Tuesday, June 2, 2020
6:30 pm  |  (UTC-05:00) Central Time (US & Canada)  |  2 hrs 30 mins

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Board Meeting Dates:

FIRST TUESDAY OF EACH MONTH (except holiday, caucus, or
election days). 

Call to order at 6:30 PM

2020 Meeting Schedule:
January 7
February 4
March 3
April 7
May 5
June 2
July 7
August 4
September 1
October 6
November 2
December 1

President
Bob Hodapp (Kandiyohi County)
13919 Skyline Drive
Spicer, MN 56288
Term Expiration: 04/26/2021

Vice President
Shane Braegelman (Stearns County)
PO Box 582
Belgrade, MN 56312
Term Expiration: 04/27/2022

Secretary
Ruth Schaefer (Kandiyohi County)
14950 E Calhoun Road
Spicer, MN 56288
Term Expiration: 04/26/2022

Treasurer
Gordy Behm (Kandiyohi County)
13851 Diamond Shore Road
Atwater, MN 56209
Term Expiration: 04/26/2020

Co-Treasurer
Jay Hedtke (Meeker County)
53825 CSAH #16
Grove City, MN 56243
Term Expiration: 04/26/2021


Observed Holidays – District Office Closed New Year’s Day; Martin Luther King Jr. Birthday; President’s Day; Memorial Day; Independence Day; Labor Day; Veteran’s Day; Thanksgiving; Christmas Eve & Christmas Day

2019 Significant Events February – Legislative Reception and MAWD Day at the Capitol. April  – Earth Day, Prairie Woods Environmental Learning Center. Early June – Paddle the Crow. Date  End June –  MAWD Summer Meeting. Date September – Clean Up the Crow.  December – MAWD Annual Meeting

Minutes

The Board of Managers play a crucial role in the success of MFCRWD.  The board meets monthly to set policies, direct activities, and make key decisions on MFCRWD projects and programs.  Board members must be voting residents within the Watershed District boundaries and may not be a public officer (with exception to a Soil and Water Conservation District supervisor).

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