Immigration Commission visits District 11

On Monday, The City’s Immigration Commission holds a meeting in Supervisor John Avalos’ District 11 to discuss such things as the impact of the economic crisis on the Excelsior neighborhood and immigrant communities, home foreclosures and car impoundments. The meeting, which begins at 5:30 pm, includes opening remarks from Avalos.

Overall, the meeting will be conducted in an open forum format design for residents to be able to speak about what concerns they might have. It takes place at the James Denman Middle School Auditorium, located at 241 Oneida Ave. The commission meeting adds to the already busy day for political activity on Monday.
 

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