ACSOL Monthly Meetings Q1 2017

ACSOL holds monthly meetings in various locations on a monthly basis throughout most of the year. Meetings are held on Saturdays – starting at 10 am and lasting about 2 hours.

Meetings are open and free to registrants, family members and those who support them. Government officials, the media and all others are not allowed to attend the meetings. Meetings will focus on general issues facing registrants and families, as well as current topics at the time of meeting. Meeting dates for First Quarter of 2017 are:

January 28 in Sacramento

Sacramento Bar Association
425 University Avenue
Sacramento, CA
Free parking at the site

The meeting will upon a tiered registry bill supported by the CA Sex Offender Management Board, domestic and international travel as well as parole and probation conditions.

February 11 in San Diego

350 Cedar Street
Lecture Hall #2
San Diego, CA 9

March 18 (date change) in Los Angeles

ACLU Building
1313 W. 8th Street
Los Angeles, CA 90017
Free parking at the site (underground below building)

Please join us on one or all of these dates to Show up, Stand up, Speak up!

Mark your calendars! (Q2 Meeting article coming soon…)

May 13 in San Diego

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It is possible I can make the first trip in January. I got rid of my minivan and acquired a shuttle bus to convert to an RV. Best part is: I can run it on waste vegetable oil from virtually any restaurant.

Sorry, this time I won’t have any way to bring passengers.

Is Sacramento going to replace the Berkeley quarterly meeting or is this a one-time meeting location?

You got your answer BayArea RSO, Berk is no longer there. I tried to find several places that would house us for the meeting at less than the 250 usually paid. No responses back.
It’s a done deal.
It only makes sense when she had to move her office there and it’s only right since she is not being paid. Nor the other atty. They have bills and now the office space I AM SURE is more than what her lease was down there in central coast area. Alot going on.
At least we can monitor the wednesday conference calls without the travel.

Thanks for your question, made us think.

First I have heard of anything like this.
I think it’s great!
I will be at the meeting on January 28th and would like to participate on the 30th & 31st.

I just wanted to throw out an idea to see what you guys think about it. Since many of us are traveling a good distance for these meetings, maybe we could kill two birds with one stone. We can attend the meeting where current issues are being discussed, but it does not really cover networking among each other to brainstorm ideas on housing and employment. Maybe, we could meet somewhere afterwards at a local coffeeshop or other place to discuss job options, networking, and comparing ideas for housing, etc. Just a thought since we would already be in the area and we could utilize this time to share ideas. What does everybody think?

Our next Sacramento meeting will be held on April 8 at Unity of Sacramento, 9249 Folsom Boulevard. Like all monthly meetings, the meeting will begin at 10 a.m. and there is free parking. Please join us!