Despite a low turnout from the public, there was energy and enthusiasm in the room Monday night as members of San Diego’s Citizens Advisory Board on Police/Community Relations got to work.
A dozen appointed members met at the Skyline Hills Public Library for the first meeting of the newly revived…
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