Political Responsibility through Informed and Active Participation
The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan political organization
encouraging the informed and active participation of citizens in government.
It influences public policy through education and advocacy.
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Free Community Event - Chemicals in Everyday Products
What are they?
Why should we care?
How can we reduce our health risks?
Tracey Woodruff, PhD, MPH.
Presented jointly by LWV Piedmont &
- Wednesday, April 24, 7+8:30 PM
- Beach School Auditorium, 100 Lake Ave, Piedmont
See page 1 of the April Voter for more information.
Diversity Film Series
"Out In America" is a collection of unique, transformative
stories and inspiring personal narratives told through the lens of the country's most prominent LGBT figures and pioneers, as well as many average, yet extraordinary,
citizens from Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender
communities. The program weaves together diverse stories - from urban and rural America, from the heartland to New
England, from San Francisco to Harlem.
April 24 Ellen Driscoll Playhouse.
See page 3 of the April Voter for more information.
LWVP Annual Meeting and Luncheon
Join us at our Annual Meeting and luncheon and to hear Assemblymember Nancy Skinner who was elected to the State Assembly in 2008.Nancy currently chairs the Assembly Rules Committee and formerly served as chair of the Assembly's Natural Resources Committee.
Reservation for lunch: Send check for $25 payable to LWVP to Karen Hoefs, 156 Hazel Lane, Piedmont 94611, OR call Karen
at 547-0762 for a reservation, then pay at the door. Deadline for reservations: Monday, May 6.
See article on Page 1 of the Voter for more information.
REPORT OF UNDERGOUNDING TASK FORCE
The League of Women Voters of Piedmont created a volunteer Task Force with the goal of providing an independent investigation and report on the Piedmont Hills Undergrounding district. To read the Task Force's Summary of Findings, click HERE
To read the supplemental report, click Here
To read the cover letter of the preliminary report, click Here
BACKGROUND MATERIAL FOR CIVIC INVOLVEMENT MEETING ON SEPTEMBER 8, 2011
Many current and former participants in the city have replied to a questionnaire concerning time commitments, pluses and minuses and rewards concerning their service. To read this report click HERE.
"PIEDMONT OUR TOWN" ON SALE AT CITY HALL
The 2010 edition of the League of Women Voter's booklet "Piedmont Our Town" is for sale at City Hall. This publication describes Piedmont's history, government structure, and relationship to regional bodies. It also includes information on education, public services, community life, and voting. There is a directory of websites and phone numbers at the end, which every home should keep readily available. "Piedmont Our Town" is the perfect gift for a new neighbor, a student, or anyone interested in knowing more about our community.
Also available at City Hall is the League's pocket map of Piedmont. No newcomer, nanny, or house guest should be without one.
Booklets and maps are sold for $3 each, or any two pieces for $5. Cash is accepted, or checks payable to "League of Women Voters Piedmont."
Click to see the cover of the Piedmont Map
Click to see the cover of Piedmont Our Town