Public Citizen 3.22.12
Thursday, March 22, 2012
NEIGHBORHOOD BEAUTIFICATION | PENINSULA – The Monterey Regional Storm Water Management Program will award up to $1,800 for neighborhood-enhancing park and garden projects that reduce stormwater runoff and engage the local community. Proposals due April 12. Orcamaris@earthlink.net, www.montereysea.org.
THURSDAY 3 | 22
MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES | SALINAS – Diagnosis is just the first step of treating mental illness. Representatives from the Depression & Bipolar Support Alliance, Interim Inc. and Community Human Services answer questions on what’s next in treatment. 6:30-8pm. Lutheran Church of our Savior, 1230 Lutheran Way. Free. 375-6264.
FRIDAY 3 | 23
BUILDING GREEN | SALINAS – Local architect Thomas Rettenwender of EcoLogic Design Lab in Sand City kicks off Hartnell’s green building lecture series. 5-6pm. Advanced Technology Design Center, Hartnell, 1752 East Alisal St. Free. 899-2591, http://ecologicdesignlab.com.
MONDAY 3 | 26
TAX TIME | SALINAS – County Tax Collector Mary Zeeb presents on the county budget. The City of Salinas Taxpayers Association leads a discussion on recent tax ballot measures. 5:30-7pm. Pizza Factory, 926 S. Main St. Free. 970-4141.
CLEANING UP FORT ORD | MARINA – Marina in Motion hosts a public forum on the 2012 burn and air quality plans. 6:30-8pm. Public Library, 190 Seaside Circle. Free. 384-5486.
TUESDAY 3 | 27
SHADES OF GREEN | MARINA – How do you know which sustainability programs and services will be valuable to your company? Former executive, entrepreneur and nonprofit management consultant Janet S. Cohen offers a workshop on choosing strategically. Two-part workshop 9am-12:30pm March 27 and April 24. Shoreline Conference Center, 249 10th St. $75, $40/each additional person from an organization. 375-9712, www.cfmco.org/map.