April 22, San Carlos City Council: Moratorium on Commercial Development; San Carlos Needs Housing
We are asking the San Carlos City Council for a moratorium on commercial development so the community can have a discussion on building more housing.
- Over 2M sq ft of new commercial/office space development is planned for San Carlos
- This may result in over 6,000 new jobs created in San Carlos
- There is no plan to accommodate all these new workers; where will they live? how will they commute?
- We ask for a moratorium on new commercial development; we want to have a community dialog on how to build more housing for essential workers and new workers in San Carlos.
When: April 22, 7:00pm
Where: San Carlos City Hall, 600 Elm St, San Carlos, CA 94070
SWING LEFT EVENT
Join us for our first in a series of speaker events!
Kelly Ward, President, National Democratic Redistricting Committee
When: Sunday, April 28, 2:00 – 4:00 PM
Where: Trinity Episcopal Church, 330 Ravenswood Avenue, Menlo Park, CA 94025
Space is limited so RSVP early.
Swing Left’s 2020 mission is to win all the Houses in 2020 – the White House, the Senate, the House, and the State Houses key to rolling back Republican gerrymandering! We’ve identified eleven “Super States” where the most important of these battles are concentrated: AZ, CO, TX, FL, PA, ME, WI, MI, OH, GA, NC, OH.
Kelly will explain why the Super States are so important to this fight and will report on the steps that NDRC took during the 2018 election cycle to advance legal action, build political infrastructure, and win targeted elections to achieve a fairer redistricting process.
Stand for Public School
When May 8th 4–5pm on El Camino in San Carlos! #rally #CApublicschools
Where: Rally Locations for SCSD Schools:
Along El Camino
White Oaks – Eaton to White Oak Way
Arroyo/CMS – White Oak Way to Brittan (New York Pizza side)
Brittan Acres – Brittan Ave to Olive
TL/Mariposa – Olive to San Carlos Ave (both sides of El Camino/CalTrain parking)
Along San Carlos Ave
Heather – El Camino to Walnut (South side ie Starbucks/Blue Line)
Arundel – El Camino to Walnut (North side i.e. Tutti Frutti, San Mateo Transit)
Charter – Walnut to Elm (Both sides of street i.e. CVS
Preschool/Seniors – Invited to rally at City Hall Park