Sept. 4, 2011 – A birds-eye view of the hot-button topic of redistricting will be presented by a panel of key players at a special program sponsored by the League of Women Voters Pasadena Area Sept. 8 at the Women’s City Club, 160 N. Oakland Ave. Part of Lunch with the League, the free public program begins at noon. Lunch is at 11:30. Free parking is available on North Madison Avenue in the lot behind the Women’s City Club.
Panelists are Kathy Feng, executive director of Common Cause; Dr. Lori Glasgow, assistant chief deputy for county Supervisor Mike Antonovich; and Tara Schultz, director of administrative services of Alhambra.
Feng will bring a perspective on developments in drawing boundaries for new Assembly, Senate and Congressional districts. Glasgow will discuss challenges to modest changes proposed by a county commission for the five supervisorial districts. Schultz will describe how Alhambra has proceeded with its redistricting process.
The lunch is $25, the program is free. For luncheon reservations and further information, call 626-798-0965. No reservations needed to attend the program only.