There is more work to be done! 10 Easy Ways to Help SAVE Settlers Park
Jul 15, 2016 — Even after a huge show of support at Monday's council meeting the Oak trees at Settlers Park are STILL slated to be cut down after the Hanover Harvest Festival in August. Let's make sure our city council represents the views of the majority of residents! There are other SAFER locations to put a ball field!! Tell Hanover City Council to bring a motion to STOP the current ball field project and look at alternative locations.
Make sure your voice is heard by doing any of the following:
1. Contact city hall by phone 763-497-3777 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org (be sure full email address is copied) and ask them to consider other options
2. Contact MN House Representative Eric Lucero by phone 651-296-1534 or by email @ email@example.com
3. Contact MN Senate member Mary Kiffmeyer by phone 651-296- 5655 or by email @ firstname.lastname@example.org
4. Contact US House Representative Tom Emmer by phone 202-225-2331 or by email at his website: https://emmer.house.gov/
5. Contact US Senator Amy Klobuchar by phone 888-224-9043 or by email at her website: http://www.klobuchar.senate.gov/public/
6. Contact US Senator Al Franken by phone 651-221-1016 or by email at his website: https://www.franken.senate.gov/
7. Contact The Minnesota Twins Community Relations administrators and let them know their grant money is being used to destroy this majestic grove of oak trees. email them at their website: http://minnesota.twins.mlb.com/team/front_office.jsp?c_id=min
8. Contact or speak to the board representatives of Hanover Youth Ball and the Hanover Athletic Association @ http://www.hanoveryouthball.org/
9. Attend Meetings!
-Council work meeting on Tuesday July 19 at 6PM,
-Park Board meeting Tuesday July 26, 7:00 PM,
-Council meeting Aug. 2 at 7PM in City Hall *ask to be in Citizen's forum
10. Sign and leave a comment on this petition and share with others!
Thank you for your support! Attached is a recently published letter from the President of the Hanover Historical Society voicing his concern.