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Stuart M. Flashman

Co-Chair

Emeryville Shoreline Committee

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Emeryville Shoreline Committee

Background Information

Employment History

Attorney

Hayward Area Planning Association


Attorney

Law Offices of Stuart Flashman


President

Safeway Inc.


Activist

attorney and Sierra Club


Planning Commission Chair and A Public Eye Columnist

Berkeley Daily Planet


Senior Research Biologist

Stauffer Chemical Company


Assistant Professor of Genetics

North Carolina State University


Affiliations

Rockridge Community Planning Council

Chair, Board of Directors


Association of California Water Agencies

Board Member


City of Emeryville

City Council Member


Preserve Area Ridgelands Committee

Board Member


Alameda County Mosquito Abatement District Incorporated

Trustee


East Bay Municipal Utility District

Board Member


Web References(166 Total References)


Board Members | rockridge.org

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Plaque and public recognition for retiring long-time chair The plaque honoring now-retired RCPC board chair Stuart Flashman and presented to him at the November RCPC Town Hall meeting could hardly do full justice to his seven years of service with RCPC.
Flashman did not come to the RCPC board as a novice in public service. He had been a planning commissioner and city councilmember in Emeryville; an East Bay MUD director and, later, president; and he founded the Emeryville Shoreline Committee and served as its co-chair for five years.


Board Members | rockridge.org

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Plaque and public recognition for retiring long-time chair The plaque honoring now-retired RCPC board chair Stuart Flashman and presented to him at the November RCPC Town Hall meeting could hardly do full justice to his seven years of service with RCPC.
Flashman did not come to the RCPC board as a novice in public service. He had been a planning commissioner and city councilmember in Emeryville; an East Bay MUD director and, later, president; and he founded the Emeryville Shoreline Committee and served as its co-chair for five years.


RCPC Celebrates Stuart Flashman | rockridge.org

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Plaque and public recognition for retiring long-time chair The plaque honoring now-retired RCPC board chair Stuart Flashman and presented to him at the November RCPC Town Hall meeting could hardly do full justice to his seven years of service with RCPC.
Flashman did not come to the RCPC board as a novice in public service. He had been a planning commissioner and city councilmember in Emeryville; an East Bay MUD director and, later, president; and he founded the Emeryville Shoreline Committee and served as its co-chair for five years. Flashman slowed down a bit after moving to Rockridge in 1992, only to get involved again when he accepted an appointment to a vacant seat on the RCPC board of directors in 2007. After being elected to the board in 2008, he was chosen to serve as chair for the next four years. He continued to serve on the board through the end of his third term last April, and while no longer on the board, he continues to serve as co-chair of the Land Use Committee with current board member Greg Pasquali. Flashman has said he feels most proud of progress made during his tenure in raising RCPC's visibility in Rockridge and with the city.


rockridge.org

www.rockridge.org [cached]

Plaque and public recognition for retiring long-time chair The plaque honoring now-retired RCPC board chair Stuart Flashman and presented to him at the November RCPC Town Hall meeting could hardly do full justice to his seven years of service with RCPC.
Flashman did not come to the RCPC board as a novice in public service. He had been a planning commissioner and city councilmember in Emeryville; an East Bay MUD director and, later, president; and he founded the Emeryville Shoreline Committee and served as its co-chair for five years.


California Water Policy & Crisis | Families Protecting the Valley Newsletter

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Stuart Flashman, an Oakland lawyer who has sued the California High-Speed Rail Authority on behalf of cities in the Bay Area, said it "makes it a real long shot" for an opponent to block potentially damaging construction in court.
"If the Legislature passes this," he said, "both the Legislature and the governor ought to be ashamed of themselves.


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