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Register of the Community Forum of San Joaquin Papers, 1976-1981
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1.1-Community Forum of San Joaquin By-Laws




1.3-Correspondence, Memorandum, treasurer's reports


1.4-Community '77 flyers


1.5-Grant Proposal: 1978-1979 University Community Forum/Seminar Series, "The Active Community: Citizen Participation Human Values, and the Formation of Public Policy," April 1978


1.6-"Resubmission of a Proposal...," August 30, 1978


1.7-Policy Recommendations submitted by the Water Policy Commission of Community Forward of San Joaquin, Oct. 10, 1978


1.8-State Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Commission. "Social Conditions and California Crime: Reviving the Larger Issues", October 13, 1978. Prepared by Doug Knight and Fran Miller


1.9-Community Forum of San Joaquin. Report of the Community Forum Water Task Force, Oct. 24, 1978


1.10-Community Forum News, 1978


1.11-Follow up reports from 1978-1979 Seminars


-"Appreciating Cultural Pluralism in Stockton: Report and Recommendations," by George H. Lewis


-Cultural Pluralism Seminar--Synopsis Dec. 14, 1978, UOP Dec. 12, 1978 Coordinator George H. Lewis


-"The Active Community," [3 reports] Nov. 30, 1978, Nov-Dec. 1978, Feb. 13, 1979


1.12-Legislation to Establish Stockton Water District


1.13-1979 Folder


-"Community 79 How to Be Heard?"


-Seminar Reports: "The Active Community Citizen Participator, Values and the Formation of Public Policy," Oct. 1978 to March 1979


-Spring Policy Forum- May 12, 1979 program:"Community '79 How To Be Heard: Strategies for Citizen Participation in Government"


-Images: "A spectrum of neighborhood images in olde Stockton" [update covering period ending June 30, 1980]


1.14-Community Forum, 1980-81.


-Proposed Legislation to Establish Metropolitan Stockton Water District [no author or date]


-Papers to arrange work for UOP work/study students on Community Forum projects