Peter Drekmeier

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Peter Drekmeier
Peter Drekmeier

Peter Drekmeier was born in Palo Alto. He enjoys whitewater rafting, backpacking and msuic. He became the mayor in 2009.

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[edit] Occupation

  • Conservationist and Environmental Educator
  • Campaign Coordinator, People for Land and Nature
  • Amateur Herpetologist

[edit] Education

[edit] Council Service

  • Elected to City Council in 2006
  • Member, Policy and Services Committee, 2006, 2007
  • Council/CAO Ad Hoc Committee, 2007
  • Liaison, Parks and Recreation Commission, 2006
  • Liaison, Junior Museum and Zoo, 2006
  • Member, Midpeninsula Community Media Center Advisory Committee, 2006
  • Member, Arastra Fund Advisory Committee, 2006, 2007
  • Representative, Santa Clara Valley Water District, 2006, 2007
  • Representative, Northwest Flood Control Zone Advisory Committee, 2006, 2007
  • Alternate, Utilities Advisory Commission, 2006, 2007
  • Alternate, Association of Bay Area Governments, 2006, Delegate, 2007
  • Alternate, League of California Cities Peninsula Division, 2006
  • Alternate, Northern California Power Agency, 2006
  • Alternate, Transmission Agency of Northern California, 2006
  • Neighbors Abroad, 2007
  • Shoreline Amphitheater, 2007
  • Alternate, San Francisquito Creek JPA, 2007

[edit] Professional Experience

  • Campaign Coordinator, People for Land and Nature
  • Executive Director, Earth Day Network
  • Co-Founder/Executive Director, Bay Area Action/Acterra
  • Founder/Director, Stanford Open Space Alliance
  • Co-Founder/Coordinator, Environmentalists Against War
  • Statewide Field Coordinator, California Propositions 12 (Park Bond) and 13 (Water Bond)
  • Campaign Coordinator, Sierra Club Devil's Slide Campaign
  • Youth Education Coordinator, Acterra Schools Group
  • Issues Coordinator, Earth Day 1990
  • Researcher, Pacific Energy and Resources Center

[edit] External links

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