Townhall meeting: Protect your gun rights in Palm Beach County

HomeSafety Academy is calling on Palm Beach County residents to voice their opinions on gun control at a townhall style meeting Wednesday evening. The multi-service facility in Lake Park specializes in comprehensive safety and firearm training. The “call to arms” e-mail includes details of the event hosted by Palm Beach County Commissioner Jess Santamaria.

You must showing up and voice your opinion.
Our county commissioners are look for strict gun control. Stay silent and you can loose your rights!

Subject: Commissioner Santamaria Meeting

Commissioner Santamaria to Host Next Community Forum Jan. 16, 2013 County Commissioner Jess Santamaria will host his next monthly community forum on Wednesday, January 16, from 7 to 9 p.m.,in the center court of the original Wellington Mall.

The main discussion topic will be what can be done about gun control.

The original Wellington Mall is located at the southeast corner of Forest Hill Blvd. and Wellington Trace. Refreshments will be served.

Who: Commissioner Jess Santamaria

What: Community Forum

Where: original Wellington Mall, 12974 Forest Hill Blvd. (southeast corner of Forest Hill Blvd. and Wellington Trace)

When: Wednesday, Jan. 16, 2013 7-9 p.m.


5 thoughts on “Townhall meeting: Protect your gun rights in Palm Beach County

  1. Dmitry says:

    As any politician, Jess is only interested in opinions of HIS voters – residents of District 6. Would my voice at the meeting make any difference since I am in District 5?

  2. Alice says:

    Grammar and spelling in the "call to arms" have all the earmarks of spam. . . . or someone not smart enough to be planning a town meeting on a serious subject!

    1. A. Rampersad says:

      Good observation, Alice. I too noticed that and my first thought was that a "journalist" should and would proof all work being submitted for public consumption.

  3. A. Rampersad says:

    D…if J. Santamaria is a citizen first and politician second (which I doubt), he should be concerned with the voices of all attending since he is paid by all our tax dollars. He works for all of us, district irrelevant.

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