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Pacific Green Party - Portland Metro Chapter Board Meeting

Local Green Party board meetings are open to all; join us for a discussion of current campaigns and volunteer needs. 7pm Wednesday, October 16th, 3534 SE Main Street in Portland (2 blocks north of Hawthorne at 35th Avenue).
The Portland Metro Chapter of the Pacific Green Party, representing Greens in Multnomah, Clackamas and Washington Counties, is currently supporting Measures 23 (Health Care for All), 25 (Raise the Minimum Wage), and 27 (Label GE Foods), as well as the drive to put a People's Utility District on the ballot next spring for a public takeover of Enron-owned PGE.

We have big events planned for the spring and are already gearing up for the 2004 Presidential elections as well as local races. Current volunteer needs include:

- Canvassing: take literature for the Nov. ballot measures door-to-door in your neighborhood

- Distribution of Green Voice newspaper around the Portland Metro Area

- Office, database and web site support

- Event planning and promotion

- Mailing and phonebanking

Please join us for further discussion of these issues and needs; all are welcome at our bi-monthly board meetings. Meet this Wednesday, October 16th at 7pm in the Southeast Uplift building, 3534 SE Main Street in Portland. Hope to see you there!

homepage: homepage: http://www.pdxgreens.org
phone: phone: 971-244-0127

Also 15.Oct.2002 23:49

Anne anolena@runbox.com

We're also holding a water regionalization forum on Thursday, October 17th at 6:30pm at Central Library.

The City of Portland is currently engaged in talks to share control of the Bull Run watershed among the thirteen municipalities that it serves. This important (and under-reported) decision could have a dramatic impact on water rates, new development, and accountability...