PMUA Joint Field Meeting

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The Authority will carry out its normal activities at this meeting, including discussions and formal consideration of the resolutions listed on the monthly agenda of the Board of Commissioners. Formal action will be taken at this Combined Meeting.

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La Autoridad llevará a cabo sus actividades normales en esta reunión, incluidas las discusiones y la consideración formal de las resoluciones enumeradas en la agenda mensual de la Junta de Comisionados.

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Tue, July 07
6:00 pm — 7:00 pm
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Join the meeting by using the following link: http://meeting.nexacomm.com/join?id=16702027

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