McBroom invites public input at hearing

LANSING — State Sen. Ed McBroom invites Upper Peninsula residents to participate in an upcoming hearing of the Senate Natural Resources Committee via remote teleconference on Wednesday, May 15, at 8:30 a.m. EDT.

The committee will discuss Senate Bill 37, which would reverse a Natural Resources Commission ban on baiting and feeding deer in the entire Lower Peninsula and could impact proposed DNR baiting and feeding regulations in the Upper Peninsula.

Additionally, senators will discuss the Keweenaw Bay Indian Community’s application to regulate water quality and air quality on the L’Anse Reservation.

the hearing will be held in Lansing. There will be a remote teleconference locations at Michigan Works! – Escanaba, 2950 College Ave., and the Baraga County Administration Building Conference Room, 2 South Main St., L’Anse

For more information, residents should call McBroom’s office at 517-373-7840 or email SenEMcBroom@senate.michigan.gov


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