Some of the organizations that served on the Michigan Land Use Leadership Council (NAACP, MEC, MFB, MAR, and the Chamber) participated in a media campaign on land use this summer (for more info, see www.michiganlanduse.org). As part of this campaign, a brochure was produced that has some of the land use questions that deserve answers from every candidate in Michigan to assure a stronger and more prosperous future for our state and our children. Please download this brochure, use it, and distribute widely: http://www.michiganlanduse.org/FinalBro.pdf
Julie Metty Bennett, M.S.
Senior Consultant for Natural Resources
Public Sector Consultants
600 W. St. Joseph, Ste. 10
Lansing, MI 48933
From: Ginny Leikam [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Friday, October 15, 2004 10:07 AM
To: Mich Enviro
Subject: E-M:/ Monroe State House Candidate Debate--Monday Oct. 18thWho will be your voice in Lansing?Concerned about the environment, public health, or the economy?Let the candidates hear your concerns.
Michigan House of Representatives—MonroeCandidate DebateSponsored byEcology Center
Cosponsored byMichigan United Conservation Clubs (MUCC)This debate is an opportunity for residents of Monroe County to hear how candidates running for State House of Representatives would approach many key environmental, conservation, economic and social issues in Monroe County, if elected.
What: Debate between House of Representatives candidatesHerbert Kehrl (D) and John Manor (R) (confirmed)
When: Monday, October 18, 20047:00-8:30 PM
Time is allotted for the candidates to answer audience questions, so please arrive early to submit a question you would like to ask the candidates.
Where: Monroe High School901 Herr Rd.
For more information or details please contact Ginny Leikam at or by phone at 734-663-2400 ext. 119