It was wonderful to see so many friendly faces at our Veterans Appreciation Dinner! Thank you to those who made it out, and most importantly, thank you to our honorable veterans for their selfless service to our country and our community. Throughout the month, we will continue to honor and recognize our brave community heroes with banners that are displayed around Town Center.
To support our other community heroes – our local business owners, Governor Newsom recently signed the COVID-19 Recovery Package to allow the continuation of successful pandemic adaptations for businesses including outdoor dining operations and the sale of to-go alcohol drinks. I encourage everyone to spread a little warmth this season by continuing to support our local businesses as we approach the holidays and navigate further through the pandemic. And, in light of the holidays, please continue to keep your loved ones safe by following CDC guidelines as you gather for your seasonal celebrations. Additional holiday-related safety tips will be posted by Aliso Viejo Police Services on their social media pages over the next few weeks, so keep an eye out for important information to do your part in keeping our community as safe as possible this holiday season. You can get the latest updates on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram.
Last but not least, as it is now the season of thankfulness, I want to wish you and your family a very happy Thanksgiving. I feel fortunate to have spent many enjoyable months thus far alongside all our residents, and I am very grateful for the opportunity to be your Mayor throughout this ever-changing year. I’m looking forward to our upcoming festivities, and I can’t wait to fill our City with more cheer at our Holiday Celebration and Tree Lighting Ceremony on Thursday, December 2, along with our other joy-filled events that we have planned for you this season. I look forward to seeing you there!
Mayor Tiffany Ackley
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