And do listen to the great work of the other artists up for awards, many of whom are my friends.
I urge you to vote for Dave Hopper– who has patiently recorded me for the past few years—for Best Studio Engineer. In a welcome break from the nightmarish reality show billed as the Presidential election, the Chicago Cubs delivered the feel-good story of the year– their first World Series Championship since 1908.
Though the clinching game was out of town, my Wrigleyville neighborhood erupted with the wildest party I’ve ever witnessed.
It hardly mattered whether the Cubs won or lost when you could converse and sometimes even play catch with the outfielder, and resort to “Right field sucks! ” taunts with other Bleacher Bums when things really got boring on the diamond.
And there was always Harry Caray, hanging out of the press box at a death-defying angle as his booze-soaked, gravelly voice led us in “Take Me Out to the Ball Game.” Then in 1984 the Cubs shocked everyone by winning their National League division.
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We minimize risk for landowners, investors, and community solar buyers by ensuring that all our projects are well-capitalized and developed by highly qualified engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) partners. Tory was formerly permitting head and Interim City Planner for the City of Pittsfield. S in Environmental Design from University of Massachusetts-Amherst.
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Michael previously developed new power plant investments as Development and Mergers & Acquisitions Manager for New Jersey’s largest utility (PSE&G) and practiced project financing law. He holds the AICP designation from the American Institute of Certified Planners. Dan leverages geospatial data to identify valid sites for solar energy and prioritize the best sites using a proprietary decision support model. in Environmental Science from Brown University where he conducted research on detecting agricultural intensification using a multispectral time series of remote sensing data.
He began his career in 2003 as Policy Adviser for the Ontario government, leading procurement of over 200 megawatts of wind power. He previously consulted for the US Environmental Protection Agency, the US Army Corps of Engineers, and The Nature Conservancy, where he developed a GIS-based tool for siting shale gas infrastructure with minimal environmental impact.
On the other hand, perhaps I should not get a big head– I’m worth less than a beer!