Mayoral Candidate Phil Ting to Host “˜Solutions in the Sunset’ this Saturday with Online Community Reset San Francisco
The online community Reset San Francisco will unite offline this Saturday for a brunch with Assessor Phil Ting, local elected officials and neighbors to discuss fresh ideas for San Francisco
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) June 10, 2011
On Saturday, June 11, Mayoral Candidate Assessor Phil Ting will host “˜Solutions in the Sunset’ with the Reset San Francisco community at Dianne Feinstein Elementary School in the Sunset District. The event will feature a brunch and discussion on how we can use innovative policies and new technology to improve city government.
“All over the world and here in San Francisco, faster and more effective ways of connecting, learning and creating are being adopted,” Ting said. “Our city is right in the center of this new revolution of creativity and productivity. Shouldn’t our city government be as creative and innovative as the rest of our city?”
What: Solutions in the Sunset with Phil Ting
When: Saturday, June 11, 11am – 1pm
Where: Dianne Feinstein Elementary School
2550 25th Avenue
San Francisco, CA
For more information about the event, contact Joshua(at)philting(dot)com and visit http://www.resetsanfrancisco.org/rsvp/june11
About Phil Ting
Mayoral candidate Phil Ting is a champion for innovative and good government policies in San Francisco. As the City Assessor-Recorder, Ting has been a solutions-focused, innovative reformer whose efforts have generated over $295 million in new revenue for San Francisco by making sure everyone pays their fair share in property taxes. He has focused on reducing the assessment backlog from four to two years and every dollar that his office brings in means more money for the city to fund crucial programs for children, seniors and families. He was most recently re-elected in 2010.
About Reset San Francisco
Reset San Francisco is an online community using the latest Web 2.0 tools to bring San Franciscans together around ideas and solutions “” and to hit the reset button on San Francisco’s governing structure. Reset San Francisco is equipped with the latest Web 2.0 technology to empower residents to discuss the city’s most important issues and share ideas with other San Franciscans.
Paid for by Phil Ting for Mayor 2011. FPPC #1334205
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