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Mabel Christie 

Topanga Canyon’s postmaster, Mabel Christie, is finally retiring after many years of hard work.
Christie writes:

“I want to thank all the Patrons of Topanga Canyon for giving me the opportunity to serve the
community. Even though there [were] a lot of differences, when I changed the color of the Old
Post Office to a younger vibrant color. Many came and thanked me. We all worked together
during fires, road closures, rain, [and mudslides]. I appreciate all the support and
encouragement many of you have given me. Thanks.” -Mabel Christie

On behalf of Topanga, thank you Mabel Christie for all you have done for our community!

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