Public Citizen 8.09.12
Thursday, August 9, 2012
THURSDAY 8 | 9
FORT ORD FUTURE | SEASIDE – Conservation Lands Foundation leads a meeting on the possibilities for the newly designated Fort Ord National Monument. The support group is expected to work with BLM in developing a long-term management plan. 6pm. Oldemeyer Center, 986 Hilby Ave. Free. Fortordrecu@gmail.com, www.blm.gov/ca/hollister/fort_ord.
FRIDAY 8 | 10
FORA BOARD MEETING | MARINA – The Fort Ord Reuse Authority board discusses the Preston Park budget, water rates and a draft of the Base Reuse Plan Reassessment scoping report to be circulated for public comment starting next week. 3:30pm. Carpenter’s Union Hall, 910 2nd Ave. Free. 883-3672, www.fora.org.
SATURDAY 8 | 11
OCCUPY, CONTINUED | MONTEREY – Occupy Monterey meets weekly to coordinate future efforts. 2pm direct action working group, 2:30pm General Assembly, 3:30pm foreclosure working group. Colton Hall lawn, 570 Pacific St. Free. www.occupymontereypeninsula.org.
MONDAY 8 | 13
CANDIDATES ON WATER | MARINA – The Green Party hosts a panel of candidates sharing their views on water issues. 7pm Marina Coast Water District candidates Tom Moore and Peter Le; 8pm District 5 supervisor candidate Marc Del Piero. Marina Public Library, 190 Seaside Circle. Free. 645-9914, http://greenpartymonterey.org.
TUESDAY 8 | 14
AQUARIUM VOLUNTEERS | MONTEREY – Ocean lovers are invited to become volunteer guides for 2 million annual visitors. Attend one of two info sessions as the first step in a required marine science and natural history training. 7pm Aug. 14 or Thurs Aug. 23; Training 6-9pm Sept. 10, 11, 13, 17, 18, and 20. Monterey Bay Aquarium, 886 Cannery Row. firstname.lastname@example.org, www.montereybayaquarium.org.
WEDNESDAY 8 | 15
HEALTH AND SAFETY | GREENFIELD – Local health and safety agencies discuss how to access services from diabetes and domestic violence prevention to MST route maps and fire safety. Noon-4pm. Village Green Park, 98 S. El Camino Real. Free. 674-9298, email@example.com.