Your local legislators serving Putney, Dummerston and Westminster will be hosting a public community forum on Sunday, March 4th from 7-8:30pm at the Putney Public Library. State Representatives David Deen and Mike Mrowicki, will be joined by Sen. Jeanette White of Putney.
With the State Legislature at the halfway point of the 2018 session, here’s the opportunity to check in and hear what’s being worked on, what you’d like to see and question or comment on that, and more.
Whether it’s a new income based formula for funding education, cleaning up the soiled waters of Vermont, combining climate action and economic development or
how will Vermont deal with gun violence – here’s a chance for civil discourse.
“With the daily chaos from the White House getting dumped on the states, it’s up to us to make sure Vermont doesn’t get sucked into that funnel cloud of dirt”, Rep Mike Mrowicki of the WIndham 4 District shared.
“We’re working to build an economy that works for all, not just the well connected, protecting our environment and seeing that all Vermonters are treated equally, our work has to be done with one eye on Vermont and the other on DC. If we’re missing something because of that, we’d like to hear from you.”
This is a chance to check in and see if your legislators are carrying your concerns to the 25 different committees in the Legislature .
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