Hear from lawyer, author, real estate developer and former elected official Grady Gammage Jr. at the next Business Buzz luncheon.
From 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., Tuesday, Dec. 15, the Rim Country Regional Chamber of Commerce will hold its Business Buzz meeting, “Rethinking Arizona and Northern Gila County,” at the Chaparral Pines clubhouse.
In his academic role, Gammage is a senior fellow at ASU’s Morrison Institute.
His work focuses on urban growth and development, quality of life and local economic issues. He also teaches at the College of Law and at the College of Architecture and Environmental Design.
As a lawyer, Gammage has represented real estate projects ranging from master planned communities, to sprawling subdivisions, to high rise buildings and intense urban mixed use redevelopment.
He served on the Central Arizona Project Board of Directors for 12 years.
As a real estate developer, he built an urban mixed use project in the City of Tempe, which won three architectural awards.
Gammage is the author of, “Phoenix in Perspective” and numerous articles on land use and growth issues.
RSVP to the Northern Gila County Economic Development Corporation or chamber of commerce at (928) 978-0681 or (928) 474-4515 by Dec. 10. Cost of lunch is $13.