It would be a huge understatement to say that Meghan Sahli-Wells is a busy woman. While attending City Council sessions, Culver City Committee meetings, candidate forums and other civic events, Meghan is now walking and bicycling through Culver City neighborhoods to meet voters, hear their views and concerns, and share her vision for the city.
On the heels of her campaign’s first house party, hosted by Gary Silbiger, Barbara Honig and Karlo Silbiger on January 24, and its successful fundraiser the following evening at the downtown Culver City restaurant Meet, there are events planned for February where Meghan will be speaking to – and hearing from – Culver City residents.
A house party in the Lindberg Park neighborhood will be held at 5 P.M on Saturday, Feb. 20. This is a great way for Culver City voters to get to know Meghan – but just as importantly, it is an opportunity for Meghan to get to know them, to hear their issues and ideas.
A “Community Speak-Out on Sustainability” at 5 P.M on Sunday, Feb. 21 will explore ways to encourage city government to make sustainable practices more accessible in Culver City. As Vice-Chair of Culver City’s Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan Committee, a steering committee member of Transition Culver City, and a seasoned bicycle commuter, Meghan will lead a discussion on ways Culver City can encourage sustainable practices, inviting residents to share their knowledge and their dreams for creating a model green city.
Please visit the campaign’s website at www.vote4meghan.com to find out more about attending the house party and the Community Speak-Out on Sustainability, as well as other campaign news and upcoming events.
For more information about “Meghan Sahli-Wells for Council 2010,” including a list of her supporters, a platform description, event details, and ways to donate to or support the campaign, please visit the website at www.vote4meghan.com, or send email to [email protected]