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DATE / TIME EVENTS / INDUSTRY LOCATION
Jun 19, 2008
06:00PM - 07:30PM
What's Up, Santa Rosa?
The City of Santa Rosa and Community Foundation Sonoma County invite the public to a lively forum addressing this important topic for local residents. This is the second of our five-part series called What's Up, Santa Rosa? These forums will invite the pu
Sonoma,
The Glaser Center, 547 Mendocino Ave, Santa Rosa
Event Description
The City of Santa Rosa and Community Foundation Sonoma County invite the public to a lively forum addressing this important topic for local residents. This is the second of our five-part series called What's Up, Santa Rosa? These forums will invite the public to actively engage in important issues impacting Santa Rosa's future. When: Thursday, June 19th, 6-7:30 p.m. Who: Gary Binger Where: The Glaser Center, 547 Mendocino Ave, Santa Rosa All Welcome. FREE! Gary will speak on the practical realities of making smart growth work, and about lessons other cities have learned. Can we avoid the growing pains experienced by other cities as we continue our transition from a medium sized city to a significant urban destination? Come learn from the experiences of others and add your own thoughts to this discussion. Gary Binger is a noted lecturer on smart growth and transit oriented development. He was the Community Development Director of Walnut Creek during its critical growth period and has served as the Planning Director for the Association of Bay Area Governments and headed the Urban Land Institute's Smart Growth Initiative. He recently received the Distinguished Leadership Award from the California Chapter of the American Planning Association. For more information about Whats Up, Santa Rosa? please contact Melissa Kester at mkester@sonomacf.org or Wayne Goldberg at wgoldberg@srcity.org.
Fee: $0.00

Contact Information
Name: Melissa Kester     Email: mkester@sonomacf.org

 

 

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