Stafford Appointed to County Sustainability Advisory Committee
May 1, 2014
Tonkon Torp attorney Kimberlee A. Stafford
has been appointed to serve a two-year term on Multnomah County’s Advisory Committee on Sustainability & Innovation (ACSI).
Stafford is a member of Tonkon Torp’s Real Estate & Land Use practice group
as well as the Energy and Environmental & Natural Resources practice groups. She chairs the Tonkon Torp Sustainability Committee and has been an active member for many years. She is a former member of the Executive Committee of the Oregon State Bar Environmental and Natural Resources Section, and is co-editor of a new reference book on Environmental Law regulation and permitting published by the Section.
The Advisory Committee on Sustainability & Innovation
is a citizen commission that provides advice and advocacy on sustainability issues affecting the community, environment and economy. Among its activities, the committee evaluates proposals for innovations in technology and business processes that may be applicable to county operations.