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Community open house is Oct. 2

PORT ORCHARD — If you’re new to Manchester and seeking more information about your new community, or are a longtime resident but want to hear about new developments in the community, the Manchester Citizens Advisory Committee has scheduled a community open house on Tuesday, Oct. 2.

The meeting will run from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at the Manchester Elementary School Library, 1901 California Ave. E., in Port Orchard.

The committee is bringing together representatives from various departments of Kitsap County, as well as staff from Manchester State Park, the Navy’s nearby fuel depot, South Kitsap School District, South Kitsap Fire and Rescue, the Port of Manchester, Manchester Water District, Friends of the Manchester Library and other organizations to share information about ongoing projects, initiatives, services and resources.

For more information, contact Jennifer Haro in the Kitsap County Commissioners’ Office at 360-307-4214 or jharo@co.kitsap.wa.us.

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