Beginning February 22, Folsom Lake College and the Folsom Chamber of Commerce will present ‘Issues and Insight’ a 4 part civic series on topics of interest in the community.
The series serves serves as a platform for interaction with our leaders and city officials and is free to the public.
“Folsom is a great place to live,” said Folsom Chamber of Commerce Board Chair Sarah Aquino, “and this series gives insight into the issues that affect us all.”
Each session will focus on a different topic, and all are designed to educate and inform the public as well as those taking on leadership roles.
Session 1 is: Sustaining a Safe & Resilient Folsom/How state, county and city leaders work together for our community. This opening session will feature a panel of experts including Folsom Police Chief Cynthia Renaud, Sacramento County District Attorney Anne Marie Schubert, Sacramento County Chief of Emergency Services Stephen Cantelme, and Mark Ghilarducci, Director, California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services
Session 2 – A Prepared City/Focus on Water – March 7
Session 3 – A Vibrant City/Why is Folsom so Highly Ranked? – April 18
Session 4 – A Committed City/Strategies and Issues for City Leaders – May 2
These interactive forums are free to attend and will be held at Folsom Lake College. Doors will open at 6:00 pm. Watch for the signs directing you to Buckeye Hall, Large Lecture Hall, Room FL3-173. Parking is $2.00.
For more information, contact Nan Bloodworth, Folsom Chamber of Commerce, 916 985 2698