Friday, February 17, 2012
Financial Services Task Force Chair Bruce Banco Speaks At Pacifica Democrats on Sat., February 18, 2012
Hot on the heels of the City of Pacifica's Financial Services Task Force January 25th recommendation to the Pacifica City Council for a one-half cent sales tax increase, Bruce Banco, the Task Force's Chair will be the guest speaker at the next Pacifica Democrats monthly breakfast meeting, scheduled to be held on Saturday, February 18, 2012, in the banquet room of the Sharp Park Golf Course Restaurant, located at Hwy 1 and Sharp Park Blvds in Pacifica.
Banco will discuss all activities of the Task Force, including: its goals, objectives, work plan, the development of the financial plan options, the community forum process and, very importantly, the development of the final recommendations/plan for the Pacifica City Council. "I will provide up to date details and status of our final recommendations and the calendar of upcoming events," Banco said.
Banco, a 36 year resident of Pacifica is no stranger to community involvement. In addition to being the Chairperson of the 2011-2012 Financing City Services Task Force, he is President of Pacificans Care, a local 501 (c)(3) non-profit funding source for social service organizations in Pacifica.
Banco is also the First Vice President of the Fog Fest Organizing Group (FFOG), which plans and operates the annual local Fog Fest in Pacifica. Prior to that, Banco was a PB&R Commissioner for twelve years with the City of Pacifica, past President of the Pacifica American Little League and Pacifica Pony-Colt Baseball and has generally been involved in youth sports/recreation activities for over 25 years.
All Pacifica Democrats programs are open to the general public. It is neither necessary to be a Democrat, nor a club member to attend the monthly speaker series presentations. Doors open at 9AM. Seating is between 9AM and 9:30AM. A full breakfast is available for $12; continental for $6 and coffee only for $3. If you have any questions or wish to RSVP for this meeting, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 415-246-0775.
Submitted by Barbara Arietta