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Sheri Furman

Jul 6, 2021, 12:45:45 AM7/6/21
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This is an FYI.

Reminder of a meeting with Assembly Member Marc Berman Tuesday July 6th at 5:30PM
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We would like to give a heartfelt


to all the residents who took the time to respond to our poll on SB9.
The final results (after removing duplicate entries and those with invalid email addresses) were:

Total Respondents: 886

Oppose SB9: 764 (86.2%)

Support SB9: 113 (12.8%)

No Opinion: 9 ( 1.0%)

NOW is the time to follow up and take the action.

Join us in a meeting with

Assembly Member Marc Berman

And if you can, make a call to his office TONIGHT and follow the script below.

Dear Friends -
Six controversial top-down housing bills (SB9, SB10, SB8, SB290, SB477 and SB478) that would convert single-family neighborhoods into high-density housing - without requiring affordable housing - are being heard in the State Assembly. Developer/ corporate backers hope the bills pass before the public weighs in on it.

Join United Neighbors AD-24 in a meeting with
Assembly Member Marc Berman
Tuesday, July 6 at 5:30PM

Before Tuesday morning at 9:00 am, take 10 minutes to make a call. Calling early or after hours to leave a message is OK.

CALL TO ACTION:SCRIPT (adapt to fit):

My name is ___. I’m calling re: Senate Bills coming up for a vote in the State Assembly. My group (name) and I OPPOSE SB 8, 9, 10, 290, 477, and 478. The policies of these bills destroy single-family neighborhoods without providing affordable homes. They worsen fire danger, remove parking, and take away local control. I live in the Assemblymember’s district, and

I am asking him to meet with us on July 6th and hear our concerns over these bills.

Capitol Office (916) 319-2024
District Office (650) 324-0224
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Pat yourself on the back for taking action in support of transparency and sound housing policy.

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