As the chair of the House State and Local Government Committee, I presented the State and Local Government portion of our Elections, State and Local Government budget. It was an honor to work and develop legislation with committee members on both sides of the aisle; through compromise, shared conversations, and bipartisan collaboration. We passed the bill on Tuesday last week, which invests in core government functions, like cybersecurity and IT infrastructure, that have been underinvested in over the past twenty years, so Minnesotans can be better served with greater efficiencies.
The next step for our budget bills is a conference committee, in which we’ll meet with the Senators to iron out differences within each version of a bill. Some of those have already been appointed by Speaker Hortman and Senate Majority Leader Dziedzic and work will begin on those very soon.
Our state constitution requires us to adjourn by May 22, and we’re fulfilling our duty expeditiously to deliver the results Minnesotans expect of their legislature.
Plymouth’s Drop-Off Days: April 28 and 29
If you’re optimistic about warmer weather and have started spring cleaning, the city of Plymouth is hosting two drop-off days this weekend. This year’s Drop-Off Days are set for Friday, April 28 and Saturday, April 29 at the Plymouth Maintenance Facility, 14900 23rd Ave. N. Plymouth residents only – identification required. You can read more about accepted items and find other details on the City’s website.
Keep in Touch
Please continue to reach out anytime at email@example.com or 651-296-5511 with questions or to let me know how I can be of assistance. Your input drives my work for our Plymouth and Medicine Lake communities.
Thank you for the honor of representing you in St. Paul.