Thursday, February 8, 2007
CITIZEN STEWARDS | COUNTYWIDE—Bureau of Land Management seeks nominations to fill an unexpired term on the 12-person Central California Resource Advisory Council, a citizen’s panel that advises the BLM on the stewardship of Federal public lands. Nominations accepted through March 5. Forms available at ca.blm.gov/news/rac.html. (916) 985-4474.
BREAST CANCER OPTIONS | MONTEREY—Breast Cancer Action Group of the Monterey Peninsula hosts oncology physicians who discuss the latest breast cancer treatment and therapy options. Open to adults 18 and over. 6pm. Sally Griffin Center, 700 Jewell Ave., Pacific Grove. Free. 320-6975.
ELECTION INTEGRITY | MONTEREY—The Green Party hosts Judy Alter, founder of Protect California Ballots, who will discuss “Can Election Results Be Trusted?” 7pm. Monterey Senior Center. 280 Dickman Ave., Monterey. Free. 620-1303.
IMMIGRATION TALK | SALINAS—Doug Keegan from the Santa Cruz Immigration Project discusses “Immigration, Myth and Reality” at today’s League of Women Voters luncheon meeting. Call in advance to order lunch. 11:30am-1:30pm. Northridge Mall Community Room, between Penney’s and Mervyn’s, Hwy 101 side of the mall, Salinas. $12/lunch; free/talk. 422-2976.
FORA MEETING | MARINA—The Fort Ord Reuse Authority, responsible for the redevelopment of the former Fort Ord Military base, meets. 4pm. FORA Conference Facility/Monterey Bridge Center, Building 2925, 102 13th St., Marina. Free. 883-3672.
MONTEREY-SALINAS TRANSIT | MONTEREY—MST Board meets. The joint powers agency serves a 275 square-mile area of Monterey County. 10am. MST Conference Room, 1 Ryan Ranch Rd., Monterey. Free. 899-2555.
WATER DEBATES | MONTEREY—Last year, the League of Women Voters of the Monterey Peninsula voted to study the issue of water systems ownership—both private and public. Today the committee shares the findings. Noon-2pm. Elk’s Lodge, 150 Mar Vista Dr., Monterey. $15/lunch; free/program. 372-8323.