FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
December 20, 2016
Sen. Howard Marklein Announces Legislative Listening Sessions
Madison, WI — State Senator Howard Marklein (R-Spring Green) today announced listening sessions for January 2017.
“As the new legislative session begins on January 3, 2017, I have scheduled a series of 10 listening sessions throughout the 17th Senate District. All residents of the 17th Senate District are invited and encouraged to attend,” Marklein said. “If you are unable to attend a session, but would like to share your input, do not hesitate to contact me directly.”
Representative Ed Brooks, Representative Todd Novak and Representative Travis Tranel are planning to participate in the sessions that are in their corresponding districts.
The format for the listening sessions is designed so that every attendee has equal time to share their ideas and thoughts in a respectful environment. Depending on the number of attendees, participants may be asked to sign-up for a three minute time slot to be certain to give as many attendees the chance to speak as possible. Legislative staff will be on hand to coordinate each listening session to maximize audience participation and input.
Friday, January 6, 2017:
Necedah: 9-10:30am – Necedah Town Hall – 101 Center Street
Mauston: 12-1:30pm – Hatch Public Library – 111 West State Street
Kendall: 2-3pm – Kendall Village Hall – 219 E. South Railroad Street
Saturday, January 14, 2017:
Dodgeville: 10-11:30am – Dodgeville Public Library – 139 S. Iowa Street
Platteville: 1-2:30pm – UW-Platteville Ullsvik Hall (Nohr Gallery) – 1 University Plaza
Monday, January 16, 2017:
Richland Center: 10:30am-12 pm – Brewer Public Library – 325 N. Central Avenue
Fennimore: 1:30-3 pm – Fennimore City Building (City Meeting Room)- 860 Lincoln Ave.
Saturday January 21, 2017:
Reedsburg: 10-11:30am – Reedsburg Public Library – 370 Vine Street
Monday January 23, 2017:
Darlington: 10-11:30am – Town Bank – 15815 Wisconsin 81
Monroe: 1-2:30pm – Monroe City Hall – 1110 18th Avenue