Dec. 3, 2019
Nick Assendelft, EGLE Public Information Officer, AssendelftN@Michigan.gov, 517-388-3135
EGLE Media Office, EGLE-Assist@Michigan.gov, 517-284-9278
The U.P. Energy Task Force has scheduled a working session on Dec. 10 at Northern Michigan University in Marquette.
The meeting will be from 12:30-3:30 p.m. in Harden Hall Room 109 and there will be an opportunity for public comment. Comments can also be submitted by email to EGLE-UPEnergy@Michigan.gov.
People who need special assistance to participate in the meeting can contact Kimber Frantz at 517-284-5035 in advance of the meeting.
All comments and presentations from the Task Force's meetings will be considered by Task Force members as they work to accomplish the goals outlined in Gov. Whitmer's Executive Order:
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The Task Force must submit a plan to the governor by March 31, focused on alternative means to supply propane to the U.P. It is required to submit the remainder of its report by March 31, 2021.
Follow the activities of the U.P. Energy Task Force at Michigan.gov/UPEnergyTaskForce.
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