The Voter 2005 Edition
THE VOTER: FEBRUARY 2005
February 2005 VOTER
includes information on: Feb. 12 Membership meeting, Citizens of Achievement (April 10), League involvement in civic education, LWVC votes action priority for redistricting, FDA Morning-After pill decision delayed
THE VOTER: MARCH 2005
March 2005 VOTER
includes information on: March 12 (Saturday) breakfast meeting with Audrey Mathews speaking on California's budget; League of Women Voter's San Bernardino celebrates its 50th anniversary at Gourmet Restaurant March 19, 11:30 a.m., speakers on the future of citizen involvement in political decision making; EdSource Forum "Shaking Up the Status Quo: The Movement to Transform High School" Thursday March 17 in Manhatten Beach; League of Women Voter's California Convention May 20-22.
Listed below is Information on tax expenditures in PDF Format.
THE VOTER: APRIL 2005
April 2005 VOTER
includes information on: The League of Women Voters San Bernardino's Citizen of Achievement Awards (which will be presented on April 10, from 2-4 pm. at the County Government Center); the presentation by Dr. Audrey Mathews on California's State Budget; the panel (Joe Baca, Lois Carson, John Longville, Teresa Parra and Chuck Terrell) which spoke on experience in government; and League actions on national issues.
Citizens of Achievement who will be honored on April 10: Ruby Baker, Tina L. Beth, Cheri Bronstrup, Henry Calderilla, Judy Cestaro, Pratap Champsi, Mike Clark, Thomas M. Davis, Dr. Arturo Delgado, Timothy D. Derryberry, Dr. Cheryl Fischer, Dr. Albert K. Karnig, Dr. Will Roberts, Paquita Schoellhorn, Bobbie Terrell and Pat Yeates-Ursetta.
THE VOTER: SEPTEMBER 2005
September 2005 VOTER
includes information on: "Hot Topic luncheon" (Cassie MacDuff will speak on government ethics and the S.B. County Board of Supervisors); League of Women Voters of California positions on Nov. 8 Ballot Measures; League of Women Voters, San Bernardino endorses local Measure S: The Library Relief Act.
THE VOTER: OCTOBER 2005
October 2005 VOTER
includes information on: "Hot Topic Luncheon" (topic will be on eminent domain, "When may the government take your property?"; Redlands ballot measures P (Managed Growth), Q (City Seal), and R (Zone Change); the California League's recommendations on state ballot measures; San Bernardino's League's activities including a report on new electronic voting machines that give voters a hardcopy of their vote.