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Dana Point Chief of Police Lt. Russ Chilton has scheduled his next “Coffee with the Chief” for Aug. 25, as part of the ongoing coffee klatch meetings he committed to earlier this summer in response to concerns about law enforcement in the area.
The informal meetings, held in the heart of the Doheny Village area of Capistrano Beach, are meant to help residents and business owners connect with him and his deputies, ask questions and brainstorm solutions, he said.
Coffee with the Chief is free to attend, open to the public and will kick off at 9 a.m. at Doughnut World, 34130 Doheny Park Road in Capistrano Beach.
Chilton said he is working on pinning down a regular schedule for these meetings, in order to provide better continuity and therefore, higher attendance.
Stay tuned for more information regarding a set schedule for Coffee with the Chief.