speak at ‘Breakfast Club’
Tuttle, executive director of the Sacramento Area Council of Governments,
or SACOG, will talk about “Planning for the Future”
on Tuesday, May 13 as part of the California State University, Sacramento
Alumni Association’s Breakfast Club Speakers Series. Tuttle
will speak at 7:30 a.m. in the Steven Lee Yamshon Alumni Center.
The free talks, which include breakfast, feature a range of guests
speaking on hot topics in the Sacramento region in a low-key, off-the-record
format that allows audience interaction.
Tuttle, a fourth-generation native of the Sacramento Region, has
been executive director of SACOG, the six-county Sacramento regional
transportation-planning agency, since January 1999. The agency,
which is overseeing the delivery of $1.86 billion in transportation
projects, was recently named “Organization of the Year”
by the California Transportation Foundation and “Clean Air
Hero” by the American Lung Association.
Before joining SACOG, Tuttle managed the Solano Transportation Authority
for three years and served as a top aide in the State Assembly for
13 years. His talk will focus on SACOG’s planning for the
US 50 corridor.
The event is sponsored by the engineering and computer science chapter
of the CSUS Alumni Association.
Seating for the event is limited. For reservations or additional
information, contact the Alumni Association at (916) 278-6295.