Kansas Governor Sam Brownback Tuesday announced numerous appointments to boards and commissions.
“I appreciate the willingness of these talented Kansans to use their knowledge and expertise to serve their state and communities,” said Governor Brownback. “I’m confident that these individuals will serve the state with distinction.”
Peggy Palmer, Augusta, has been appointed to the Capitol Preservation Committee. Palmer is currently a Butler County Commissioner. She served in the Kansas House of Representatives from 1997-2001, and in the Kansas Senate from 2005-2009. In the Legislature, she was the chair of the Joint Committee on Arts and Culture and was Vice Chair of the House Tourism Committee.
Palmer is a public member of the Capitol Preservation Committee. The Capitol Preservation Committee is charged with reviewing and approving renovation proposals for the state capitol in addition to developing plans for a mural in the state commemorating the Brown v. Board of Education decision.