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ALBERT LEA, Minn. — Residents in our area were supposed to get a visit from Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton tonight.
But, the “Meeting with Mark” event has been cancelled due to an incoming winter storm.
The series of talks gives people a unique chance to ask questions and share concerns with the Governor on key topics throughout the state.
While also providing easy access to have their voices heard.
“People often times think that people like the governor or even legislatures are unreachable,” Albert Lea-Freeborn County Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Randy Kehr said. “Well, here is a classic case of someone who is reachable.”
A new date for the event will be announced as soon as it’s scheduled.