Bullock appoints ex-DNRC head to oil-and-gas board

2013-04-01T15:00:00Z 2013-04-01T15:05:08Z Bullock appoints ex-DNRC head to oil-and-gas board missoulian.com
April 01, 2013 3:00 pm

HELENA (AP) – Gov. Steve Bullock has appointed his predecessor’s natural resources director to the state Board of Oil and Gas Conservation.

Mary Sexton led the Department of Natural Resources and Conservation under Gov. Brian Schweitzer. Bullock replaced her with John Tubbs of Helena when he took office in January.

On Friday, Bullock appointed Sexton to the seven-member oil and gas board.

In addition to Sexton, Bullock named to the board John Evans of Butte, Linda Nelson of Medicine Lake and Wayne Smith of Valier.

Board members serve four-year terms.

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  1. MiddleFinger
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    MiddleFinger - April 01, 2013 7:47 pm

    Good on you Gov Bullock.

    Where I come from a bullock is a castrated bovine. But your actions prove otherwise.

    Bob's your uncle dude!
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