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Better Cupertino Town Hall Meeting

April 23 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Free

A Forum on Sensible Growth

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How do we manage growth to balance between our quality of life and impacts from fast growing economy? How can we address the increasing demands of mobility, schools and other public infrastructure? Please join this forum, an exceptional opportunity to exchange ideas with our elected officials and share information with friends and community leaders.

Hosted by:

 

Panelists:
Ro Khanna (Congressman District 17)
Michael Goldman (Sunnyvale City Council)
Chappie Jones (San Jose City Council)
Lydia Kuo (Palo Alto City Council)
Steven Scharf (Cupertino City Council)

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Special Thanks to our sponsors! Without your help, we won’t make it happen. Better Cupertino plans to hold more similar town hall forums in the future to discuss issues that affect us and our Bay Area neighbors. Only with the continuous support of our friends, we can promote sensible growth aligned with the needs and interests of the majority in our community.

Premium Business sponsors:
1. Ding Weifen Memorial Foundation 丁惟汾紀念基金會

2. IvyMax Learning Center 飛達學院

3. Springlight Education Institution 春暉教育

 

4. Danjian Wu
(For friends who have financial questions, please call 408-515-6030).

 

Business sponsors:
1. Cupertino Connect


2. Gorska Design


3. Sarah Huang – Real Estate Agent, 黃英 – 資深學區房專家

Personal sponsors:
Sujuan Cai, Zhi Chen, Liana Crabtree, Phyllis Dickstein, Ignatius Ding, Deanna Forsythe, Ping Gao, Jerry Liu, Muni Madhdhipatla, James Moore, John Moore, Venkatesh Nayak, Qin Pan, Alan Penn, Gregory Schaffer, Guoming Shou, Vanessa Su, Danessa Techmanski, Cathy Wang, Bingxi Wood, Gilbert Wong, Li Xu, Michael Zhu

Details

Date:
April 23
Time:
3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Cost:
Free
Event Category:

Venue

Cupertino Community Hall
10300 Torre Avenue
Cupertino, 95014 United States
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Organizers

Better Cupertino
SVCAF (Silicon Valley Chinese Association Foundation)

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