Public Citizen for May 01, 2008
Thursday, May 1, 2008
DUEL OF THE MINDS | MARINA – Incumbent Supervisor Ila Mettee-McCutchon and challenger Jane Parker square off at a Marina in Motion candidates forum. Both women want your vote for the District 4 supervisorial seat on June 3. Listen to them address pre-selected topics and answer audience questions. 3-5pm. City Council Chambers, 211 Hillcrest Ave., Marina. Free. 884-1278.
ELECTION FORUM | AROMAS – Learn about ballot measures on the June ballot at today’s forum, presented by the League of Women Voters. 4pm. Aromas Community Grange, Rose and Bardue Streets, Aromas. Free. 726-1503 or 726-1443.
TRUTH OR CONSPIRACY THEORY | CARMEL – Architect Richard Gage presents “9/11: Blueprint for Truth,” a multi-media presentation. Gage is the founder of Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth and has performed extensive research on the collapses of the World Trade Center buildings. 7pm. Carmel Art Association, Dolores Street between Fifth and Sixth, Carmel. Free. 233-1032 or 375-2016.
SAVELECTIONS MEETING | MONTEREY – SAVElections discusses plans for the Voting Rights Committee meeting and provides training for anyone who can help monitor the June election. Park in the bank lot after 6pm. 6:30pm. First National Bank Community Room, 615 Abrego St. Monterey. Free. 641-0170.
GREEN SCHOOLS EXPO | MOSS LANDING – Listen to case studies and chat with consultants and nonprofits at the Green School Expo, hosted by the U.S. Green Building Council Monterey Bay. Space is limited; reservations requested. 5-8pm. Moss Landing Marine Laboratories, 8272 Moss Landing Rd., Moss Landing. Free. 394-3600.
ETHICS PANEL | SEASIDE – “Heroic Ethical Action: Challenging the Norm” is the topic of the sixth annual Ethics Panel sponsored by the School of Business and the Division of Humanities and Communication at CSUMB. This year’s event will focus on how to respond when ethical values are challenged by events. How one responds to those challenges will influence a person’s future – for better or worse. 3-5pm. CSUMB University Center, Sixth Avenue, Seaside. Free. 582-3017.