Coffee with the Mayor to be broadcast

SEQUIM — Mayor William Armacost will host Coffee with the Mayor at 8 a.m. Thursday.

This month’s informal meeting will be broadcast on KSQM radio, 91.5 FM and streamed at www.ksqm.com.

David Garlington, the city’s director of public works, will join Armacost this month.

Listeners can call 360-681-0000 during the broadcast to ask questions or submit them in advance by email to [email protected] wa.gov or U.S. mail to: City Clerk, 152 W. Cedar St. Sequim, WA 98382.

For more information, email [email protected] wa.gov.

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