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|Green Party Housing and Land Use Seminar Series|
|Date||Thursday February 26|
|Time||7:00 PM - 9:00 PM|
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New College, 766 Valencia Street, near 19th Street
Accessible by MUNI: 14,49,26,33, BART 16th / Mission
Join the discussion about San Francisco housing and land use development issues, sponsored by the San Francisco Green Party and hosted by the Center for Education and Social Action at New College of California.
This monthly workshop series will be a great opportunity to educate yourself, share your thoughts, and get involved with local advocacy groups trying to create a better San Francisco. The series will take place on the last Thursday of each month, beginning February 26, 2004 at New College, located at 766 Valencia Street. The first workshop features Matt Gonzalez, President of the Board of Supervisors, and Jake McGoldrick, chair of the Land Use Committee, in a panel discussion entitled, “Does anybody have a Housing and Land Use Plan for San Francisco?”
The seminar series will include a diverse range of topics and speakers--Supervisors, activists, attorneys, developers, nonprofit builders and city planners-- policymakers and advocates from all sides of our housing and development battles. Here’s a chance for you to consider diverse, frequently contradictory opinions, and make up your own mind on important issues facing the city. The seminars should prove informative, lively and entertaining.
What: Green Party Housing and Land Use Seminar Series, co-sponsored with the New College Center for Education and Social Action
When: 7pm, Thursday, February 26
Where: New College, 766 Valencia Street, near 19th Street
Who: Supervisors Matt Gonzalez and Jake McGoldrick lead a panel discussion on the topic of, “Does anybody have a Housing and Land Use Plan for San Francisco?"