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October 9, 2017

Fremont Chamber Hosts Safety Forum With The Candidates

Kirby Lindsay Laney
The Fremont Chamber will host another discussion on crime, and how we can make Fremont safer, on Oct 19th.  Photo by K. Lindsay Laney, Mar '17

The Fremont Chamber will host another discussion on crime, and how we can make Fremont safer, on Oct 19th. Photo by K. Lindsay Laney, Mar ’17

On Thursday, October 19th, at 8a, the Fremont Chamber of Commerce will host a neighborhood safety forum, with discussion of issues of greatest concern to attendees.  The breakfast meeting will take place at Red Door.

The Fremont Chamber has invited the candidates up for election on November 7th to take part in this discussion, and share how they will serve us in safety.  The Chamber has RSVPs from:

Previous Fremont Chamber safety meetings have identified a wide difference between the homelessness problem and the rampant crime problem, much of it caused by an opioid crisis.

Previous Fremont Chamber safety meetings have identified a wide difference between the homelessness problem and the rampant crime problem, much of it caused by an opioid crisis.

The Chamber has also invited candidates Cary Moon, City Councilmember Lorena Gonzalez, and City Attorney Pete Holmes, plus current Fremont’s City Councilmembers Rob Johnson and Mike O’Brien.

Find out more about the attendees, and how to RSVP, on the Facebook Event page – or by contacting Trisha Rarey, Chamber Programs Director, at 206-632-1500 or programs@fremont.com  The meeting fee is $20 per person.

 


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