State Rep. Cam Cavitt, R-Cheboygan, will soon host local office hours in Presque Isle and Cheboygan.
The meetings will take place at the following time and location:
Saturday, February 24
- Presque Isle District Library, 1 to 2 p.m., 18132 Lake Esau Hwy. in Presque Isle.
Monday, February 26
- State Street Coffee, 1 to 2 p.m., 211 W. State St. in Cheboygan.
No appointments are necessary to attend the meeting. Those who are unable to attend but would still like to share their thoughts with the representative may call his Lansing office at (517) 373-0833 or email [email protected].
Cavitt represents the 106th House District, which includes the Northern Michigan counties of Alcona, Alpena, Montmorency, Presque Isle, and portions of both Oscoda and Cheboygan.
“People harvest deer year-round. Whether it’s farmers with nuisance licenses or a surplus of deer during hunting season, there are always extra deer that need to be processed,” said Cavitt, R-Cheboygan. “MSAH gets the deer to processors and ensures all resulting venison gets to the dinner tables of people who need it.”
“Today, the governor gave us no hope that she will veer away from the radical spending spree that’s come to define her time in office. Instead of returning money to the taxpayers or paying down our debt, she keeps announcing expensive new programs.”
“The Democrat majority forced through terrible gun legislation that I opposed at every level,” Cavitt said. “Bills like these set a dangerous precedent for violating Second Amendment rights. I’m committed to undoing these dangerous policies. Our constitutional rights are the bedrock to our society, and we must hold up and honor those rights. However, the radical Democrat plan is now law and people need to be prepared.”
“This is a fantastic opportunity for the governor and her MPSC to put their money where their mouth is and support a Northern Michigan community,” Cavitt said. “The new energy mandates she forced through last year are damaging for rural communities. A major biomass power plant in Lincoln just announced it would be closing. Unless something changes, people are going to leave our community because they must find work. Giving ACC resources to educate folks on renewable energy can hopefully stop the bleed.”