David Bragdon gets new NYC gig
David Bragdon, the former president of the Oregon Metro Council, is leaving his post as sustainability chief for New York City to take over planning for the revitalization of 10,000 acres of federal and city-owned parkland in the Jamaica Bay area of the city.
As Sustainable Business Oregon reports, Bragdon, who left his post at Metro in 2010 to coordinate New York's sustainability efforts for Mayor Michael Bloomberg, will take on planning duties under the jointly managed federal and city effort…
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Posted on Oct. 24, 2012
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