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Water Security Symposium
On Sunday, April 19th, the Carpinteria Valley Association and Carpinteria Beautiful will sponsor the Carpinteria Water Security Symposium, to be presented at the Plaza Playhouse Theater downtown at 3PM.
It is intended to be a Town Hall meeting about our community’s water security, both short term and long term. Unless you ...
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