Hello MN COLA!
Our next MNCOLA meeting will be on June 21, at the Great River Regional Public Library
in St Cloud MN.
Beginning at 10:30AM; adjournment by 3:30.
This meeting is graciously being hosted by the Stearns County COLA, and accordingly we have time set aside for them to provide an overview and insights into their COLA… and as you know there is a lot of activity going on in the Stearns County COLA.
As this is our Annual Meeting of our membership, we need to elect our officers: President, Vice-President, Secretary, and Treasurer. In addition, we are looking for a few people to volunteer for the following new leadership roles of Membership, Communications, and Surveys. Each of these roles will become part of our Executive team.
Among the highlights of the meeting will be a presentation/report on the Enbridge pipeline situation in Northern Minnesota by Richard Smith, President of Friends of the Headwaters.
In addition, we will have updates on the proposed PolyMet sulfide mining project now in the permitting process, the efforts to curtail muskie stocking, the starry stonewort treatment efforts on Lake Koronis, and a legislative action-report. We are working to get additional guest speakers on these issues.
Google this address for directions to the St Cloud Library:
1300 West St. Germain St
St Cloud, MN 56301
Here is the President's Report from our recent meeting in St. Paul on April 6, 2016.
Our next meeting is in the planning stages. If you would like to host a MN COLA meeting,
please contact Secretary Joe Shneider: email@example.com
And here is a video of the recent:
The Association of Cass County Lakes (ACCL) has produced an excellent Spring Newsletter
with many interesting items and links.
Here is the President's Report on our last MN COLA meeting at the BugBeeHive Resort on Lake Koronis:
Here is MN COLA's Public Comment on the PolyMet Project:
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