As West Michiganders living along the Lake Michigan shoreline, we know just how valuable our water is here in our state and to the rest of the nation. Yet, Michigan also faces an array of water quality issues, ranging from sewage in our waterways to toxic PFAS chemicals, and lead and copper in our drinking water. 

Join me and my House colleague, Rep. David LaGrand, as well as experts on environmental issues, for a telephone town hall on Tuesday, Sept. 27 at 11 a.m. to discuss West Michigan’s water quality issues, and to hear what House and Senate Democrats are doing about it. This is an interactive event, so there will also be an opportunity to ask questions! >> RSVP on Facebook to join the event by phone. We’ll be streaming this event across multiple social media platforms to ensure everyone who wants to be a part of the discussion can be! 

Working for you, 

Winnie Brinks
State Senator
29th District