Well, actually Jer-bear‘s journey today took him to San Francisco’s leafy Woodland Avenue, home of both Jane Morrison and Agar Jaicks – it’s perhaps it’s a half-mile from Gavin Newsom’s new place on Masonic. So it’s kind of his backyard. Read all about the affair in this glowing report from Bill Wilson at the San Francisco Sentinel – was former Board of Supervisors President Aaron Peskin there? Take a look to see.
And look who else was there – it’s Robert Haaland and his union allies. You know, the very same Robert that San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newson “hates” (reportedly). For the record, Mr. Haaland had this bon mot:
“Jerry Brown wrote the book that Gavin Newsom needs CliffsNotes to understand.”
(Or “needs CLiffNotes to read,” something like that – there might have been different endings. The book in this context would probably be entitled Governance or some such thing – people were talking about Jerry’s forward-looking high speed rail proposals from three decades ago, stuff like that.)
R.H. (on the left) y compania descending Parnassus Heights after brunching with Attorney General Jerry Brown this afternoon:
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When: October 4, 2009 – Sunday
11:30 to 2 p.m.
Where: Woodland Avenue, San Francisco
What: Visit with California Attorney General Jerry Brown while having traditional Sunday brunch. California Attorney General Jerry Brown has not officially declared his candidacy for Governor in 2010. Join Agar Jaicks and Jane Morrison in the growing movement urging Jerry Brown once again to lead California toward a brighter future. Jerry has been in the forefront for decades of what is now known as 21st Century programs, thinking and actions: Sustainable energy. Reducing greenhouse gases. High speed rail. Wild river and coast protection. Resolving global conflict. Support for better education opportunities in public schools. Women and minorities sharing leadership at all government levels. Expanded apprenticeship programs. Attorney General Brown’s much-admired intelligence, humor and experience make him the ideal candidate for Governor.
Patrons: Pam Brennan, Richard Dana, Ina Dearman, Robert Dockendorff, Judith Flynn, Terence Hallinan, Eileen Kivlehan, Jeanmarie Maher, Esther Marks, Elaine McKeon, Marsha O’Bannon, Eliot Seal, Joan Simmons, Michael Wong
Sponsors:Claudia Abernathy, Marie Angell, Cedric & Dorothy Bainton, Prof. Ray Berard, Robert Champlain, Robert Erickson, Diana Taylor and Jay Folberg, Richard and Shirley Hansen, Walter Johnson, Margel Kaufman, Josie Karydas, Dr. & Mrs. John Kerner, Ryz Koprowski, George Lorenzetti, Mary Ann Massenburg, Evan Mogan, Zoanne Nordstrom, May O’Riordan, Gimmy Park Li, Carla Perez, Ceryl and Jim Roe, Norman Schlossberg, Ralph Singer, Virginia Sung, Debra Walker, Edith Wellin, Carol Bettencourt and Don Willenburg.
On It Goes.