He felt attacked, and says so, specifically choosing the word to convey his strength of emotion. Yes, he felt personally attacked. But A.W. “Buster” Lewis also felt that R.E. Lee Memorial Episcopal Church in Lexington, Virginia–his parish–“as I knew it, was being attacked and that we needed to do something about it.”
Colleagues, Friends, and Family, When Cynthia Savo and I went to DCRA's former licensing office on North Capitol Street NE on the afternoon of October 19, 1999, we had no thought of celebrating a 17th birthday. I recall that we [...]
First of all, Madison Gas and Electric’s recent “community workshop” on its proposed Energy 2030 plan for Madison’s future energy needs was truly a community workshop. With some 200 participants from all over the civic spectrum, heavy on community leaders [...]
Recently JSA's CEO was featured in an article by Paul Fanlund, a writer for The Capital Times Mencer Donahue “Don” Edwards is regarded as one of the nation’s foremost mediators, an expert in alternative dispute resolution and civic engagement through [...]
It’s no surprise that Madison is a place where people are actively engaged in envisioning the future of energy generation and transmission. It’s the kind of thing we’re good at here. And the mix of science, technology, creativity and good [...]
Washington, D.C.-based Justice & Sustainability Associates (JSA) is expanding its commitment to community engagement by partnering with Madison Gas and Electric (MGE), a regulated natural gas and electric utility headquartered in Madison, Wisconsin. JSA is designing and facilitating, as an independent third-party, MGE’s upcoming Community Energy Conversations.