Tea party activists, libertarians and conservatives will learn a lot about the opposition by attending this meeting.
Signs of the Tide:Feel like you can’t make a difference? Don’t know where to start? Let us teach you at Signs of the Tide. Join to learn about how to be a better advocate for your community and leave with a stronger voice.
How to Be an Advocate for Your Community
Former City Councilmember Donna Frye will moderate a panel of experts including:
Join us on August 7 at University of San Diego Law School from 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. in Warren Hall, Room 3A. There is parking available either in the lot adjacent to the law school or the Mission parking area. (Please see campus map here.)
- Sara Wan, a coastal advocate and former California Coastal Commissioner, will share her perspective as an experienced and successful environmental activist.
- Arthur Coe, a former staff member at Regional Water Quality Control Board, will share an inside view of regulatory decision-making and what makes an effective regional board advocacy.
- Tony Young, San Diego City Council president, will provide an inside view of decision-making as an elected representative.
We will provide you some light food and refreshments for you to enjoy.
Slideshow photo credits include Jackie Loza and Raymond Shipps.
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