Conservation & Public Service
Kirkman believes that conservation and traditional land use are important issues for our State. He has been an integral part of placing 3,000 acres under easement. These easements protect the natural beauty of our state, for future generations to enjoy.
Elected as Columbia City Councilmember from District 4, Kirkman served the City for four years, and became widely known and respected as a vigilant watchdog for the tax payer. Public service is not the only way that Kirkman Finlay serves his community. His primary interests are in initiatives that benefit our state through the protection of our environment and the advocacy of children and families. Kathleen and Kirkman also are active supporters of the arts community.