It’s almost time for the great debate. Tomorrow night at The Fillmore, SF Supervisors David Chiu and David Campos will debate Entertainment and Nightlife Issues as part of a special event presented by the California Music And Culture Association (CMAC) in conjunction with The Bay Bridged and SF Weekly, and moderated by renowned rock journalist and author Ben Fong-Torres.
The event starts at 6pm with an hour of music courtesy of DJ Timoteo Gigante, and the two supes take center stage at 7pm to address your questions about the current state of entertainment and nightlife in the City, including:
- Affordability: Many of SF’s creative class can’t pay the rent. What have you done and what will you do to help San Franciscans afford to stay?
- Preservation: Iconic venues are being threatened by encroaching developments. What’s your position about the anti-speculator tax on November’s ballot? Will you author a state Historic Venue Preservation Act?
- Local Control: If elected, what would you do to make sure the ABC respects local control such as our noise ordinance?
So, come have your voice heard by two of San Francisco’s elected officials tomorrow night at The Fillmore. The debate is open to the public, so it’s entirely free. Full details below.
CMAC, SF Weekly, & The Bay Bridged Present:
Supervisors Chiu & Campos Debate: Entertainment and Nightlife Issues
Moderated by Ben Fong-Torres
With DJ Timoteo Gigante
September 10, 2014
6pm (doors)/7pm (debate), FREE