Rep. Lasinski’s Capitol and Community Updates 7-13-17
Welcome to my latest e-newsletter! I hope you have been enjoying your summer with family and friends. For me, it has been a great time to get caught up in Lansing and spend more quality time in the district. If I haven’t seen you at an event or coffee hour yet, I hope to later in the summer.
As always, please feel free to contact my office if you have any questions, concerns or ideas about legislation. You can contact me and my staff at (517) 373-0828, by email at DonnaLasinski@house.mi.gov or by visiting my website at RepLasinski.com.
Thanks to all those who came to my coffee hours this past week. I am always impressed and grateful when you take time out of your summers to discuss the issues affecting our community and our state!
Please stay tuned for my upcoming coffee hour schedule. If you have suggestions for locations for future events, please contact me and my staff at (517) 373-0828 or DonnaLasinski@house.mi.gov.
I am hosting a listening tour stop with the Progressive Women’s Caucus on Wednesday, Aug. 16. Part of a statewide listening tour, please join us and voice your concerns about policies and challenges facing women and families in Michigan. There will also be opportunities to take action on the issues that matter to you.
Wednesday, Aug. 16
Scio Township Hall Board Room,
827 N. Zeeb Road in Ann Arbor
What To Do In HD 52
Reminder: Saline Celtic Festival
The Saline Celtic Festival is taking place tomorrow, Friday, July 14, and Saturday, July 15! The festival celebrates Saline’s sister city relationship with Brecon, Wales, and offers jousting, sheep herding, dancing, food and drink, and activities for children as well. For more information, please contact my office.
Working for HD 52
As mentioned before, the Michigan House of Representatives has a lighter session schedule in the summer to accommodate district plans. We met on Wednesday, July 12, and a list of bills introduced and passed can be found here: http://legislature.mi.gov/doc.aspx?daily
Throughout the summer, my staff and I are still hard at work on the policy issues affecting our community, including broadband access. As always, if you have ideas for legislation or concerns about state policies, please reach out to my staff and me.
Become a Master Rain Gardener
Looking for a way to help make our waters cleaner? Try creating a rain garden in your yard! Through the Washtenaw County water resources commissioner’s office, you can become a Master Rain Gardener – but hurry! The first webinar to become certified is tomorrow, Friday, July 14, at noon. Register here: http://www.ewashtenaw.org/government/drain_commissioner/water-resources-commissioner-news/wrc-news/2017-news-items/become-a-master-rain-gardener
Job Search Help
If you are looking for a new job and/or career, the state of Michigan may be able to help you in your search. Pure Michigan Talent Connect can help you search for, and get updates on, job opportunities. Currently there are nearly 100,000 jobs featured on the site! Check it out here: http://www.mitalent.org/
I hope you’ve found this information useful. Please contact my office if we can be of any assistance.