DEQ honors Meridian attorney
special to The Star
July 14, 2002
The Mississippi Commission on Environmental Quality recently honored Thomas L. Goldman, a Meridian attorney, for more than 16 years of service.
Goldman was first appointed to serve on the Commission on Environmental Quality in 1986 by Gov. Bill Allain. He was re-appointed in 1988 by Gov. Ray Mabus, and by Gov. Kirk Fordice in 1995.
Charles Chisolm, executive director of the Mississippi DEQ, praised Goldman's years of dedication in protecting the state's environment.
Alvus Hunt, chairman of the Commission on Environmental Quality, agreed.
The recognition ceremony took place June 27 in Jackson during a commission meeting held at the Mississippi DEQ.