Governor Walz has called a special session for Monday, July 13. Among the issues to be discussed include the governor’s ongoing emergency powers, and COVID-related measures to ensure the health and safety of Minnesotans.
My priorities include passage of the PROMISE Act to rebuild after the civil unrest. We will also continue to push for passage of police accountability measures.
You can monitor the legislative schedule and meetings here.
DEED Awards $3.3 Million for Contamination Cleanup
The city of Minneapolis awarded $375,218 in cleanup funding for a 3.54-acre site on Central Avenue contaminated with petroleum and other substances. The site will be redeveloped into office and commercial space. The project is anticipated to create 76 new jobs, retain 179 jobs and increase the tax base by $186,361. Matching costs will be paid by the developer and other grant sources. You can read more here.
E-Updates will temporarily end soon
During an election period, legislators cannot use state resources for unsolicited communications because it might create an unfair advantage. While these updates will temporarily come to an end, you can still follow me on my legislative Facebook page. I am still available to help with the state-level problems and discuss issues important to our community, so continue to reach out with any input, ideas. I value hearing from you, so please don’t hesitate to email me at email@example.com or call (651) 296-4219 any time.
Thank you for the privilege of serving District 60A in the legislature.