An Insider’s View of San Miguel’s Government
By Robin Loving Rowland
Ever wonder how things work inside the municipal offices—how they are similar or different from municipal offices you might have worked with in another community? Gerardo Arteaga, San Miguel municipal councilor from 2006 to 2009, will help you understand how to work with city hall.
Rotary Club Presentation
“An Insider’s View of San Miguel’s Government”
Tue, Sep 9, 12:30pm
Hotel Misión el Molino
Salida de Querétaro 1
Arteaga is a lawyer whose practice focuses on tourism, real estate, immigration, administration, environment, audits, and litigation. When he worked with the municipality, he was commissioner of urban development and public works. His projects included planning, environmental protection and served on the commission for ecology, rural development, tourism, and health.
As director of ecology and environment from 2003 to 2006, Arteaga led the planning, design and execution of green spaces, environmental preservation, and environmental education. He was the sole Mexican invited to the United Nations to sign an urban environment convention to protect and preserve the environment.
Arteaga’s previous legal practice included working in the area of mining, textiles, metals, mechanics, the restoration of contaminated environmental sites, among others.
Arteaga holds a master’s degree in environmental and energy law from Tulane University in the US, and is bilingual. He has been a visiting professor in Mexico, and was president of the International Lawyers Association at Tulane in the 1990s. He received a Rotary scholarship of goodwill in 2004.
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Don’t miss it! Tuesday, September 9, at 12:30pm at the Rotary Club of San Miguel, Midday, Hotel Misión el Molino, Salida a Querétaro 1. The presentation will be free.