First town hall to be held July 31 in Rochester
Minnesotans encouraged to participate and continue important conversations around improving the state’s water quality 25 percent by 2025
- PAUL, MN – Governor Mark Dayton today announced the dates and locations of a series of Water Quality Town Hall meetings beginning in late July. The ten town halls will offer Minnesotans an opportunity to discuss the water quality challenges facing their communities and our state, learn from experts, and engage with policymakers. The town hall meetings build on the momentum from Governor Dayton’s “25 by 25” Water Quality goal proposal, announced earlier this year.
“All Minnesotans have a stake in water that’s safe for drinking, swimming, and fishing,” said Governor Dayton. “These town hall meetings will further the important conversations already happening across Minnesota around water quality. Together we can develop strategies and solutions that work for all of our communities.”
The town hall meetings will be attended by key members of Governor Dayton’s Cabinet who want to hear from Minnesotans about ways to improve the state’s water quality at the local level.
Attend a Water Quality Town Hall This Summer or Fall
Ten town hall meetings have been scheduled in communities across Minnesota. These town hall meetings are free to attend and open to the public. Each town hall meeting will run from 6:30-8:30 p.m. with registration beginning at 6:00 p.m. No advance registration is necessary.
A complete list of dates and locations is available online: https://www.eqb.state.mn.us/Townhalls