PCDO Monthly Membership Meeting

Jun 23 2013 7:15 pm

Suzanne Patterson Center, 45 Stockton St (behind former Princeton Borough Hall)

 

"Endorse Your Favorite Democratic Candidate for US Senate".

Candidates or representatives have been invited to speak from the Booker, Holt, Oliver, and Pallone Senate Campaigns.

Main program:

"Growing The Mercer County Economy"

Panel Discussion With Policy Makers and Elected Officials

Panel Discussants: 

·      Liz Muoio, Director of Economic Development and Sustainability for Mercer County

·      Andrew Koontz, Mercer County Freeholder

·      Aaron Watson, Director of Transportation and Infrastructure for Mercer County

·      Melinda Montgomery, Mercer Country Airport Manager

PCDO Membership Meeting - Forum on Latino Issues

May 19 2013 7:00 pm

At Suzanne Patterson Center, 45 Stockton St (behind former Princeton Borough Hall).  Note early starting time of 7:00.

 

 

FORUM ON LATINO NATIONAL AND LOCAL ISSUES

SUNDAY, MAY 19TH – 7:00-9:00 PM

                    

Panelists:

 

Kerri Talbot - Senator Menendez's counsel on immigration reform and a bill manager for his reform bill (via Skype from Washington, D.C.)

 

Ryan Lilienthal - Immigration attorney

 

Maria Juega (Charo) - Director of the Latin American Legal Defense and Education Fund (LALDEF)

 

Heather Howard - Member of the Princeton Council

 

Kevin Wilkes - Panel Moderator& former Princeton Borough Council member & former Council President

 

The panelists will be speaking primarily in English, with additional comments/explanations in Spanish.  During questions and answers, those who feel most comfortable in Spanish may feel free to give their questions in Spanish. 

 

PCDO Monthly Membership Meeting

Apr 21 2013 7:00 pm

Suzanne Patterson Center, 45 Stockton St (behind former Princeton Borough Hall)

Note: meeting starts at 7:00 (30 minutes earlier than usual) so that we have time to see a background presentation before the discussion.

 

Belmar Mayor Matt Doherty and environmental and land use planning expert Barry Chalofsky are the panelists for a program on Understanding how we can best rebuild devastated shore communities while protecting the environment of our treasured coastline.  Princeton Mayor Liz Lempert will serve as moderator. PCDO members and the public are invited to participate in the discussion

 

Mayor Doherty is governing on the front lines of a hard-hit shore community in the process of rebuilding after Superstorm Sandy. Mr. Chalofsky is principal of Barry Chalofsky & Associates, an environmental and land use planning consulting firm, former Adjunct Professor at Rutgers University for 22 years, and author of numerous article and two books: The Home and Land Buyer’s Guide to the Environment and The Real Estate Guide to the Environment. He worked for the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection for 35 years.

PCDO Monthly Membership Meeting

Mar 17 2013 7:30 pm

 

Why We Need A Strong Democratic Governor!

 

“Q and A” with State Senator Barbara Buono

 

Democratic Candidate for Governor

 

Plus

 

Marie Corfield

 

Democratic Candidate for State Assembly

 

PCDO Endorsement Vote For Princeton Council

 

Jenny Crumiller

Patrick Simon

 

All attendees with an up to date PCDO Membership as of 3/03/13 may participate in the endorsement vote.

 

Sunday, March 17th from 7:30-9:00 PM 
Suzanne Patterson Center, 45 Stockton St (behind former Princeton Borough Hall)

 

Join Us, Bring a Friend, and Your Questions

 

 

 

 

PCDO Monthly Membership Meeting

Feb 17 2013 7:30 pm

Suzanne Patterson Center, 45 Stockton St (behind former Princeton Borough Hall)

 

What Should Our New Town Government’s Priorities Be?
 
“Q and A” with Mayor Liz Lempert
on
Governing in Year 1 and Beyond
 
PLUS
 
PCDO Endorsement Votes for Governor and County Freeholder
 
“Buono for Governor” Campaign
 
County Freeholders Carabelli and Koontz
 
This Sunday, February 17th from 7:30-9:00 PM at the Suzanne Patterson Center
 
Come Join Us and Bring a Friend!!!

PCDO CHARITY 2012: FOCUS ON HOMELESSNESS

This year, as New Jerseyans face growing rates of foreclosure and many have lost their homes to Hurricane Sandy, we at PCDO  are asking our members to support those who help the homeless in our community. Our donations at the PCDO meeting on Sunday, December 16 are going to HomeFront, a great service and advocacy organization.  From the HomeFront website:

On any given night, HomeFront provides shelter to 450 people, most of them children. We also provide food to hundreds every week, but these services are only the beginning. We have a host of programs to prevent homelessness, provide affordable housing, encourage education, teach job skills and promote good child care and positive family life. We seek to provide low-income families in our community with permanent solutions to the agonies of poverty – solutions that pass from this generation to the next.

In these troubled economic times more and more families face unemployment, foreclosure, homelessness and hunger. The demand for our services has seriously increased. Donations from our supporters are more important than ever. You can make a difference in their lives:

Make an online donation to HomeFront

 

OTHER SUPPORT ORGANIZATIONS (a sampling):

Thanks for your generosity.  May your giving warm your holiday season!   

Happy holidays from the PCDO Executive Board.

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