This month’s League of Women Voters’ Lunch with a Leader is at 11:45 a.m., March 20 at Mesa Public Library and features Robert Gibson.
Gibson will briefly recap the most recent legislative session, but will focus on what he has learned about the legislative process beyond Civics 101 in an innovative manner as you might surmise from the title: Making Sausage: Observations of a Fly on the Wall at the Merry Roundhouse.
Gibson has served on the Los Alamos County Council, Board of Public Utilities, Transportation Board, the first Charter Review Committee, and most recently the Future Energy Resources Committee. For the past four sessions of the New Mexico State Legislature, he has been a bill analyst, researching proposed legislation for three different House committees and the Senate minority caucus.
When not engaged in developing public policy, Gibson is a physicist and engineer, retired from LANL but pursuing other projects. He also continues to fly part-time as a professional pilot and pursues several hobbies. He and his wife Lori Heimdahl Gibson, an educator and artist, reside on North Mesa.
To order a lunch prepared by the Co+op for $10, let Karyl Ann Armbruster know by March 17. Call her at 505.231.8286 or email her at email@example.com to hear the extensive choices you have. Of course, it is not mandatory to order lunch.