Menlo Park City Council candidates discuss environmental issues on Oct. 6

by Contributed Content on October 3, 2012

How will Menlo Park City Council protect the environment? You can find out on Saturday, October 6 at 1:00 pm when all five candidates running for Menlo Park City Council will share their vision and ideas for protecting the environment in Menlo Park.

City Council members make critical decisions about the environmental impacts of development, transportation and traffic, parks and open space, water, climate change and other key issues? What will the City do in the next four years?

“It is a competitive race,” stated an email sent out by the Menlo Park Green Ribbon Citizens’ Committee, which is co-sponsoring the candidate forum. “We as voters have a chance to choose between candidates with different perspectives. Come meet the candidates, and hear their ideas.

The program will start at 1:00 pm with an a la carte lunch and informal discussion with the candidates followed by a panel discussion at 1:30. The event will take place at the Menlo Hub, 1029 El Camino in Menlo Park.

The Sierra Club Loma Prieta Chapter and the Peninsula Transportation Alternatives are the two other forum sponsors

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