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Your Water, Your Voice: Great Waters, Great Economy in Dearborn

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Christ Episcopal Church

120 North Military Street

Dearborn, MI 48124

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What’s your water agenda?

This fall, the Center for Michigan is hosting dozens of Community Conversations statewide during our Your Water, Your Voice campaign! We want to hear how residents think state leaders should manage Michigan’s waters, from the Great Lakes to taps.

To do this, we need YOUR voice!

Join us from 10 AM - 11 AM on October 19th, in partnership with the League of Women Voters Dearborn-Dearborn Heights for a conversation about Michigan’s surface waters and the economic activity that relies on them. This facilitated dialogue will cover threats to surface water quality and how to balance environmental and economic interests.

What you share at this town hall will be incorporated into the Center’s Citizen’s Water Agenda, a report on citizen priorities that will be delivered to every elected state leader. We are here to be your megaphone in Lansing!

Advance RSVPs are appreciated but not required.


About the Center:

The Center for Michigan is a nonpartisan, nonprofit “citizenship company” that works to magnify Michiganders voices straight to Lansing. And your voices are being heard! Legislators have made major changes in response to citizen sentiment collected in our campaigns, from the nation’s largest preschool expansion to decreased business taxes and corrections spending to deeper investment in the state’s famed Pure Michigan campaign.

To learn more about the Center for Michigan and our decade of citizen engagement campaigns, please visit https://thecenterformichigan.net/public-engagement/. For a full list of the Center for Michigan and Bridge Magazine’s funders, please visit bridgemi.com/about.

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