CCAC has provided this community with outstanding service at a number of
The cuts were unfortunate and needlessly penalized an organization that
service to the community as its core operation. We, as a
community, need to make sure these
cuts do not impact such a service organization in the future.. For
starters E-Mail / write to your Council Members in Council Districts
1 & 13
Lobby the Office of the Mayor when the City Budget is being shaped.
Go to a City Council session and speak up for CCAC during
(Under Public Comments if it is not an agenda item).
Speak up at a Public Works Commission Meeting. CCAC is a sub contractor and
such comes under the Commission's purview. Your participation needs
to continue. Track
what the allocations are. Call/e-mail to see what progress has been
Call the City's 311 number to find out how to get in touch with those
Speak up for valid and invaluable services provided by organizations in the
community such as
Central City Action Committee. CCAC is a not-for profit organization.
A contribution, will be put
to good use that benefits community. Central City Action Committee is a
crown jewel in this community
whose service is appreciated and must be
supported if its future is to be assured.
In a message dated 8/18/2013 1:11:54 P.M. Pacific Standard Time,
She's hanging in there......it's hard not having Gloria at the
center....with budget cuts and the economy they are piecing it
together....I'll put the word out the next time they do rummage sale....it
pays for the kids field trips...
--- In EchoElysianNCForum@yahoogroups.com,
> I'm very sorry. How is Marianne?
> On Aug 18, 2013, at 12:05 PM, "cp00733" <peterscp007@...>
> > Mostly Dave Bermudez and a small
crew..... They had to lay off a lot of staff due to budget cuts..
> > --- In EchoElysianNCForum@yahoogroups.com,
> > >
> > > Who does the painting
> > >