The presentation, co-hosted by the League of Women Voters, is set to begin at 7:30 p.m. in the Holbrook-Palmer Park Pavilion at 150 Watkins Ave. in Atherton.
Stephen Knight, political director of the nonprofit Save the Bay, and Tim Frank, an environmental consultant working for the developer, DMB, will present their opposing positions on the proposal to build a community of up to 12,000 homes, commercial space, playing fields, and several hundred acres of restored wetlands on the property.
A 30-minute question-and-answer session will follow the presentation.
The Cargill-DMB proposal is being reviewed by Redwood City, which has authorized an environmental impact report. A number of local town councils, including in Atherton, Menlo Park and Woodside, have come out in opposition to the project or voiced concern about it.
The presentation will be preceded by a brief meeting and election of new directors and officers of the ACIL.