Pat Brown Institute of Public Affairs Presents Forum to Assess Election Results, Secession and its Implications for the future of Los Angeles
Guests Include: L.A. City Councilwoman Wendy Greuel; Stewart Kwoh, Asian American Legal Center of Southern California; Richard Close, San Fernando Valley Independence Committee; and Gene La Pietra, Hollywood Vote
WHO: Los Angeles City Councilwoman Wendy Greuel, Stewart Kwoh, president of the Asian American Legal Center for Southern California, and advocates of the San Fernando Valley and Hollywood secession efforts.
WHAT: The Edmund G. ÂPatÂ Brown Institute of Public Affairs at Cal State L.A. presents a dialogue between opponents and proponents of secession. The Forum, ÂPost-Election Thoughts on Secession,Â will review secession efforts and provide an analysis of the Nov. 5th ballot results.
WHEN: Thursday, November 7, 2002 9:30 AM Â 12:00 PM
WHERE: California State University, Los Angeles, 5151 State University Drive, Los Angeles Â University-Student Union, Alhambra Room AB
WHY: The secession issue is one that will continue beyond the November elections. In a less confrontational venue, Los Angeles residents, businesses, elected officials and policy makers will explore its impact on local government, services, and communities. We must ask: What are the ramifications of the voting results? Where do we go from here? Will there be other secession efforts?
For more information about the forum, please contact Evelyn Aleman at the Pat Brown Institute at (323) 343-3770 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org