Catalyze SV’s Monthly Project Advocacy Committee (PAC) Meeting
Updated: Aug 27, 2019
You’re encouraged to attend & participate!
What: Catalyze SV’s monthly Project Advocacy Committee (PAC) meeting
When: a week from tonight, Wednesday, August 28th from 6:30 - 8:30 pm
Location: Westminster Presbyterian Church at 1100 Shasta Avenue, San Jose.
As in recent months, we're gathering at a place near the project we’re evaluating this month.
To Find Us: Enter on Shasta Ave, and go down the stairs to the room known as “The Hiding Place.”
Project Location: 1301 W. San Carlos Street, Midtown San Jose. Located in an urban village.
Developer: The Core Companies
Project Background: Catalyze SV is one of the first groups to see this proposal at its inception, which is fantastic because it allows us a chance to offer good ideas on making it the best possible project! The Core Companies is excited to present and looks forward to our feedback.
Proposed Plan from the developer and Refresher on How Catalyze SV Scores Projects
All Are Welcome: Anyone is eligible to attend our meetings and share their perspectives.
Remote Participation: Our meeting will be broadcast on our Facebook Live page for those who can’t attend.
Voting Eligibility: Only those who have donated to Catalyze SV in the last 12 months + attended a previous Project Advocacy Committee meeting are eligible to vote on projects.
Voting Remotely: If you are eligible & would like to vote remotely, send in your votes to firstname.lastname@example.org on each of the 7 categories by 6:30 pm on 8/28.
Dinner: A light dinner will be provided for all Catalyze SV members who email email@example.com by 12 pm on 8/28 to request dinner & share any dietary restrictions.
If you would like to walk the site beforehand, or catch up in person over coffee, please let me know and we can meet early. Thanks to Westminster Presbyterian, Colleen & Reverend Franzen for hosting us this month!
See a bunch of you next week! - Alex
Alex Shoor Executive Director Catalyze SV alex@CatalyzeSV.org
Catalyze SV engages community members, developers, and city leaders to envision and create sustainable, equitable, and vibrant places for people in Silicon Valley.