Dale Schultz in Plain, Reedsburg, Baraboo, LaValle and Cazenovia on Friday, August 1
State Senator Dale Schultz will make stops in Plain, Reedsburg, Baraboo, LaValle and Cazenovia on Friday, August 1. At three community listening sessions during the day, Dale will discuss the bipartisan initiative for state adoption of non-partisan redistricting. Schultz says it is a way to preserve a voice for residents as outside money gains more election influence.
In Plain, from 9:00 to 10:00 am, he will be at the Green Technology Enterprise Center, Hwy 23 North. He will meet with Michael Frank, President of Shop Pockets, Kim Ewers, President of Sew What Embroidery, and community members.
In Reedsburg, from 10:45 to 11:45, he will be at Wisconsin Metals, meeting with Sean McNevin, Plant Manager. Dale will tour a recent large addition to the manufacturing plant and express appreciation for the jobs Wisconsin Metals provides to support families and help support the community.
Also in Reedsburg, from Noon to 1:15 pm, Dale will have a Community Listening Session at the Reedsburg Recreation Center. The session is open to the public and Dale will be available to discuss any subject. The Recreation Center is in the 300 block of Vine Street, across from the public library.
In Baraboo, from 2:00 to 3:00, Dale will be at Circus World, meeting with Executive Director Scott O’Donnell. Dale serves on the Wisconsin Historical Society’s Board of Curators and is a former member the Sauk County Historical Society board of directors.
In LaValle, from 3:45 to 4:30, Dale will have a Community Listening Session at the Town of LaValle Town Hall. The session is open to the public and Dale will be available to discuss any subject. The Town Hall is on Hwy 33/58, one block north of the fire station.
In Cazenovia, from 4:45 to 6:00, Dale will have a Community Listening Session in the community room of the Village Hall/Fire House. The session is open to the public and Dale will hear and update on the Lee Lake Dam and be available to discuss any subject. The Fire House is at 303 Hwy 58.
Contributed by the Office of Senator Schultz
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