State Rep. Ann Bollin will host virtual coffee hours at 10 a.m. Monday, April 19, to meet with residents of southeast Livingston County.
Bollin will be joined by Brighton Board of Education Trustee John Conely and Daryl Gallant, director of training at the Michigan Laborers’ Training and Apprenticeship Institute.
“In addition to providing a legislative update, I’m pleased to have these two community leaders joining us to talk about the importance of STEM education and skilled trades training,” said Bollin, of Brighton Township. “I’m looking forward to this opportunity to continue connecting with people in our community.”
Residents may register for the virtual coffee hours at tinyurl.com/BollinCoffeeHours. After registering, attendees will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
Bollin represents residents of the 42nd House District, which includes Brighton, Genoa, Green Oak, Hamburg and Putnam Townships, the City of Brighton and the Village of Pinckney.
Anyone unable to attend may contact Bollin’s office by calling (517) 373-1784 or emailing [email protected].
Rep. Bollin speaks on the House floor Wednesday, prior to House passage of her House Bill 4728, which would prevent state or local emergency orders from prohibiting or limiting graduation ceremonies at schools for the graduating class of 2020 or 2021.
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