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NEONorthern Exposure Organics (Leaf Rapids, Manitoba, Canada)
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NEONATO Eyes Only (NATO security classification)
NEONASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) Earth Observations (US NASA)
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You can work non-stop on an issue or for a cause for years and not make a dent - or you can win your campaign, celebrate your success, but then watch everything you worked for get dismantled by a newly elected official or political platform change.
The newly elected official was the Commissioner-General of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA).
"I found his experience, encouragement and wonderful sense of humor invaluable as I navigated that steep learning curve as a newly elected official," reflects Carolyn Comitta, mayor of West Chester, Pa.
330 East Main Street in Branford, is a newly elected official to the Board of Trustees at The Country School (TCS) in Madison.
But Earth Days stands as a somewhat depressing, though very interesting, reminder of how fi'agile any environmental victory is (a newly elected official can always come in and reverse things), and how far we have left to go (minorities are still underrepresented in the movement, and technology still tends to be demonized).
Still, watching the debut--and thinking about what the producers do for an encore--brought to mind the politically themed movie "The Candidate," where the newly elected official realizes he's won, then asks somewhat ruefully, "Now what?"
So the newly elected official pinned them up on his potato shed to highlight council bureaucracy.
One essay repeats the word education to describe what a newly elected official must undergo to become a leader: "Local government leaders need a far-reaching 'education' in the broadest sense." Again: "An 'educated' newly elected or appointed official has just begun his or her education upon election or appointment." Another puts it in terms of possible political rivalry: "Council members who do their homework generally have an advantage over those who don't." "Seek help" is the advice on information gathering in another.
Every newly elected official has an idea of what government should look like and how it should work.
Forsythe's book, Memos to the Governor: An Introduction to State Budgeting, is written with the newly elected official in mind as the target audience.
"I found his experience, encouragement, and wonderful sense of humor invaluable as I navigated that steep learning curve as a newly elected official," reflects Carolyn Comitta, the mayor of West Chester, Pa.