• Water-Security Forum Format Gels Well

    It wasn’t Jefferson, Madison, Adams, and Hamilton at the Semi-Arid Café tonight, but thanks to the facilitation of Doug Pushard, we now have a viable plan for our 2/9/10 candidate Q&A at Inn of the Governors, 7pm-9pm. First, we’ll provide a packet about rainwater and wastewater harvesting and include a one-page statement outlining the Semi-Arid Guild’s water-security goals and objectives. Prior to the event, the candidates will get a list of probable questions. If you want to submit a question, please post it here by 1/19/10, and I’ll pass it along. So far, only Miguel Chavez has not gotten back to me about attending the forum. The rest of the candidates have said, "Yes, we can!"


  1. Nate, This is a comment to test functionality. I am using Firefox and have signed out. I tried Name/URL and used my name and email address. That got an illegal character message. The next try is with my website.

  1. Nate Downey says:

    Miguel Chavez emailed today to say that he should be able to make our water-security forum, so this means that all of the candidates in the contested races have agrees to attend.

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