Upcoming City & Community Meetings: Week of November 25 – December 1

City of Whitewater Urban Forestry Committee - Monday at 4:30 PM
Whitewater Municipal Building - More information
 Whitewater School Board - Monday at 6:30 PM
Central Office of Whitewater Unified School District - More Information
City of Whitewater Community Involvement & Cable TV Commission  - Tuesday at 5:00 PM
Whitewater Municipal Building - More information
City of Whitewater Finance Committee - Tuesday at 5:30 PM
Whitewater Municipal Building - More information

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