Area citizens unhappy with Senator Jeremy Miller's votes so far concerning frac sand setbacks from trout streams will take a trip to the capital.
They will meet on the steps of City Hall in Winona at 8:45 a.m. Tuesday morning where they will all sign an over-sized postcard addressed to Senator Miller before taking a bus to St. Paul where they will participate in a press conference before delivering the postcard to Miller.
Donna Buckbee with the Houston County Protectors says they hope to change Miller's mind about not supporting a one-mile setback.
Buckbee says the southeastern Minnesota's land is not the same as other parts of the state, and the regions karst geology needs to be protected.
Miller, a Republican from Winona, voted no in committee against the Omnibus Game and Fish bill which included provisions to protect southeast Minnesota trout streams from frac sand mining and processing.