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March 28 | Senate District 64 Community Forum

post-top-RedWingJoin us for a community environmental forum, co-hosted by Fresh Energy, for constituents of Senator Dick Cohen and Representative Erin Murphy and Representative Dave Pinto. The forum will focus on critical environmental and conservation issues being considered by your legislators this session, and is sponsored by the organizations working together to protect what Minnesotans love.

Please join the discussion!  Hear from your neighbors about the major environmental issues at the Capitol.  Share your priorities for protecting Minnesota’s lakes, rivers, land, air, and great outdoors!

Community Environmental Forum
for  
all constituents
of  
District 64 legislators:
Senator Cohen and Representatives Murphy & Pinto
Saturday, March 28th, 2015
11:00AM—12:30PM
Mendel Hall, St. Kate’s University

Please RSVP if you will attend.

Expected Topics of Discussion Include:

Clean Energy & Jobs: improving the amount of wind and other clean power in Minnesota’s energy mix to 40% by 2030, and increasing the expected energy efficiency improvements for utilities from 1.5% to 2% per year;

Move Minnesota: fixing Minnesota’s transportation system – roads, bridges, transit, and safe accessible bike & pedestrian routes.  The system is in desperate need of repair.  Fixing and improving it requires long-term sustainable funding;

Clean Water: securing ongoing funding for the University of Minnesota’s Forever Green perennial and cover crop development program;

Defense: safeguarding Minnesota’s bedrock environmental protections and traditional levels of funding to protect our Great Outdoors.

All residents of Senate District 64 are invited to the Community Environmental Forum.  For more information, email the Minnesota Environmental Partnership, or call 651-290-0154, and ask for Matt or Miranda.

Join us for a community Environmental Forum for constituents of Senator Dick Cohen and Representative Erin Murphy and Representative Dave Pinto, focused on critical environmental and conservation issues being considered by your legislators this session.

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