Jane Parker to talk all things supervisorial at LWV meeting

The League of Women Voters of Monterey County cordially invites you to attend our Lunch & Learn on Wednesday March 11, 2020

What:  “Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Being Supervisor (But Were Afraid to Ask)”

If anyone can fearlessly answer those questions, it’s long-serving 4th District Monterey County Supervisor Jane Parker. Her slogan, “Changing the Way Monterey County Does Business,” is no empty promise.

Among many other achievements in her 11 years as Supervisor, Parker was the first to hold regular community meetings with residents (over 200); worked toward solutions to reduce gang and youth violence; supported Marina Teen Center to reduce truancy; helped to create more permanent, year-round jobs with living wages with the Economic Development Committee; and created the first ever Alternative Energy and Environment sub-committee.

Her priorities include responsible land-use policy, economic development and local job creation, crime prevention, water and mass transit solutions, increased government accountability and customer service for County services, and protecting natural resources and open space.

When:   Wednesday, March 11, 2020

Lunch: Noon ($20/person ) Main course, salad, sides & dessert by International Cuisine of Pacific Grove.

Presentation: 12:30pm-1:30pm free and open to the public

Where: Unitarian Universalist Church

490 Aguajito Road,  Carmel, CA 93940

Please RSVP if you’re attending the luncheon portion by Monday, March 9. RSVP by calling Beverly Kreps at (831)224-3192  or bkreps1017@gmail.com . Payment for lunch can be made in cash or check and is payable upon arrival.

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