This is the last legislative E-Update I will be sending to you until after the elections in November. State Statute 11.33 prohibits elected officials who are running for re-election or seeking another office to distribute 50 or more pieces of identical material to constituents after April 15th in an election year. As such, this is the final legislative E-Update I will be able to send to you for several months.
I am proud of all of our accomplishments over the past number of years and I have enjoyed keeping you informed of my efforts and overall legislative activity.
In case you missed any of my E-Updates, please know that they are all available to you online at: www.leibhamsenate.com.
Again, I am proud of everything we have accomplished this session and look forward to meeting many more of you in the months to come. Even though you will not be receiving a regular legislative E-Update from me, I am still available to answer questions, assist you with your interactions with state government and receive input. I encourage you to contact me in the coming months as we prepare for the next legislative session.
Thank you for your interest and grassroots involvement in your state government. Your input, ideas and questions are an essential part of the bigger conversation. As always, it has been a pleasure communicating with you. Please remember to communicate with me and share your input by calling 888-295-8750, writing to me at P.O. Box 7882, Madison, WI 53707-7882, or by e-mailing me at Sen.Leibham@legis.wisconsin.gov. You can also log on to the 9th Senate District on-line office at www.leibhamsenate.com.
It is an honor to work for and represent the residents of the 9th District in the State Senate!
~ Out & About ~
PGA Office Ribbon Cutting – It was great to be a part of the ribbon cutting for the new Professional Golfers Association (PGA) headquarters at Whistling Straits as we all prepare for the next PGA Championship in 2015.
Sheboygan Falls Chamber Main Street Annual Meeting & Dinner – I was honored to join the business and community leaders of Sheboygan Falls to celebrate and recognize their achievements in 2013.
Lutheran High School Dinner Auction – As an alumnus, I enjoyed supporting Lutheran High School at their annual auction.
Sheboygan County Legislative Breakfast & City of Sheboygan Leadership Meeting – I provided a legislative update and summary at our monthly meetings.
Chilton Fire Department Brat Fry – I enjoyed some great brats and supporting those who serve our community.
Sheboygan Senior Activity Center Luncheon – I was honored to provide a legislative update and overview at the Sheboygan Senior Activity Center’s monthly luncheon. Thanks to everyone who took the time to enjoy the luncheon with me.
Ribbon Cutting at the Ozone Monitoring Station – Joining many business leaders in our community, we cut the ribbon on a new Ozone Monitoring Station in Sheboygan County which will help record data on our air quality more effectively. This important tool may allow industry in Sheboygan to grow in the years to come while protecting our environment.
Military Services Summit – I joined a number of military service providers and families to discuss options for those serving and their families.
Conservation Congress- I look forward to attending the annual Conservation Congress Spring Hearings in Sheboygan and Manitowoc, which begin tonight at 7pm at the UW-Manitowoc Theatre (705 Viebahn Street, Manitowoc, WI) and Plymouth High School auditorium (125 Highland Avenue, Plymouth, WI).