PALMDALE – Informed, spirited and enlightened discussion is on the menu for the next “Topics Luncheon” sponsored by the League of Women Voters Antelope Valley. The quarterly roundtable lunch discussion will begin at 11:30 a.m. on Thursday, January 17, at the Palmdale Hotel, 300 West Palmdale Boulevard.
Each table will have a different topic and be moderated in order to ensure respectful and helpful discussion. Topics for the luncheon include:
- Local Government Living Within Their Means- No “Fiscal Cliffs” allowed.
Hosted by Palmdale Mayor James Ledford, and Palmdale Planning Commissioner Patricia Shaw.
- LWVAV 2013 and beyond! Our voice, our time.
Hosted by LWVAV President Denise Latanzi
- Dangerous Dogs? Dangerous Owners? Dangerous Laws? How can local governments effectively deal with this issue?
Hosted by LWVAV Director Debbie Caldwell
- The Changing Assembly District- What does new leadership mean to the Antelope Valley
Hosted by Sandy Corrales-Eneix, Field Deputy for Assembly Member Steve Fox
- School Safety after Sandy Hook, What can we do?
Hosted by Palmdale School District Trustee Carol Stanford.
“These luncheons provide a starting place to really begin a conversation on issues,” said Denise Latanzi, LWVAV president. “It’s the first step sometimes in finding that middle ground on issues that can be highly controversial.”
The cost of the Luncheon is $20, and seating is limited. RSVP on the LWVAV Facebook here.
Admission can be prepaid at www.lwvav.org by credit card. Cash or check will be accepted at the door.
The League of Women Voters Antelope Valley is a non-profit, non-partisan organization that neither supports, nor endorses any particular candidate or party. LWVAV is part of a national organization dedicated to improving systems of government. For more information or to become a member, visit www.lwvav.org .
(Information via press release from the League of Women Voters Antelope Valley.)