Remember when Rep. Tim Walz filed a letter with PUC claiming that Invenergy’s Melville Nickerson was his constituent?

Today, he’s filed another, and it’s much better:

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Yeah, that earlier one is a hard one to forget:

Invenergy is Rep. Walz’ constituent?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Much better, looks like he’s paying attention to his constituents!

 

 

 

 

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Got that?

Wednesday, October 11

11:45 and 6:30

Red Wing Ignite Building

419 Bush Street

Refreshments served!

Our community is in part what we make it to be, and the key to change is showing up.

On that note, for your review:

Red Wing Citizens Assembly Event Report

Just released today — the Minnesota Supreme Court invalidates the disorderly conduct statute and sends Robin Hensel’s conviction down to the lower court:

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In the STrib:

Minn. Supreme Court invalidates law that bars disturbing public meetings

Coming soon, next Thursday, the Public Utilities Commission will make a determination on Completeness on the Freeborn County Wind Project application, and decide whether it should be referred to Office of Administrative Hearings for a Contested Case.

Here are the PUC StaffBriefingPapers

Contested case here we come!

And greetings from the Antique Boat Motor Show… zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz…

 

Alan tells me there are no photos of our cats on Legalectric!  How can that be?  Here’s Maggie (the tortise) and Thor (white with grey) the day we got them, just after their much needed bath.  That was November 1 or so, the neighbors were moving and had all these kittens… I’d met their mother when she came over to our 100-mile garage sale and spent the day hanging out with us:

I’d put food out for her on the deck, put out a basket for her to lounge in, and wanted to bring her in to be spayed, because she was “living” in their little storage shed, but I couldn’t take that on then.  Drat, because maybe four months later, there were kittens running around.  Then they had to move, and had all these kittens, then it was down to two, and I saw one on one of the city’s fb pages, recognized the houses in the background, went over with a cat carrier and next thing you know, Little Sadie has two new friends:

And then phone had “catastrophic failure” and there went all the photos!  … sigh… yes, CATastrophic, off into the interwebs.  Disaster…