A workshopper assisted CIO Tomiaki Tamura to scoop

first_imgA workshopper assisted CIO Tomiaki Tamura to scoop Passion Fruit Sorbet for desert. Chef Ali Sadiqi planned the menu for the dinner following the concert which included: Chilled Avocado Soup, ThaiLemongrass and Mussel Soup, Southwest Chicken Salad, Dilled Seafood Salad, Curried Red Lentils with Raisinsand Capers, Indonesian Tempeh with Peanuts and Pak Choy, and Arcosanti Bakery Pesto Swirl Bread. Planning Department Manager Nadia Begin and Paolo Soleri chat with a concert-goer.Also pictured, Site Coordinator Mary Hoadley. August 17, 2001Every summer Arcosanti hosts The Young Composers Workshop – a chance for youngcomposers to work withprofessional musicians culminating with a concert in the Colly Soleri Music Center. Pictured: The California E.A.R.Unit – who have been the “ensemble-in-residence for the workshop” since 1995.[Photos and text by: Jennifer Thornton] center_img Earlier in the day, Workshoppers helped the cafe to prepare hors d’oeuvres for the event. Workshoppers Mary and Julia served appetizers during intermission.last_img read more

Reilly on board with new state government transparency initiative

first_img Tags: FOIA Categories: Reilly News State Rep. John Reilly of Oakland Township says he supports bipartisan legislation introduced today to make state government more transparent.“This is another sign of the House’s commitment to be more accountable and accessible to the people of Michigan,” Reilly said.Reilly joined colleagues in the announcement of the bill package to make Michigan’s governor and lieutenant governor subject to the Freedom of Information Act. The proposal also calls for a similar disclosure requirement for state representatives and senators, called the Legislative Open Records Act.“I believe government should be held accountable to the people they serve,” he said.Michigan is one of just two states where public records disclosure does not apply to the governor’s office.The Legislative Open Records Act would exempt some records, including letters to and from people in the lawmaker’s district, human resources files and ongoing legislative investigations or lawsuits.Today’s bill package introduction comes in the wake of the House’s recent announcement that its website now includes the salary information of every representative and employee, another move toward increased transparency.###center_img 01Feb Reilly on board with new state government transparency initiativelast_img read more