Candidates vying for seats on the seven-member CCSF Board of Trustees will gather at New America Media on Friday, Oct. 12 to discuss their plans to preserve one of the city’s most vital institutions. The event offers a valuable opportunity for attendees to pose questions to potential decision makers that may determine the fate of City College.
Rodrigo Santos (Incumbent)
Natalie Berg (Incumbent)
Chris Jackson (Incumbent)
Steve Ngo (Incumbent)
October 12, 2012. 11am-12:30pm. (Lunch Will Be Provided)
New America Media, 275 9th Street, San Francisco, CA 94103 (Street
Parking Available on Folsom St. and Harrison St.)
Vivian Po, firstname.lastname@example.org, 415-503-4170
Funding for this event provided by the San Francisco Foundation.
The event is co-hosted by NAM and a collaboration of ethnic and community media in San Francisco.
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