Monthly Archives: November 2013

ACEC California is on Social Media!

Want to stay in better touch with ACEC California and vital association news? Register, follow or “Like” ACEC California’s various social media and profiles. We are active on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Blogspot and offer our members quick access to … Continue reading

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ACEC 86th Meeting of the Board of Directors—Meeting Summary

By Marco Palilla, State Director & Sierra Chapter Grassroots Chair

On October 17-18, 2013, the ACEC Board of Directors met in Berkeley at the historic Claremont Hotel. Your Sierra Chapter members in attendance included Ted Hopkins, Steve Greenfield, Tom Blackburn, Eddie Kho, and myself. Below are some major highlights from … Continue reading

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Jerry Way, Director of Public Works, City of Sacramento — October Meeting Recap

Provided by: Tom Holdrege, Vice President

At the October 18th general meeting at Ancil Hoffman golf course in Carmichael, Jerry Way, the Director of Public Works for the City of Sacramento discussed the City’s current Big 5 projects: Delta Shores Intermodal Bridges Downtown Arena, and Cool … Continue reading

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John Kingsbury, Executive Director, Mountain Counties Water Resources Association, November Speaker and Topic

Provided by: Chad Coleman, Director

John Kingsbury, Executive Director of Mountain Counties Water Resources Association (MCWRA), will speak at our Chapter Dinner Meeting on November 20th. The MCWRA advocates for the water interests of its members in all or a portion of 15 of the … Continue reading

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President’s Message

By: Ted Hopkins, President

If you didn’t attend our first lunch meeting/golfing event at Ancil Hoffman last month, you missed a great one! Everyone had a great time. The turnout was about the same as recent meetings, but we did have new faces and … Continue reading

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