The Owatonna People's Press reports in State Senator meets with residents in Waseca, Owatonna and Faribault:
fter a week in St. Paul, newly-elected state Sen. Vicki Jensen returned to District 24 to answer questions from constituents.
On Saturday, Jensen, DFL-Owatonna, talked issues with residents at Out to Lunch (Waseca), The Kitchen (Owatonna) and The Coffee Shop (Faribault). The meetings are part of the freshman senator’s “Second Saturdays with the Senator” meet and greets. . . .
“We talked a lot about education,” Jensen said. “Everyone has concerns. It affects everyone, even if you don’t have kids in schools. I heard a lot of concerns about what is coming out of the tax bill.”
Read the whole article on the paper's webpage. Jensen will hang out and talk with her constituents every second Saturday, the OPP notes in Sen. Jensen invites public to monthly chats.
The OPP reported on Monday in Highway 14 Partnership meets in Owatonna to push roadway:
District 24 state Sen. Vicki Jensen, DFL-Owatonna, said the completion of the roadway is her top priority. She will serve on the Senate Transportation and Public Safety Committee.
“To bring people and keep people in Greater Minnesota, we need to finish Highway 14 along the east and west corridor,” Jensen said.
The paper noted that over 60 people attended the meeting today.
TPT Almanac's Mary LaHammer caught Jensen and other state legislators at the capitol last week. Watch Jensen's reaction to her first week here:
Photo: Senator Vicki Jensen, DFL-Owatonna.
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