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:LIMBA Speaker Peter Curtis
Peter Curtis is the founder of Power Management Concepts, LLC an Engineering, Research and Technology Company formed in 1998. Mr. Curtis has been at the forefront of developing new technology innovations for products such as M.C. Access, GreenBUS, and SmartWALK along with the development of education content/LMS all to reduce human error and improve energy security for the Digital Society.
Mr. Curtis has thirty years of experience working in the mission critical engineering industry having worked for Bankers Trust/Deutsche Bank, Securities Industry Automation Company (SIAC), the Suffolk County Water Authority, and Sperry Corporation...
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Our speaker at LIMBA this Friday morning was Suffolk County Comptroller John Kennedy. Mr. Kennedy began by telling us of his experience in the ranks of labor as a lineman for Broadway Maintenance. He was inspired to get a college education and enrolled in St Johns law school. Later he studied municipal finance and had other educational life experiences. After establishing his credentials Kennedy gave us his take on his current position.
Among the most important things that must be accomplished is the building out of sewers and stewardship of the environment...