A bitter divorce on ethics reform

FOON RHEE

SEPTEMBER 30, 2015

Eye on Sacramento and League of Women Voters joined forces to push City Hall

But after holding 10 public forums, the two groups disagreed on policy and tactics

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BY FOON RHEE

Eye On Sacramento and the League of Women Voters to Host Public Forum on City Ethics & Transparency Reform at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, February 26th at the Artisan Building

Eye On Sacramento (EOS) and League of Women Voters (LWV) are pleased to announce the next public forum on City Ethics & Transparency Reform Project at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday February 26th at the Artisan Building, located at 1901 Del Paso Blvd in Sacramento. The public is invited and encouraged to share ideas and ask questions on ethics, transparency and redistricting reforms for our city.

Attendees will be hearing the results of a survey conducted by a team of EOS & LWV researchers and presented by EOS President Craig Powell and LWV President Paula Lee. City Council Member Allen Warren, Oliver Luby, fromer Ethics Commission Attorney, and Bill Edgar, former City Manager, will be on hand to critique the findings, offer their insights and answer questions from the public.

We encourage you to share the event flyer (found here) with others who may be interested in attending the forum.