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Come Learn from Three Panelists How Three Groups in Our Community Are Dealing with Issues of Affordable Housing.

Saturday, February 22, 2020 • 10:00 A.M. – Noon
Trillium Health
Monroe Square, 259 Monroe Avenue, Rochester
between South Union and Alexander Streets (old Sears Building)

Plenty of free parking behind the building:
drive up to the yellow gates; they will open automatically.
Handicapped accessible.

OUR PANELISTS INCLUDE:
Bret Garwood, President, Home Leasing, LLC (local affordable housing developer and property manager)
Carol Wheeler, Manager of Housing, City of Rochester
Patrick Craig, National Board Member and East Coast Political Educator, The National Union of the Homeless; President and Founder, Political Educator, and Lead Organizer, Rochester Homeless Union; Coordinating Committee Member,
Poor People’s Campaign

Program facilitator:   Ann Carmody ann.carmody2012@gmail.com
Register online now or at 262-3730.
Please invite others to attend!


Rochester skylineFebruary 8th Program Planning Meeting

Saturday, February 8, 9:30 A.M. – 11:30 A.M.
Lutheran Church of the Incarnate Word
597 East Ave, Rochester, NY 14607
Entrance from the parking lot on Goodman Street

• To participate in the update of the LWVNYS position on a (NYS) Constitutional Convention (for details see https://my.lwv.org/new-york-state/constitutional-convention-update);
• To discuss LWV-RMA positions and possible local studies in preparation for our local Annual Meeting in June;
• To add our voices to those of other local leagues in evaluating current LWVUS positions and recommending studies for the next biennium which will be voted on at the LWVUS Convention in June.

We invite all members to join us. We need to hear from seasoned members as well as new members. Suggestions for possible local studies at last year’s Program Planning meeting led to some of this year’s forums.

We suggest that you review the current League positions in advance, but if you do not have the time, we still welcome your input.

Our local positions can be found at http://www.lwv-ma.org/POSITIONS%20%20LOCAL%20LEAGUE.pdf.
LWVUS positions can be found at https://www.lwv.org/sites/default/files/2019-04/LWV%202018-20%20 Impact%20on%20Issues.pdf.

A summary is posted at http://www.lwv-rma.org/LWVUS%20 Position%20Summary%202018-2020.pdf. You can also click on Links and Positions on our website (the last item on the menu to the left).

We look forward to seeing you on February 8. If you have a suggestion for a local study and cannot attend the meeting, please send an email to info@lwv-rma.org with your idea and it will be brought up at the meeting. If you can attend, please register at 262-3730 or online now.
Judy Weinstein, Government Committee chair


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