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EIGHTH MEETING - Transportation Finance and Policy Division

2019-2020 Regular Session

STATE OF MINNESOTA EIGHTH MEETING
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES NINETY FIRST SESSION

TRANSPORTATION FINANCE & POLICY DIVISION
MINUTES

Representative Hornstein, Chair of the Transportation Finance & Policy Division, called the Eighth meeting to order at 12:45 P.M. on February 7th, 2019 in Room 10 of the State Office Building.

The Committee Legislative Assistant noted the roll.

Members present:

HORNSTEIN, Frank, Chair
TABKE, Brad, VC
TORKELSON, Paul, Lead
BERNARDY, Connie
ELKINS, Steve
HAUSMAN, Alice
KOEGEL, Erin
KOZNICK, Jon
MASIN, Sandra
NELSON, Michael
O’DRISCOLL, Tim
PETERSBURG, John
RICHARDSON, Ruth
RUNBECK, Lisa
WEST, Nolan
WOLGAMOTT, Dan
YOUAKIM, Cheryl


Members excused: HEINRICH, John


Representative Hornstein called the meeting to order at 12:45pm. A quorum was not yet present.

Jonathan Weinhagen, President and CEO, Minnesota Chamber of Commerce, introduced guests from Georgia.

Presentation by Dave Williams, Head of Infrastructure and Government Affairs, Atlanta Metro Chamber of Commerce

Representative Petersburg moved to approve the minutes of February 5th, 2019. THE MOTION PREVAILED.

Presentation by Kevin Tanner, Chair of the House Transportation Finance Committee, Georgia State House of Representatives

Presentation by John Robert Smith, Chair of Transportation for America, former Mayor of Meridian, Mississippi


The meeting was adjourned at 2:20pm.


Representative Frank Hornstein, Chair


Claire Steven, Committee Legislative Assistant


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Agenda:

Presentations: - William Schroeer, Executive Director, East Metro Strong, Saint Paul, MN - Kevin Tanner, Chairman of the Transportation Committee, Georgia State House of Representatives - Dave Williams, head of Infrastructure and Government Affairs, Atlanta Metro Chamber of Commerce - John Robert Smith, Chairman of Transportation for America

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