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Agenda: 05/29/09

Dinner/Meeting Announcement

Friday, May 29, 2009

Everyone is encouraged to attend these monthly meetings. This is a great opportunity to meet colleagues from other cities, work together on solutions for our county, get to know how other cities handle issues, make friends and helpful connections, and learn what’s going on with the “big” issues we seldom have time to discuss at council meetings.

Location:
Stanford Park Hotel
100 El Camino Real
Menlo Park, CA 94025
Schedule
6:00 pm Reception begins
6:15 pm City Selection Committee
6:45 pm Business meeting
7:00 pm Dinner
7:30 pm Program
8:30 pm Adjourn

Please contact Chair Terry Nagel if you wish to bring up an item for group discussion or give a committee report.
Telephone: (650) 347-3576 or email: terrynagel@gmail.com

Business Meeting
Friday, May 29, 2009

  • 6:45 p.m. Call to Order by Chair Terry Nagel
  • Roll Call and Introductions of Council Members
  • Introduction of Special Guests by Chair Terry Nagel
  • Board of Supervisors Report
  • Welcome by Mayor Heyward Robinson
  • Approval of Minutes of Previous Meeting
  • Committee Reports
  • Treasurer’s Report
  • Old Business
  • New Business

Program:

San Mateo County’s Hidden Problem: Foreclosures
Our county’s low foreclosure rates mask pockets of instability and human suffering, and they have prevented our county from qualifying for funding under Congress’ Neighborhood Stabilization Program. Learn how Phillip Kilbridge, Executive Director of Habitat for Humanity Greater San Francisco, found a way to combat mounting foreclosures in Menlo Park’s Belle Haven neighborhood through an innovative partnership with the city that other cities may wish to replicate.
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From San Francisco
From I-280 South take Sand Hill Road exit. Turn left on El Camino Real, turn right at Stanford Park Hotel into the parking lot.

From 101
take Marsh Road exit west. Turn left on Middlefield Road, turn right on Ravenswood Avenue, turn left on El Camino Real. The hotel is on the left.

From San Jose
Take I-280 North to Sand Hill Road exit. Turn left on El Camino Real, turn right at Stanford Park Hotel into the parking lot.

Public transportation is available.
Take Caltrain to the Menlo Park Caltrain Station. The Caltrain Station is a short walk to El Camino Real. The hotel is located approximately 4 blocks from the Station. Head South on El Camino Real.

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