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Monday, December 8, 2008

Lands Commissioner-elect Peter Goldmark to stop by Drinking Liberally tomorrow

Interested in talking to Washington State's next Lands Commissioner, Peter Goldmark, about his transition to power and priorities for the next four years? Or maybe just congratulating Peter on his amazing victory over Doug Sutherland?

Well, here's your chance. Peter will be stopping by the regular weekly gathering of Seattle's Drinking Liberally chapter tomorrow night shortly after 8 PM.

Please feel free to come by and share any questions or suggestions you have with Peter, who will soon be taking the helm of Washington State's efforts to protect our environment and assuming command at the Department of Natural Resources.

If you've never been to Seattle Drinking Liberally, the chapter meets every Tuesday at 8 PM at the Montlake Ale House just off of State Route 520. Join us and talk progressive politics in a friendly, informal atmosphere.


Blogger walter Corbin said...

Peter, I contributed to your election and met you personally at the Greers. I have been engaged with forestry since my retirement in 1990 and have put a bit over 700 acres into a conservation easement. I would like to share some of my thoughts with you on how your office can champion employment in our disappearing forest communities and experiment with ideas that are being pursued by many other state. I would like to met with you after the first of the year either in Seattle or Olympia. I live on Orcas so the ferries somewhat dictate my schedule. The best of success in your new position and a pleasant holiday season. Walt Corbin Box 25 Olga, 98279

December 9, 2008 11:08 AM  

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