Month

August 2006

Help Defeat Richard Pombo

Green Drinks for McNerney

When: Tuesday, September 5th from 5:30-7:30 p.m.
Where: Varnish Fine Art, located at 77 Natoma Street between 1st and 2nd
Streets in San Francisco.

Jerry McNerney is the Democratic candidate in California’s Eleventh Congressional District, which begins just on the other side of the East Bay Hills. He is running against Rep. Dick Pombo, America’s top wildlife villain and one of the 13 most corrupt politicians in Congress. Jerry McNerney stands for integrity: truth about Iraq, common sense about public finance and healthcare, protecting the environment, and support for education and jobs in Congressional District 11.

This will be a special opportunity for you to meet Jerry and contribute to his campaign. The first 40 drinks are free, but bring your checkbooks to help Jerry unseat America’s top wildlife villain!

September 5, 2006
05:30 PM – 07:00 PM

Venue Information
Varnish Fine Art
77 Natoma St.
San Francisco, CA 94105

to contribute

Supervisor Questionnaire

  1. What are the top 3 environmental issues facing San Francisco?
  2. What can the city do to improve San Francisco’s natural and urban environment?
  3. How do you think we should balance the recreational uses with protecting San Francisco’s natural areas and green spaces? What can the city due to better provide natural habitats, parks, and more trees?
  4. What qualifications would you consider to be most important in Planning Commission appointees?
  5. What measures would you take to encourage San Franciscans to get out of their cars?
  6. Do you feel that environmental racism is an issue in San Francisco? How do you suggest we address this issue?
  7. What, if anything, would you do to change the way the City manages its wastewater and runoff?
  8. What are some concrete steps you will implement as a Supervisor to help our city do its share to combat global warming?
  9. Are you going to participate in the City’s voluntary public financing program? If not, why not and will you comply with the City’s voluntary spending limits?
  10. Why should SFLCV endorse you?

City College Questionnaire

  1. What are your qualifications to be a Community College Board member?
  2. How would you increase public transit use by CCSF students and employees?
  3. Do you support green building standards for new and renovated buildings at CCSF? If so, what should be included in these standards?
  4. What should CCSF do to improve its environmental practices?
  5. What is your opinion of facilities planning at CCSF?
  6. What is your opinion of CCSF’s role in neighborhood planning around its campuses?
  7. Why should SFLCV endorse you?

Board of Education Questionnaire

  1. What are your qualifications for Board of Education
  2. How should the school district improve its coordination with Muni and BART, in order to provide better access to schools for students and employees?
  3. What should the school district do to improve bicycle and pedestrian access to its schools?
  4. Do you support green building standards for new and renovated school district buildings? If so, what should be included in these standards?
  5. What should the School District do to improve its environmental practices?
  6. What is your opinion of the School District’s current environmental education curriculum? How can it be improved?
  7. Should the School District increase the amount of trees, landscaping, and grass play fields at City schools? If so, how should these improvements be paid for?
  8. Why should SFLCV endorse you?