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SAN PABLO AGAINST EMINENT DOMAIN

Posted by xaviervir on April 29, 2010

RALLY

Picket rally in front of City Hall

Monday  May 3

6 – 7pm

(then march to City Hall meeting at Maple Hall 7pm)

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MEETING AT CITY HALL

Monday May 3

7PM

(Last chance to speak out against eminent domain)

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3 Responses to “SAN PABLO AGAINST EMINENT DOMAIN”

  1. carolina said

    do you kno when they will make their decisiom?

  2. xaviervir said

    Carolina – The City Council has not made a decision yet. They have postponed making any decisions and have not said when they will vote on Eminent domain. Maybe at tonight’s meeting we’ll get some kind of decision out of them. Xavier

  3. Another great turnout last night of San Pablo citizens fighting eminent domain in San Pablo.

    Here is video of interview with Caroline Guzman, 19 year resident of San Pablo who is afraid of losing her home:

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