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How do you communicate with your elected officials?

Original post made by CDSI Research on Jun 20, 2010

Dear Emily,

Iron Horse corridor neighborhoods e-exchanges have been sharing their communications with elected officials and the responses they receive. The goal is to determine the best practices for communication with governments, districts and political groups in support of community and neighborhood interests.

After a significant response from neighborhoods' participants, neighborhoods thought your readers might wish to share their methods of communications with the county, towns, SRVUSD and more, and how well those governments responded.

Hal/CDSI Research

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Posted by CDSI Research, a resident of Alamo
on Jun 22, 2010 at 12:34 pm

Dear Emily,

Contra Costa County Municipal Advisory Council for Alamo ("CCC-MAC Alamo"), July 20, 2010, will discuss Communication by and between the MAC and the Alamo community. Meeting starts at 7PM at The Cottage, Hap Magee Ranch Park, Danville CA.

If your Alamo readers wish to submit commentary in writing prior to the meeting, please e-mail alamomac2010@gmail.com. Your readers might help your coverage by posting commentary in this Forum exchange.

As a CDSI Community Courtesy


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