Dan Wolk, appointed last month to the Davis City Council, will share his thoughts about downtown Davis at the Davis Downtown Business Association’s monthly brown-bag lunch Wednesday.
The informal gathering will be from noon to 1 p.m. in the conference room at River City Bank, 123 E St. No RSVP is necessary, and the public is invited.
One of only a few Davis High School graduates to become a Davis City Council member, Wolk has pursued a career in law and public service since graduating in 1995. Following completion of a bachelor’s degree at Stanford University and a law degree from UC Berkeley’s Boalt Hall, Wolk began practicing public law with a Sacramento firm.
In 2009, he became a deputy county counsel for Solano County, with a focus on water, public finance and public contracting. He is the founder of the Legal Clinic of Yolo County and is a former chair of the Davis Social Services Commission.
Organized by DDBA’s Visioning and Community Relations Committee, the brown-bag lunch series facilitates relaxed dialogue in a casual setting with public figures who have an impact on downtown Davis. The lunches typically are held on the fourth Wednesday of each month; details can be found at http://www.davisdowntown.com.
Participants should bring a lunch or purchase one at any downtown eatery. For more information, contact Joy Cohan, DDBA director, at (530) 756-8763 or email@example.com.