This BBC Friday, our own long-time BBC Regular, OfficeXpats owner, and now Bainbridge Island Mayor, Leslie Schneider, will lead a discussion on cool city mayor sorts of things. And there will be plenty of time for Q&A.
“While maybe ‘Mayor Schneider’ is not as cool an alliteration as ‘Mayor Medina’, it is what it is for the coming year,” so says Mayor Schneider. [Though I think ‘Mayor Leslie’ sounds totally rad!]
Mayor Leslie’s been at it for all of a month now, so come with your questions — e.g. “How much power does the Mayor have?” and “What’s all the talk about a ‘strong’ mayor vs. a ‘weak’ mayor?” She might even have some advice for how to write a letter to Council that gets their attention. Leslie’s bio: bainbridgewa.gov. Contact: [email protected].
Be here, be free, be businesswise. For, in a sense, me hearties, as serial entrepreneurials, we all be business wise! Arr…….
So Invite your friends and associates to come join us for this exciting non-virtual non-cloud event in real time and real space…and another delicious cup of BBC!
[email protected] – 403 Madison Ave N, Bainbridge Is, Upstairs at the Pavilion 7:30-8:00 – coffee/tea, visiting, informal networking
8:00-8:55 – The Mayor Leslie Show and Q&A
8:55-9:00 – announcements, visiting
Sincerely, BBC Management, KaveDragen Ink, & other entrepreneurial sentients from planet BBC.
Both-Sides-Of-The-Bridge BBC News, Notices, Events
Luncheon: get a clear picture of the current economy and what might lie ahead in 2020. Sponsored by First Federal. Keynote speaker Spencer Cohen, Senior Policy Advisor Washington Economic Development Center, will speak about the prospective economic vitality of the Puget Sound region. Elizabeth Court, Director of the Olympic Workforce Development Council, will present the current demographics of Kitsap County. Chris Miller, Coldwell Banker BAIN, and Lisa Donlon, Windermere Commercial, will report on residential and commercial estate, respectively. EVR_Flyer (pdf). Info/tickets: bainbridgeislandwacoc.wliinc1.com//events/.