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|Our Monthly Members Meeting is held at 6:30 pm on the First Thursday of the month, at the Gomez Center, in downtown Auburn. You can attend the meeting in person or by Zoom. Click the link on the right for more information about our next meeting.|
A MESSAGE FROM OUR PRESIDENT, TERRY RODRIGUEZ
2023 – 2024 Legislation Session
The Federal and State legislation session has begun for the 2023 through 2024 period. Legislation to be voted on includes local ordinances and laws. What is enacted into law depends on who’s elected to advocate for it. This is one major importance of an election, that it will determine what becomes law. In turn, this is also the importance of volunteering to get our candidates elected. Remember that famous quote from John F. Kennedy’s inaugural address, “Ask not what your country can do for you; ask what you can do for your country.”
Each year the Placer County Democratic Party hosts the Roosevelt-Kennedy Dinner. This year, the dinner will take place on Saturday, June 10,at 5:30pm. It will be held in the Timber Creek Ballroom at Sun City Roseville, 7050 Del Webb Blvd, in Roseville. The keynote speaker will be Katie Porter, candidate for Senate.
Individual Tickets are $75 each. Don’t wait to purchase your ticket, as they expect the event to sell out.
MORE INFORMATION AND TICKET PURCHASE
OUR PARTNER – ALLIANCE FOR ENVIRONMENTAL LEADERSHIP
The Alliance for Environmental Leadership (AEL) brings together like-minded organizations and citizens to defend natural ecosystems, to organize for civic action, and to advocate for Smart Growth because it serves all community members and protects the environment that sustains us. Smart Growth reduces dependence on cars in towns and cities. Unless this dependence falls drastically, our transition to lithium battery-powered electric vehicles will deepen local and global environmental and social inequities linked to high-cost housing and mining. It may even jeopardize the 1.5c global heating target. Please click here to read the rest of this article.
And do visit AEL online!
Also, please check out the AEL Enviro Events Blast.
This update from AEL lists all kinds of interesting upcoming events in our area.
Voter Registration Click HERE to register to vote with the State of California.
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