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Mayor Bob Baker
Mayor Bob Baker

San Clemente Times

The San Clemente Chamber of Commerce will host its 8th Annual State of the City Address beginning at 11:30 a.m. on Friday, April 8, at Bella Collina Towne & Golf Club, 200 La Pata.

San Clemente Mayor Bob Baker will speak about the accomplishments and progress of the city and looking ahead toward the city’s future.

There will also be networking opportunities with local business owners, residents and San Clemente City Council.

For people who cannot attend the event, the city will record it and put it on the city of San Clemente YouTube page by the middle of next week. Click here for the YouTube page.

According to the Chamber of Commerce website, the State of the City will be a sold-out event, and advanced reservations are necessary. Tickets are $47 for chamber members and $57 for nonmembers. For more information or to make a reservation, call the chamber at 949.492.1131 or visit

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  • so pay a fee to find out what the state of the city is in bull s$#* pay a fee to ask a question , pay a fee for access to council money money money money money money remember the chamber will try to sell the very spot your standing on for their members use in this town

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