Public Citizen for Jan 10, 2008
Thursday, January 10, 2008
Veterans Cemetery Meeting | MARINA – The Monterey County Veterans Cemetery Citizens’ Advisory Committee hears reports on the cemetery master development plan, funding agreement and efforts to get local jurisdictions to contribute money. 1-3pm. Marina Library Community Meeting Room, 190 Seaside Circle, Marina. Free. 755-5390.
FORA meeting | MARINA – The Fort Ord Reuse Authority board gets an update on its plan to remove military munitions from 3,340 acres and considers approving the budget for a new office park on Imjin Parkway. 3:30pm. FORA Conference Facility, 201 13th St., bldg. 2925, Marina. Free. 883-3672.
Genocide Documentary Screening | MONTEREY – The Humanist Association of the Monterey Bay Area screens a documentary titled Confronting Genocide – Then and Now, which depicts the German and Italian fascist movement’s efforts for world domination, and the ongoing efforts to end genocide in Darfur, Sudan, and elsewhere. 2:15-4:15pm. Monterey Public Library Community Room, 625 Pacific St., Monterey. Free. 601-3770 or 659-3758.
New Year Resolutions | SALINAS – The Salinas City Council sets policy goals for 2008. 9am-3pm. Salinas Community Center, 940 N. Main St., Salinas. Free. 758-7381.
Chartwell Open House | SEASIDE – Chartwell, a private, nonprofit school that educates children (through eighth grade) with a wide range of visual and auditory learning challenges, hosts an open house. Visit its LEED-certified campus and learn about its academic programs aimed at returning kids to mainstream education. 11am-3pm. Chartwell School, 2511 Numa Watson Rd., Seaside. Free. 394-3468 or chartwell.org.
County Supervisors Meeting | SALINAS – Who will the new board president be? Will Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger appoint a replacement for the late Supervisor Jerry Smith? How many lawsuits is the county fighting? Find out at today’s meeting. 10:30am. Supervisors Chambers, 168 W. Alisal St., Salinas. Free. 755-5066.