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leslie king <[log in to unmask]>
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Wed, 18 Mar 1998 04:15:49 -0500
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Hi Everyone, I am forwarding a message from Richard Sedano, the
commissioner of the Vermont Public Service commission.  He very kindly
agreed to come and talk to the class on March 30. So please check out the
WEB site he mentions.  Also, as you know, I will not be here on March 23
and I think there was some confusion about what you are doing on that day.
Please come to class! You may want to work in your groups but Bill will be
there to help and advise you and if you have any questions you can ask them
as a full class at the beginning of class. Hope you are all having a great
break and that you make some progress next week. Cheers, Leslie

>From: "Richard Sedano" <[log in to unmask]>
>Organization: Vt Dept of Public Service
>To: [log in to unmask]
>Date: Wed, 18 Mar 1998 13:15:46 EDT
>Subject: My visit with you and your class
>CC: [log in to unmask]
>Priority: normal
>X-mailer: Pegasus Mail for Win32 (v2.42)
>Hi Leslie
>I just want to close the loop and let you know that I am looking
>forward to visiting with you and your students on the 30th.
>Your message to Tom was helpful in helping me organize and prepare.
>One thought strikes me at this point - to focus on on-campus energy
>generation suggests that your students may want to investigate fuel
>cells.  Here is a web site where an interested person can get
>Rich Sedano
Leslie King
School of Natural Resources
University of Vermont
Tel: 802-656-3095
FAX: 802-656-2623