Petaluma City Council Campaign 2020: First of Two Petaluma City Council Debates Online, Tuesday September 15 @ 5:30 pm

The Petaluma Community Relations Council (PCRC) is hosting the first of two debates amongst the candidates for Petaluma City Council, at 5:30 pm on Tuesday, September 15, 2020. According to a PCRC press release, this event will “focus on the General Plan, including Climate and Equity in Planning; and Housing, including Affordable Housing, Planning, and Urban Growth Boundary.”

Incumbents Mike Healy, Gabe Kearney, and Kathleen Miller; and challengers, Brian Barnacle, Robert Conklin, Susan Kirks, Dennis Pocekay, and Lizzie Wallack will be participating.

The event will be moderated by Ted Keys.

DATE:              Tuesday September 15, 2020
TIME:               5:30 pm – 7:00 pm
VENUE:            Online Webinar

Zoom join link for attendees:
Webinar ID: 828 9610 9373

To join by phone, dial: (669) 900-6833
Webinar ID: 828 9610 9373

The second PCRC-sponsored debate will occur on Tuesday, September 29, 2020.

Graphic courtesy of Petaluma Community Access

About the PCRC (from the press release):

Formed in 2016, PCRC is a nonpartisan alliance of representatives from faith communities, organizations, city government, as well as Petaluma residents, to facilitate dialogue and advocate for a shared message of unity.

Petaluma Community Relations Council Steering Committee: Rabbi Ted Feldman, Chair, Elece Hempel, Faith Ross, Phyllis Tajii, Lou Zweier, Peggy Sebera, Carole Barlas, Robert Tomaszewski, Erica Stuart/Coordinator

PCRC’s mission is to serve as a coalition of individuals and groups, promoting the values of respect, appreciation and understanding of diversity among all people in our community. By fostering positive human relations, we identify and confront discrimination, respond to the needs of our community, and serve as a source of information and advocacy.

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