September 9, 2004 12:14 PM
August 30, 2004 4:03 PM

John Estey
Chief of Staff
Governor's Office of Executive Staff
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania

Dear John:

We have been, since last year, much interested in actively engaging and participating in the Governor's Advisory Commission on Asian American Affairs and wrote vide infra diligently to the Governor* and Office of Public Liaison** of the Governor.

*October 3, 2003; copied to you
*October 10, 2003; copied to you
**Michelle Singer, Penny Lee, B J Clark
However, B J Clark and Nicole Carter of the Office of Governor's Public Liaison have been silent since she wrote us on April 6, 2004 in which she stated as quoted below:

4/6/04 6:45 PM
Carter, Nicole wrote:

Dear Mr. Kim,

We should have a definite date soon. I will be sure to inform you.

Thank you,

Nicole

Nicole Carter

Deputy Director

Office of Public Liaison

Office of Governor Edward G. Rendell

Hence, we ask you personally to promptly present us "a definite date" as to what Governor's projected timeline is "in the planning and formation stages" of the Commission.

In the same vein, will there be an oversight mechanism to oversee the Commission and its work ?

We want you to know that we are much interested in actively engaging and participate in the Governor's Advisory Commission on Asian American Affairs. Thank you.

Regards,
Sang Joo Kim
Chairman
CAMC
www.camcinc.org

C.: CAMC Board
Constituents
CAMC website
John Estey, Chief of Staff, Governor's Office of Executive Staff
Adrian R King Jr, Deputy Chief of Staff, Governor's Office of Executive Staff
Dave Myers, Deputy Chief of Staff, Governpr's Office of Executive Staff
Penny Lee, Director, Office of Communications, Governor's Office of Executive Staff
Lance Simmens, Special Assistant to the Governor
Marcel Groen, Esquire, Chairman, Montgomery County Democratic Committee





August 19, 2004 7:18 PM
August 12, 2004 7:27 PM

B J Clark
Director
Office of Public Liaison
Office of the Governor
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania

Dear B J:

Nicole Carter, your Deputy, wrote us vide infra on April 6, 2004 in which she stated,

"We should have a definite date soon. I will be sure to inform you".

However, she has been silent to date .

Please note that we diligently (12/15/03, 1/8/04, 1/14/04, 3/29/04, 5/4/04, 5/25/04, 6/4/04, 7/29/04) wrote your Deputy vide infra asking what Governor's projected timeline was "in the planning and formation stages" of the Commission.

Hence, we ask you to promptly present us "a definite date" as to what Governor's projected timeline is "in the planning and formation stages" of the Commission.

In the same vein, will there be an oversight mechanism to oversee the Commission and its work ?

We want you to know that we are much interested in actively engaging in the Governor's Advisory Commission on Asian American Affairs. Thank you.

Regards,
Sang Joo Kim
Chairman
CAMC
www.camcinc.org


C.: CAMC Board
Constituents
CAMC website
John Estey, Chief of Staff, Governor's Office of Executive Staff
Adrian R King Jr, Deputy Chief of Staff, Governor's Office of Executive Staff
Dave Myers, Deputy Chief of Staff, Governpr's Office of Executive Staff
Penny Lee, Director, Office of Communications, Governor's Office of Executive Staff
Lance Simmens, Special Assistant to the Governor
Marcel Groen, Esquire





July 29, 2004 10:32 AM
June 4, 2004 9:07 PM
May 25, 2004 3:30 PM
May 4, 2004 1:05 PM


Dear Nicole:

Thank you for your note.

What is your/Governor's projected timeline "in the planning and formation stages" of the Commission? Your/Governor's prompt response will be appreciated.

Separately, will there be an oversight mechanism to oversee the Commission? Thank you.

Regards,
Sang Joo Kim
CAMC
www.camcinc.org





4/6/04 6:45 PM
Carter, Nicole wrote:

Dear Mr. Kim,

We should have a definite date soon. I will be sure to inform you.

Thank you,

Nicole

Nicole Carter

Deputy Director

Office of Public Liaison

Office of Governor Edward G. Rendell


-----Original Message-----
From: CAMC [mailto:camc@camcinc.org]
Sent: Monday, March 29, 2004 4:41 PM
To: carter, nicole
Subject: Governor's Advisory Commission on Asian American Affairs


March 29, 2004 4:40 PM
January 14, 2004 2:10 PM
January 8, 2004 12:49 PM
December 15, 2003 3:18 PM
Dear Nicole:

Thank you for your message.

What is your/Governor's projected timeline "in the planning and formation stages" of the Commission? Your/Governor's prompt response will be appreciated. Thank you.

Regards,
Sang Joo Kim
CAMC
www.camcinc.org




11/24/03 1:50 PM
Carter, Nicole wrote:

Dear Mr. Kim,

Please inform the attendees to the meeting that the Commission has been established by the Executive Order that you have, but that it is not operating yet. We are currently in the planning and formation stages, so any recommendations for commissioners can be sent to me. Also, please feel free to collect the resumes of individuals who are suggested to you and then you may forward along to me.

Kind regards,
Nicole

Nicole Carter

Deputy Director

Office of Public Liaison

Office of Governor Edward G. Rendell


-----Original Message-----
From: CAMC [mailto:camc@camcinc.org]
Sent: Friday, November 21, 2003 9:08 AM
To: camc@camcinc.org
Subject: CAMC Seminar, November 24, 2003 8:00 PM - 10:00 PM, Blue Bell, PA 19422
from: Sang Joo Kim www.camcinc.org
The CAMC Seminar

November 24, 2003 Monday 8:00 PM -- 10:00 PM
Conference Room, Prudential Fox & Roach Realtors
653 Skippack Pike, Suite #200
Blue Bell, PA 19422

CAMC presents a seminar series as part of its effort to learn more about the land where we live and call home. Please come and join, and letís learn together.


1. Governor's Advisory Commission on Asian American Affairs
(Governor Ed Rendell is the first Pennsylvania Governor to sign, since the original Charter of Charles II to William Penn on March 4, 1681, an Executive Order establishing a Governor's Advisory Commission on Asian American Affairs.)

Preamble
Governor's Executive Order
Functions
Composition
Terms
Compensation
Relationship with Other Agencies
Reports
Procedures
Effective Date

2. Agent of A Foreign Government/Power/Principal

definitions
liability
3. Political contributions

to make or not to make
why & how
rules & regulations (state, federal)
risks & benefit
myth

4. Lessons from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania vs David Kyung Wook Ahn Affairs (4416-01, 4417-01)

nol pros
what happened
critical analysis

5. Lessons from the David Chang -- Robert G Torricelli Affairs

what happened
critical analysis



6. John Young Ki Hong Murdered

Speaker: Sang Joo Kim

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suggested contribution for CAMC Education Fund

$10+ member, $20+ non-member

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