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Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Chef from Fife lands in the Triangle

Here he is in Durham, N.C.

Comments (3)

Good for him. Whenever I went in he was available to chat a little bit. He was a nice guy and we don't have that many good meat-n-potatoes restaurant.

You missed the best line about Marco:

"The classically trained chef was looking for more diversity, in both a city and its restaurant community"

Someone should tweet Sammy about this.

Please don't give Sammy ideas - employees have already received the following email in at least one bureau: Mayor Adams, new County Chair Jeff Cogen and Commissioner Deborah Kafoury are speaking and signing a pledge against racism. The free workshops will be conducted by the Urban League, Native American Youth Association and Family Center (NAYA) and the Oregon Advocacy Commission.

The BES Diversity Committee would like BES employees to review, consider and sign the Pledge Against Racism. Please send the signed pledge to Donny Adair of the City's Diversity Development/Affirmative Action Office 106/400 by Thursday April 29th. Donny will give the pledges from all participating city employees to the Mayor's Office and Mayor Adams will present the pledges from city employees to YWCA representatives.

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