Ask Congressman Kevin McCarthy and Kern Law Enforcement Officials About Combating Gang Violence
Bakersfield, CA – Next Wednesday, August 15, 2007, Congressman McCarthy and Kern County law enforcement officials on the front lines fighting gang violence will answer questions from Bakersfield residents in a telephone-town hall meeting.
“With new communications technology, I can call a number of households so they can participate in their own homes and ask our law enforcement officials and me about a top issue in our community – combating gangs that threaten our peace of mind,” said Congressman McCarthy.
Who: Bakersfield residents can ask Congressman Kevin McCarthy, Kern County Sheriff Donny Youngblood, Bakersfield Police Department Police Chief Bill Rector, and Kern County Assistant District Attorney Cindy Zimmer questions about gangs.
What: Combating Gang Violence Telephone-Town Hall
Where: Congressman McCarthy will call Bakersfield households from his office at 4100 Empire Drive, Suite 150, so residents can participate from their own homes.
When: Wednesday, August 15, 2007 from 5:30 – 6:30 PM PDT