MN Water Quality
Doug Barrett | Sep 5, 2017 AT 7:50 am
Staff members from Governor Mark Dayton's office have been traveling the state for so-called town hall meetings this summer to talk about water quality issues. Dayton has set a goal of improving the state's water quality 25-percent by 2025. The sessions are designed to give communities a chance to hear from experts and engage with policymakers to help make water safe for drinking... swimming...and fishing. Dayton announced the 25 by 25 campaign earlier this year.
One of the meetings will place tonight in Crookston on the UMC campus starting at 6:30 pm.