On Monday, January 16, 2017, I will be
accompanying United States Representative Jim Sensenbrenner at
his first round of listening sessions for 2017, in the Sixtieth
Assembly District. Representative Sensenbrenner will be
hosting two half-hour open forums to respond to constituent
inquiries, questions, and concerns. I will be on hand to
answer questions and solicit your input on statewide legislative
I very much look forward to conversing with you about issues affecting Wisconsin in the upcoming
legislative session and gaining your input on how to tackle
the state's most pressing and contentious issues. There is
not a better forum for obtaining constituent input and feedback
than listening sessions.
Representative Sensenbrenner and I will visit
the following locations on Monday, January 16, 2017:
9:00-9:30 P.M.: Newburg Village Hall--614
Main Street, Newburg
1:00-1:30 P.M.: Jackson Village Hall--N168W20733
Main Street, Jackson
United States Representative Jim
Sensenbrenner and I at a 2016 town hall meeting.
This week in the district
This week, I will be meeting with a number of
constituents, civic groups and municipal and school district
leaders, to discuss issues of importance to Sixtieth District
constituents. Some of the issues I will be discussing include: public school funding;
transportation; the 2017-2019 fiscal year budget; and the Port
Washington breakwater issue, to name just a few. Also, I
will be speaking at a meeting hosted by the Port Washington Rotary Club on Monday,
January 9, 2017, to discuss my legislative priorities for the
current session and the 2017-2019 biennial budget.
If you are interested in meeting with me to
discuss your concerns or having me speak to your class or civic
organization, please do not hesitate to contact my office.
As your voice in Madison, I am always open to meeting with you
and listening to your concerns.
Senator Duey Stroebel and I meeting with
constituents at a town hall meeting.