30 COPA Leaders shared stories in response to the Salinas City’s Economic Development Element at the Salinas City Council.
About 75 Acosta Plaza Residents, most from the Alvarez Youth Leadership, participated in the Acosta Plaza Clean-up Day. (read article)
Now you can follow COPA on Twitter at @COPA_IAF
Nearly 50 COPA Leaders from Monterey, Santa Cruz and San Benito Counties met on March 27 to focus on the search and development of new leaders. A follow up meeting is scheduled in May.
Nearly 100 members of the Live Oak community met with Sheriff Wowak on Monday, Sept. 30, to clarify that his office will not enforce federal immigration law and asked for cooperation from immigrants in reporting crime. (read more).
COPA leaders will hold a regional meeting in May 2014. (For more information, please contact your core teams)
2014 COPA Investment Campaign is underway. If you would like to contribute or be a part of the planning team, please contact the COPA Office.
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