OWL ALERT June 13, 2021

SAN FRANCISCO 2021/2022 AND 2022/2023 BUDGET 

SITUATION:  San Francisco Mayor London Breed has submitted the Mayor’s Proposed Budget for 2021/2022 and 2022/2023. The Board of Supervisors is currently considering adjustments to the Mayor’s Proposed Budget.  Now is the time for public input.  The Senior and Disability Action (SDA) organization has identified the following three items that need to be included in the budget to benefit Seniors and Persons with Disabilities:

1. $3,000,000.00 to fund an existing rental subsidies program for Seniors and Persons with Disabilities to avert evictions and homelessness.

2. $3,000,000.00 to expand the existing Senior Operating Subsidies program that provides funding for Seniors whose income is Social Security or SSI so they can afford rental units in Senior Housing.

3. $900,000.00 for desktops, laptops, internet service, and digital training for Seniors and Persons with Disabilities.

ACTION:  Call and/or e-mail your Supervisor by June 25, 2021 and ask for inclusion of these items in the City’s budget.

CONTACTS:

District 1: Connie Chan – (415)554-7410; ChanStaff@sfgov.org

District 2: Catherine Stefani – (415)554-7752; Catherine.Stefani@sfgov.org

District 3: Aaron Peskin – (415)554-7450; Aaron.Peskin@sfgov.org

District 4: Gordon Mar – (415)554-7460; Gordon.Mar@sfgov.org

District 5:  Dean Preston: – (415)554-7630; Dean.Preston@sfgov.org

District 6: Matt Haney – (415)554-7970; Matt.Haney@sfgov.org

District 7: Myrna Melgar – (415)554-6516; MelgarStaff@sfgov.org

District 8: Rafael Mandleman – (415)554-6968; MandlemanStaff@sfgov.org

District 9: Hillary Ronan – (415)554-5144; Hillary.Ronen@sfgov.org

District 10: Shamann Walton – (415)554-7670; Shamann.Walton@sfgov.org

District 11: Ahsha Safai -(415)554-6975; Ahsha.Safai@sfgov.org

Seasoned Voices: Telling Our Stories, Sharing Our Insights on June 26, 2021, 11 AM to Noon

Women’s voices are important in today’s world.  Voices of older women are especially significant for their perspective on decades lived, and lessons learned.  Writing a memoir is one vehicle for telling stories documenting the history and societal change we have been a part of creating!  Join OWL for a presentation on this unique form of getting voices of older women out into the world.

Program includes:

  • E. Eastman, writer, teacher, and memoir coach, who will talk about what a memoir is, its many forms, how to get started, and how to keep your project focused and engaging.
  • OWL member Melanie Grossman has just published her memoir, Crossing Bayou Teche.  She will share her own process in creating a memoir and new understandings gained, followed by selected readings.
  • Q&A period to follow.

Zoom Meeting link with telephone access will be sent prior to the meeting

OWL ALERT May 26, 2021

Fight Back Against Pollution in the Bay Area


SITUATION: Big Oil Lobbyists are trying to kill a landmark rule before the Air District Board to demand installation of “scrubbers” to remove harmful particles, gases, or chemical byproducts from the industrial smokestacks of the Bay Area’s oil refineries.

 

ACTIONS

  1. Call, email or write Supervisor Shamann Walton (the most pivotal SF member) urging him to vote in favor of the “strict scrubber rule for refineries.” 

Shamann Walton, Dist. 10, 415-554-7670, Shamann.Walton@sfgov.org

 

  1. Call the Air District Board of Directors.

Leave a message (press option #5) at (415) 749-4900

Here’s a suggestion of your message

Dear Supervisor Walton / Board of Directors,

I’m counting on your vote to adopt the STRICT rule for scrubbers on Bay Area oil refineries.  This technology is already in use at most refineries in the US.  I know that you are concerned about the frontline communities who are most impacted by particulate air pollution.  Please help us protect them and ourselves!

OWL ALERT May 22, 2021

 Rental Subsidies for Low Income Seniors and People with Disabilities are vital to Keeping Seniors Housed and Safe

SITUATION A majority of senior renters and people with disabilities in S.F. have incomes too low to qualify for “affordable” housing and need rental subsidies to afford even these programs.   There are 2 types of rental subsidies:

1) Portable Rental Subsidies provide assistance with rent payments that stay with the tenant if they need to move.

2)  Senior Operating Subsidies (SOS): Subsidies stay with the rental unit as “deeply affordable” set asides for very low-income seniors.  Funds for SOS program presently available for 5 years only starting in 2019.

Both of these programs have been successful and must be expanded!

ACTION:  

1) Phone and/or email Mayor London Breed and ask her to fund $3 million for portable rental subsidies and $3M for Senior Operating Subsidies in the Fiscal Year 2021-22 budget.

 

CONTACT: PLEASE CALL ASAP BECAUSE THE MAYOR ANNOUNCES HER BUDGET ON JUNE 1!!!

Mayor London Breed, Phone: (415) 554-6141

E-mail: mayorlondonbreed@sfgov.org

OWL Alert May 12, 2021

BAN UN-IDENTIFIABLE, SELF-ASSEMBLED GUNS IN SAN FRANCISCO!

 SITUATION: “Ghost Guns” are becoming increasingly popular in the Bay Area because they can be bought legally without a background check and shipped to any location.  44% of guns recovered from San Francisco homicides are ghost guns. They are a public safety threat as mounting numbers are being found in the aftermath of gang violence, burglaries and neighborhood shootings.

ACTION:   New legislation, proposed by Supervisor Catherine Stefani, completely bans the possession and sale of ghost guns and their untraceable components. 

Call and email your supervisor and tell him or her to make our communities safer and stop the surge of shootings across our city by supporting this “Ghost Gun” legislation.

Contacts for Supervisors:

Connie Chan, Dist. 1, 415-554-7410, ChanStaff@sfgov.org

Catherine Stefani, Dist. 2, 415-554-7752, Catherine.Stefani@sfgov.org

Aaron Peskin, Dist. 3, 415-554-7450, Aaron.Peskin@sfgov.org

Gordon Mar, Dist. 4, 415-554-7460, Gordon.Mar@sfgov.org

Dean Preston, Dist. 5, 415-554-7630, Dean.Preston@sfgov.org

Matt Haney, Dist. 6, 415-554-7970, Matt.Haney@sfgov.org

Myrna Melgar, Dist. 7, (415) 554-6516, MelgarStaff@sfgov.org

Rafael Mandelman, Dist. 8, 415-554-6968, MandelmanStaff@sfgov.org

Hillary Ronen, Dist. 9, 415-554-5144, Hillary.Ronen@sfgov.org

Shamann Walton, Dist. 10, 415-554-7670, Shamman.Walton@sfgov.org

Ashsa Safai, Dist. 11, 415-554-6975, Ahsha.Safai@sfgov.org

OWL ALERT May 6, 2021

 San Francisco’s City College Needs Your Help

SITUATION City College is more vital than ever as the pandemic ends.  Job training, English as a second language, completing interrupted skills training, and offering meaningful opportunities to seniors and those with disabilities to get back into the world. 

 

ACTIONS:  

1) Show up at the Rally supporting CCSF on Saturday, May 8 at 11:00 am in front of City Hall, the Polk Street side, 

2) Email CC Board of Trustees, scheduled to vote on Monday, and tell them you are a community member and want to see City College serving the community again, 

3) Contact your SF Supervisor about how vital City College is to the city!

 

Contacts: 

Shanell Williams, President, swilliams@ccsf.edu

Tom Temprano, Vice President, ttemprano@ccsf.edu

Aliya Chisti, achisti@ccsf.edu, Brigitte Davil, bdavila@ccsf.edu,

John Rizzo jrizzo@ccsf.edu, Thea Selby, tselby@ccsf.edu, Alan Wong, alanwong@ccsf.edu

Supervisors:

Connie Chen, Dist. 1, 415-554-7410, ChanStaff@sfgov.org

Rafael Mandelman, Dist. 8, 415-554-6968, MandelmanStaff@sfgov.org

Matt Haney, Dist. 6,415-554-7970, Matt.Haney@sfgov.org

Gordon Mar, Dist. 4, 415-554-7460, Gordon.mar@sfgov.org

Myrna Melgar, Dist. 7, (415) 554-6516 – MelgarStaff@sfgov.org

Aaron Pesking, Dist. 3, 415-554-7450, Aaron.Peskin@sfgov.org

Dean Preston, Dist. 5, 415-554-7630, Dean.Preston@sfgov.org

Hillary Ronen, Dist. 9, 415-554-5144, Hillary.Ronen@sfgov.org

Ashsa Safai, Dist. 11, 415-5546975, Ahsha.Safai@sfgov.org

Catherine Stefani, Dist. 2, 415-554-7752, Catherine.Stefani@sfgov.org

Shamann Walton, Dist. 10, 415-554-7670, Shamman.Walton@sfgov.org

 OWL ALERT May 1, 2021

Tell Governor Newsom Not to Wait Until 2045 to Halt Oil Drilling and Production in California!


SITUATION
: California Governor Newsom has promised to use his executive powers to stop issuing fracking permits by 2024, and that’s great news!  But California cannot wait until 2045,  as proposed by the governor, to stop all extraction of fossil fuels.  We need action now to save the environment!

 

ACTION:  Write, call or fax the governor and tell him we can’t wait until 2045.  Ask Governor Newsom to ban all fossil fuel extraction make California carbon neutral NOW!

 

CONTACT: Governor Gavin Newsom
1303 10th Street, Suite 1173
Sacramento, CA 95814
Phone: (916) 445-2841
Fax: (916) 558-3160        

VIRTUAL Legacy Film Festival on Aging MAY 24-31 2021

The 10th Legacy Film Festival on Aging, May 24-31, 2021 – the only international screen event exploring life in the world of new aging – will take viewers from Australia to Sweden, from Hungary to Cuba and across the US with over 25 feature-length and short indie films. The festival will screen online, reaching audiences across the nation and the globe.

See legacyfilmfestivalonaging.org for details.

OWL ALERT MARCH 25, 2021

OWL ALERT MARCH 25, 2021

HR 1 VOTING RIGHTS RESTORATION ACT, ENDANGERED BY THE FILIBUSTER

SITUATION: . The critical stress test of any democracy is the ease with which its people are empowered to vote and participate in free and fair elections. It’s a promise enshrined in the Constitution that the United States has increasingly failed to deliver to its electorate. For several decades, American elections have averaged a turnout of 55.7%, a voter participation rate that lags behind most of the developed world. RanttMedia

 HR 1 expands access to the ballot box by taking aim at institutional barriers to voting, including cumbersome voter registration systems, disenfranchisement and limited voting hours.

 Senator Feinstein has recently signaled her willingness to move to end the filibuster which is the ability of 40 senators to effectively block most bills from being put forward for a vote by the Senate. This would include the very important HR1 that concerns election standards and reforms. President Biden, who has supported the filibuster in the past, has also spoken against the practice recently.

 Here is an article from the New York Times that explains how the two issues of voting rights and the filabuster are intertwined. https://www.nytimes.com/2021/03/24/us/politics/filibuster-democrats-voting-congress.html

 ACTION: Do you think It is time to end the unfair practice of the filibuster in the Senate?  

 If you prefer to leave a message, call during off-hours. Staff may ask for your zip code

D.C. Local Email
Sen. Chuck Schumer 202-224-6542 212-486-4430 https://www.schumer.senate.gov/contact/email-chuck
Senator Alex Padilla 202 224-3553 415-981-9369 https://www.padilla.senate.gov/
Sen. Dianne  Feinstein 202 224-3841 415 393-0707 https://www.feinstein.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/e-mail-me
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R) South Carolina 202-224-5972 803-933-0112  Columbia, SC 29201

 

SHARE THIS WITH FRIENDS ACROSS OUR NATION AND URGE THEM TO CONTACT THEIR OWN U.S. SENATORS – ESPECIALLY THOSE WHO ARE INCLINED TO DISAGREE.
 https://www.govtrack.us/congress/members

 

 

HR 8 BIPARTISAN BACKGROUND CHECK ACT and HR 1446 ENHANCED BACKGROUND CHECKS ACT

SITUATION: This week the US House of Representatives passed two landmark sensible bipartisan gun prevention bills and sent them to the US Senate. HR 8 would expand background checks on people who want to purchase or transfer guns.  HR 1446 would close the loophole used by the shooter to buy a gun to kill nine Black people during a Bible study at Mother Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, SC. HR 1446 would extend the initial background check review period from three to 10 days.

 ACTION:  Please help to end the Gun Violence Epidemic!  Help to save lives.

If you prefer to leave a message, call during off-hours. Staff may ask for your zip  code

  D.C. Local Email
Sen. Chuck Schumer 202-224-6542 212-486-4430 https://www.schumer.senate.gov/contact/email-chuck
Senator Alex Padilla 202 224-3553 415-981-9369 https://www.padilla.senate.gov/
Sen. Dianne  Feinstein 202 224-3841 415 393-0707 https://www.feinstein.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/e-mail-me
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R) South Carolina 202-224-5972 803-933-0112  Columbia, SC 29201
Sen. Tim Scott ®  SC 202-224-6121 843-727-4525 Charleston, SC 29406

 SHARE THIS WITH FRIENDS ACROSS OUR NATION AND URGE THEM TO CONTACT THEIR OWN U.S. SENATORS – ESPECIALLY THOSE WHO ARE INCLINED TO DISAGREE.
 https://www.govtrack.us/congress/members

OWL ALERT February 28, 2021

URGE SENATORS TO PASS THE VOTING RIGHTS ADVANCEMENT ACT H.R. 4

 SITUATIONThe John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act would restore critical elements of the 1965 Voting Rights Act that were gutted by a landmark Supreme Court decision in 2013 – a decision which has allowed states to engage in such racism-fueled voter suppression with impunity.

The attempts to disenfranchise Black and Brown voters in this last election were egregious – from attacks on vote by mail to cuts to early voting periods to unnecessary ID requirements.  This bill specifies that jurisdictions engaging in discriminatory thresholds regarding racial minority groups, language minority groups, or minority groups on Indian land, must preclear (be approved by the Dept. of Justice)  before changing certain practices,  including changes to methods of election, changes to jurisdiction boundaries, redistricting, changes to voting locations and opportunities, and changes to voter registration list maintenance. 

ACTION:  Contact your senators and urge them to pass the VRAA, HR 4 now!

Contact those listed below and your own Senators.

 

  D.C. Local Email
       
Senator Alex Padilla 202 224-3553   https://www.padilla.senate.gov/
Senator Dianne  Feinstein 202 224-3841 415 393-0707 https://www.feinstein.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/e-mail-me
Sen. Chuck Schumer 202-224-6542 212-486-4430 https://www.schumer.senate.gov/contact/email-chuck

 SHARE THIS WITH FRIENDS ACROSS THE COUNTRY AND URGE THEM TO CONTACT THEIR OWN U.S. SENATORS – ESPECIALLY THOSE WHO ARE INCLINED TO DISAGREE.
 https://www.govtrack.us/congress/members

 

 

OWL ALERT FEB. 22, 2021

CA END OF LIFE OPTION ACT SB380

SITUATION:  California’s End of Life Option Act, that went into effect in June 2016 authorizing the compassionate option of medical aid in dying for terminally ill adults to get a prescription they can take to end their lives peacefully, will sunset in January 2026.  Recently introduced SB 380, will reauthorize and improve upon our current legislation.  OWL-SF supported the current law.

For more information on this legislation see https://compassionandchoices.org/in-your-state/california/?emci=87e6e24a-926c-eb11-9889-00155d43c992&emdi=c4713d85-996c-eb11-9889-00155d43c992&ceid=1920212

 ACTION: Call and/or write to let your state representatives know you support the reauthorization of the End of Life Option Act and that you plan to watch the bill as it goes through the legislative process.

Call or email your own Assemblymember

Sacramento@ Local  Contact
Assembr Phil Ting  (SF Dist 19) 916-319-2019 415-557-2312 https://a19.asmdc.org/
Assembr David Chiu,  (SF  Dist 17) 916-319-2017 415-557-3013 https://a17.asmdc.org/
Assembr Evan Low (Cupertino Dist. 28 916-319-2028 408-446-2810 https://a28.asmdc.org/
Assembr Buffy Wicks (Oak Dist15) 916-319-2015 510-286-1400 https://a15.asmdc.org/
Assembr Jim Wood (Santa Rosa Dist 2) 916-319-2002 707-576-2526 https://a02.asmdc.org/
Assembr Kevin Mullin (SanMateo Dst 22 916-319-2022 650-349-2200 https://a22.asmdc.org/
Assembr Rob Bonta (Oak Dist 18) 916-319-2018 510-286-1670 https://a18.asmdc.org/
Assembr Rebecca Bauer-Kahan (WC, Pleasanton Dist16) 916-319-2016 925-328-1515 https://a16.asmdc.org/
Assembr Marc Levine (SRafael Dist 10) co-a 916-319-2010 415-479-4920 https://a10.asmdc.org/

  Call or email your own state Senator:

Sacramento Local Sacramento Address
Sen. Scott Wiener – SF Daly City, SSF, Colma 916- 651-4011 415-557-1300 https://sd11.senate.ca.gov/
Sen. Nancy Skinner – Oakland, Berkeley 916-651-4009 510-286-1333 https://sd09.senate.ca.gov/
Steve Glazer- Walnut Creek, Pleasanton 916-651-4007 925-754-1461 https://sd07.senate.ca.gov/
Sen. Jerry Hill – Brisbane, San Carlos Half Moon Bay, Hillsborough 916- 651-4013 650-212-3320 https://sd13.senate.ca.gov/
Sen. Mike McGuire – Kentfield, San Rafael, Mill

Valley, Healdsburg

915-651-4002 415-479-6612 https://sd02.senate.ca.gov/
Sen. Dave Cortese – Los Gatos 916- 651-4015 408-286-8318 https://sd15.senate.ca.gov/

 

OWL ALERT February 16, 2021

URGE PRESIDENT BIDEN TO FILL USPS VACANCIES

SITUATION: Throughout the pandemic, postal workers have been among the most essential employees―working tirelessly to deliver medication, ballots, letters, and checks. But the leadership of the USPS deliberately slowed the mail.

There are four vacancies on the USPS Board of Governors.  President Joe Biden can fill them all and tilt the balance of power back to a leadership that believes in the simple, universal promise of the postal service!

 ACTION:  Contact the President and urge him to fill the vacancies immediately.

 The White House 202-456-1111 Leave comment

https://www.whitehouse.gov/contact/  

 Sen. Gary Peters D-MI 202-224-6221 and Sen. Rob Portman R-OH 202-224-3353 Committee Chairs of Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs which has jurisdiction over the USPS.

 SHARE THIS WITH FRIENDS ACROSS THE COUNTRY AND URGE THEM TO CONTACT OUR PRESIDENT

 

 

Feb. 5, 2021 FUNDING NEEDED FOR OLDER AMERICANS ACT

Additional Funding Needed for the OLDER AMERICANS ACT In the Next Covid Relief Act

 

SITUATION: Specifically, we should support $1.364 billion in emergency funding for OAA programs and services.  This includes money for home delivered meals; supportive services; assistance with securing and keeping vaccine appointments; caregiver support services; health & wellness programs; as well as funding for Native American tribes.

 ACTION:  Contact your Senators and Representatives to insist that Congress include critical OAA funding to keep older Americans safe in the next round of coronavirus response.

 Take Action! Contact those listed below and your own Senators.

D.C. Local Email
Sen. Chuck Schumer 202-224-6542 212-486-4430 https://www.schumer.senate.gov/contact/email-chuck
Senator Alex Padilla 202 224-3553 https://www.padilla.senate.gov/
Senator Dianne  Feinstein 202 224-3841 415 393-0707 https://www.feinstein.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/e-mail-me
Rep. Nancy Pelosi 202-225-4965 415-556-4862 https://pelosi.house.gov/contact-me/email-me
Rep. Jackie Speier 202-225-3531 650-342-0300 https://speier.house.gov/email-jackie

 SHARE THIS WITH FRIENDS ACROSS OUR NATION AND URGE THEM TO CONTACT THEIR OWN U.S. SENATORS – ESPECIALLY THOSE WHO ARE INCLINED TO DISAGREE.
 https://www.govtrack.us/congress/members

ALERT JAN. 30, 2021

SENATE MUST IMPEACH TRUMP

 SITUATION:  Some people are backing off impeachment, saying “it will divide the country” or that “the legislators have more important thins to do.”

 

 ACTION:  Contact those below and TELL THEM everyone must be held accountable for criminal actions.  This is imperative to re-instill respect for and trust in our democracy.  No one must be or appear to be above our laws.  There can be no healing or reconciliation without accountability.

Contact those listed below and your own Senators.

 

D.C. Local Email
Sen. Chuck Schumer 202-224-6542 212-486-4430 https://www.schumer.senate.gov/contact/email-chuck
Senator Alex Padilla 202 224-3553 https://www.padilla.senate.gov/
Senator Dianne  Feinstein 202 224-3841 415 393-0707 https://www.feinstein.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/e-mail-me
Sen. Mitch McConnell 202-224-2541 502-582-6304 https://www.mcconnell.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?p=ContactForm

 

SHARE THIS WITH FRIENDS ACROSS OUR NATION AND URGE THEM TO CONTACT THEIR OWN U.S. SENATORS – ESPECIALLY THOSE WHO ARE INCLINED TO DISAGREE.
 https://www.govtrack.us/congress/members

CARA Presents: FABULOUS FRIDAY FORUMS at NOON

February 5th February 19th March 5th

CARA is planning a series of FORUMS on Fridays, beginning on Feb. 5th at NOON PST to engage our members and friends on the key issues we will be working on over the next year. Some of these FORUMS will be policy focused, some more performance oriented, and some skills-building. All of these forums will be held at NOON PST and will be held via ZOOM and Teleconference. All events will have an organizing focus and share opportunities to TAKE ACTION. And each one will have some element of fun and surprise.

You must register in advance for these events. You can register for one, two, or all of them. You will be sent a link for the Forum upon registration. We are proud to announce the first 3 Fabulous Forums. Register here https://californiaalliance.org/3473-2/

REQUEST FUNDS FOR HEALTH CARE IN CALIFORNIA

“If not us, then who? if not now, then when?” John Lewis 1940-2020

 “There is no reason to wait around for Health Care For All and Single Payer in California”  Gavin Newsom first expressed 1/7/2018\


SITUATION:  His first day in office, Newsom requested a waiver from the Trump administration allowing California to use Federal Medicare and Affordable Care Act money to set up such a system for California which is home to 12% of the nation’s population

 ACTION:  Notify Newsom and tell him to do the same now that Biden is in office.  Get Details:  https://healthyca.org/

Governor Gavin Newsom
1303 10th Street, Suite 1173
Sacramento, CA 95814

Phone: (916) 445-2841

Email https://govapps.gov.ca.gov/gov40mail/  

PLEASE SHARE  WITH EVERYONE YOU KNOW IN CALIFORNIA

 

 

STIMULUS for UNEMPLOYMENT and EVICTIONS

OWL ALERT DEC. 11, 2020
STIMULUS for UNEMPLOYMENT and MORATORIUM ON EVICTIONS

SITUATION:  The COVID-19 pandemic is raging, killing hundreds of thousands of Americans and infecting millions more. Struggling families in our state and across the country are facing increasing financial strains with each passing month, with a disproportionate impact on women and people of color.

ACTION:  Urge your legislators to demand continued unemployment benefits and a continued moratorium on evictions for 12 months after the bill passes

CALL OR EMAIL YOUR OWN LEGISLATORS TODAY!

D.C. Local Email
Representative Nancy Pelosi 202-225-4965 415-556-4862 https://pelosi.house.gov/contact-me/email-me
Representative Jackie Speier 202-225-3531 650-342-0300 CA14ima-113@mail.house.gov
Representative Anna Eshoo 202-225-8104 650-323-2984 https://eshoo.house.gov/contact/email-me
Representative Jared Huffman 202-225-5161 415-258-9657 https://huffman.house.gov/contact/email-me
Representative Barbara Lee 202-225-2621 510-763-0370 https://lee.house.gov/contact/email-me
Representative Mark DeSaulnier 202-225-2095 925-933-2660 https://desaulnier.house.gov/contact/email
Representative Eric Swalwell 202-225-5065 510-370-3322 https://swalwell.house.gov/contact/email
Senator Dianne  Feinstein (202) 224-3841 (415) 393-0707 https://www.feinstein.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/e-mail-me
Senator Kamala Harris (202) 224 – 3553 (415) 981 – 9369 https://www.harris.senate.gov/contact/email

 

https://www.govtrack.us/congress/members

 

NOTE: Protect wildlife.  If you’re using disposable masks be sure, before disposal, to cut the ear loops.  They’re a trap for wildlife.

SHARE AND URGE FAMILY AND FRIENDS IN OTHER CITIES AND  STATES TO CONTACT THEIR U.S. REPRESENTATIVES and SENATORS – ESPECIALLY THOSE WHO ARE INCLINED TO DISAGREE.

 

 

 

FUNDS FOR THE CENSUS BUREAU

OWL ALERT DEC. 6, 2020
THE NEXT STIMULUS MUST INCLUDE FUNDS
FOR CENSUS BUREAU

If not us, then who?

SITUATION:  Republicans shortened the time to collect data and rush operations.  Shortening the timeline during a national pandemic is an intentional plot to sabotage the census and skew Congressional representation, redistricting, and critical funding allotments for every state in the country.

ACTION:  Tell your legislators to protect the census.  Include funds in the current stimulus package to EXTEND THE DATA DELIVERY DEADLINES.

CALL OR EMAIL YOUR OWN LEGISLATORS TODAY!

  D.C. Local Email
Representative Nancy Pelosi 202-225-4965 415-556-4862  https://pelosi.house.gov/contact-me/email-me
Representative Jackie Speier 202-225-3531 650-342-0300 CA14ima-113@mail.house.gov
Representative Anna Eshoo 202-225-8104 650-323-2984 https://eshoo.house.gov/contact/email-me
Representative Jared Huffman 202-225-5161 415-258-9657 https://huffman.house.gov/contact/email-me
Representative Barbara Lee 202-225-2621 510-763-0370 https://lee.house.gov/contact/email-me
Representative Mark DeSaulnier 202-225-2095 925-933-2660 https://desaulnier.house.gov/contact/email
Representative Eric Swalwell 202-225-5065 510-370-3322 https://swalwell.house.gov/contact/email
Senator Dianne  Feinstein (202) 224-3841 (415) 393-0707 https://www.feinstein.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/e-mail-me
Senator Kamala Harris (202) 224 – 3553 (415) 981 – 9369 https://www.harris.senate.gov/contact/email

 

https://www.govtrack.us/congress/members

SHARE AND URGE FAMILY AND FRIENDS IN OTHER CITIES AND  STATES TO CONTACT THEIR U.S. REPRESENTATIVES and SENATORS – ESPECIALLY THOSE WHO ARE INCLINED TO DISAGREE.

 

 

 

STOP SHUT DOWN of SIP HOTELS

 

OWL ALERT NOV 27, 2020

STOP SHUT DOWN of SHELTER-IN-PLACE HOTELS

SITUATION: There’s a plan to close the city’s Shelter-in-Place (SIP) hotels without housing people–often seniors and people with disabilities.  On Dec. 9 there will be a continuation of the hearing on the SIP hotel closure plan and an introduction of legislation sponsored by Supervisor Matt Haney to halt the closures.

ACTION:
 1)  Write, call or email  the mayor to ask her to stop the shut down of the SIP
hotels until there’s a home for each of the residents.
      Mayor London Breed
      City Hall, Room 200, 1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place,
San Francisco, CA 94102
415-554-6141
       https://actionnetwork.org/…/stop-the-plan-to-shut-down…

 2)  Share this linkhttps://actionnetwork.org/letters/stop-the-plan-to-shut-down-
the-sip-hotels

    Attend the December 9th meeting of the Board of Supervisors.
    Register for the Zoom meeting here:  

   https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZUpf-6ppzMoG9dKBULePrTDd_aE2pYkMsWM