Boulder Tomorrow March luncheon:
Special Guest Speaker
Former 8-yr Boulder County Commissioner and new Director of the Transportation Program at the Southwest Energy Efficiency Project (SWEEP).
As Boulder County's growth and economic issues continue to be shaped by questions of appropriate development, energy efficiency, housing issues and transportation projects, Will's insight provides a pragmatic vision for what Boulder and surrounding communitites must consider to create balance between economic prosperity and social and environmental goals.
Will spearheaded the effort to create and adopt a countywide Sustainable Energy Plan, the BuildSmart green building code, the EnergySmart program, and the ClimateSmart Loan Program.
Prior to being elected County Commissioner, Will served as Mayor of Boulder, Colorado from 1998-2004. He played a strong role in the development of the Boulder's community transit network, EcoPass unlimited access transit pass programs, and policies for denser, mixed-use urban infill development as an alternative to sprawl.
Come hear Will's remarks and participate in a robust Q & A session!
Boulder Tomorrow Membership Luncheons are open to all who wish to register.
When: Tuesday, March 19, 2013 - 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
Where: A Spice of Life Events Center
Cost: $20 for all attendees includes a lunch buffet
Or - to pay by check or cash day of event:
Please RSVP Required to 303-448-2201 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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