Photo above from Hormel Nature Center
City of Austin hosting at
Hormel Nature Center
5pm - Social time
6pm - Dinner
7pm - SEMLM Membership meeting and speakers
MN Homeland Security and Emergency Management (HSEM) - News and Updates for Cities and Counties - Michael Peterson, Regional Program Coordinator
SE MN County Emergency Managers Panel Discussion and Q&A with attendees
2024 Legislative Input from Cities
SEMLM Summer Event
at Wabasha on June 29
City Street Funding Changes and New Programs Update
MNDOT Ted Shoenecker, Assistant Division Director for State Aid and Statewide Radio
Small Cities Assistance Account
New Larger Cities Assistance Account
Other Transportation News
See Ted's Powerpoint presentation given June 29 , click here:
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Southeast MN Economic Study
In the news:
Through a grant appropriation from DEED, in early 2018 SEMLM and CEDA engaged HR&A Advisors, Inc. to conduct a study to understand the economic growth facing cities and counties in Southeast Minnesota. The Southeast Minnesota Economic Impact Study aims to provide communities in the eight-county region with long-range population, employment, and economic forecasts at the county- and region-wide scales. These forecasts will equip municipalities, counties, and the Region with quality data that can inform long-range planning, guiding important municipal and county decision making for things like investment in new infrastructure and public works, municipal services and schools, land use planning, and strategic downtown planning, in addition to regional considerations about transportation investment and housing growth. With a clearer understanding of the future population and economy of Southeast Minnesota, the Region can work to ensure that this growth is equitable and sustainable, serving all residents and workers.