Federal Stimulus Event on Friday April 3rd

25 March 2009

Next week Green LA Coalition will be hosting a workshop on “The Federal Stimulus: What it Means for Los Angeles and the Environment”  It takes place on Friday April 3rd 2009 from 10am to 1:30pm at the Pacific Club, which is at 523 West 6th Street in downtown Los Angeles. NOTE VENUE CHANGED: Los Angeles Athletic Club – in the Ballroom – at 431 W. 7th Street, Downtown Los Angeles

Green LA Transportation Working Group participants, and other folks who work for/with environmental justice and environmental organizations are encouraged to attend.  RSVP required to szabanal [at] libertyhill.org

Here’s the flier:

stimulus

Here are speakers and organizations from the flier, so that they’ll be searchable:

Nancy Sutley, White House Counsel on Environmental Quality
V. Manual Perez, CA State Assemblymember
Jim Clarke, Federal Legislative Deputy, L.A. Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa
Joseph Avila, L.A. Department of Water and Power
Jacqueline Waggoner, Enterprise Community Partners
Robert Garcia, The City Project
Randy Britt, L.A. Unified School District
Erin Steva, California Public Interest Research Group
Charlotte Hodde, Planning and Conservation League
Jane Paul, Green L.A. Coalition
Andy Lipkis, TreePeople

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2 Responses to “Federal Stimulus Event on Friday April 3rd”

  1. Joe Linton said

    Space is limited and running out – RSVP today!

  2. Joe Linton said

    The venue has changed! This Friday’s event is now at the Los Angeles Athletic Club – in the Ballroom – at 431 W. 7th Street, Downtown Los Angeles.

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