Folks for Polk Pub Talk With Supervisors Scott Wiener, Julie Christensen, and London Breed

From Folks for Polk:

“What are we really talking about when we talk about Polk Street?”

Jump into a lively conversation with the President and two members of SF’s Board of Supervisors. We’ll kick off connecting the dots between new infrastructure and gentrification. Tell us your thoughts about living in and getting about SF. Ask your questions over a pint at this relaxed gathering.

Cost includes great food & drink
Please pre-book ($5.21 total)
http://bit.ly/FFPPub415
At the door $7.00 – Cash onlyod

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    Looking forward to it!

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