Here's your chance to speak out about Minnesota's environment. The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency will hold a special forum in Rochester next Tuesday, November 27th, to present its visions for the environment.
The MPCA also wants to hear from citizens on their ideas and visions with the results being submitted to Governor Mark Dayton's administration at a statewide Environment Congress next March which will assess the Minnesota's progress toward clean air, water and energy.
The Rochester public forum will take place from 9:30 a.m. to noon at Rochester's Wood Lake Meeting Center. It's the first of six such forums that will be held around the state in November and December.