For more information contact: Tyler Blackmon 651-296-8826
We are in the final stretch of the legislative session, with less than a month to go. As budget negotiations continue, I will keep you updated on the priorities for our community.
Here is an update from the Capitol:
CONSERVATION & ENERGY MEET-AND-GREET
A reminder that tonight you're invited to an informal meet-and-greet with our Senate District 43 legislators and Conservation Minnesota. Details below:
What: “Conservation and Energy Meet-and-Greet” with local leaders, Senator Chuck Wiger and Representatives Leon Lillie and Peter Fischer. This is an informal meeting to discuss conservation topics such as renewable energy, clean water, recycling, and more. This is a great opportunity to connect with your state leaders to learn what they are working on as well as share your concerns.
When: Wednesday, April 26th at 7:00pm
Where: Maplewood Public Library, Community Program Room (3025 Southlawn Dr, Maplewood, MN 55109)
For whom: This is an open meeting for folks who live in the White Bear Lake, Oakdale, North St. Paul, Maplewood, and Mahtomedi areas who care about conservation and the environment.
RSVP: All who wish to attend are asked to RSVP to Julie Drennen at email@example.com or (612) 767-1569.
See more on Conservation Minnesota’s website.
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WHITE BEAR LAKE AUGMENTATION
White Bear Lake is one of the east metro's greatest assets, and we need to do everything we can to protect it. But as we know, the water level on the lake continues to be a problem.
I've been pleased to see that local community efforts to conserve water are already starting to pay off, and I'd like to build on that success as your legislator.
One concrete way I can do that is to make it easier to reuse storm water. Thankfully, my bill to do just that made it into the omnibus Environment budget bill, so there is a good chance it will pass by the end of session. As always, I will keep you updated.