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Former Metro Board Chair Takes Your Questions This Weekend

7:31 AM PDT on August 5, 2008

O__Connor.jpgHad enough discussion on the proposed sales tax yet?  If not, you might want to check out the general membership meeting of the Southern California Transit Advocates this Saturday at 1 P.M.  The former Metro Board Chair, and current Board Member, will begin her presentation at 2:15 P.M. 

From the SoCATA website:

Pam O'Connor, member of the Metro Board of Directors, will be the guest speaker at the August 9 meeting.

Ms.O'Connor, who has just completed a one-year term as Chair of the MetroBoard, has served on the Santa Monica City Council since 1994 and hasserved three terms as that city's mayor.

Southern CaliforniaTransit Advocates holds general membership meetings at Angelus Plaza,255 S. Hill St., in the fourth floor meeting room. The meeting beginsat 1:00pm and Ms. O'Connor will speak at 2:15pm. The general public iswelcome to attend. For information on public transit service to themeeting location, click the "Meetings" button in the left-hand menu.

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