Speak up at City Council Meeting

Clovis City Councilmember Diane Pearce has continued her attacks on the LGBTQ community! Several community members are calling on the Clovis City Council to set policies to prevent hateful rhetoric while using their official board member title. The board currently has no policy preventing these acts, so they can hot hold her accountable. There is also a process starting to explore a recall.

For those unfamiliar, this Councilmember has called for removing LGBTQ inclusive books from libraries, removal of a trans athlete from Clovis school sports competitions, and recently did an interview denying the existence of transgender individuals (22 mins in). Even with the rebuke from Mayor Lynn Ashbeck, these elected officials are only going to take action if they hear from us. Please take a few minutes to write/visit/join online.

1. Attend and speak at the Clovis City Council Meeting on August 7th, 14th and 21st (6-8pm, public comments happen first) at 1033 Fifth Street, Clovis, CA 93612.
2. Call/Video to speak during the meeting. You MUST contact the City Clerk at (559) 324-2060 no later than 4:00 p.m. the day of the meeting to register.
3. Leave a statement to be given to the board members via online form or by calling 559-324-2060.
4. Email the City Council: Diane PearceDrew BessingerMatt BasgallVong MouanoutouaMayor Lynn Ashbeck.


5 thoughts on “Speak up at City Council Meeting”

  1. Hello, I left a voicemail and sent an email requesting a copy of this letter, as a right as a Clovis resident.

      1. Yes. Magsig’s office called me and said there still has been no letter sent, but they are aware D. Pearce stated she intends to send one. I was given CAO office number to request the letter should one ever be sent.

          1. She has not replied to any of us, as far as we can tell. But maybe the Clovis City Manager can provide the letter.

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