda Mora recently marked her 28th year at the Country Diner on Mission Street! That’s where good friends meet and eat.

Senior Center events

Community potluck Thursday at 6 p.m. All are welcome to bring a dish to share. Bingo Friday night at 6:30 p.m. Ten games; 50 cents per card; refreshments served.

The Senior Center is on East 12th Street.

Go to http://www.discoversanmiguel.com for pictures and stories about San Miguel’s early days.

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