State Rep. Mike Mueller, R-Linden, today released the following statement on the devastating fire in downtown Holly:
“My heart breaks for the Holly community as such a large portion of downtown burns. These historic buildings are where so many local business owners made their livelihoods and local families made precious memories. While many uncertainties remain, Holly is a resilient community and I know people will continue to come together to help those who are directly affected by this devastating loss.
“I want to thank the men and women from the many fire departments battling the blaze in extreme heat, as well as the emergency medical responders who are on scene. Their hard work has undoubtedly kept the situation from being much worse.”
State Rep. Mike Mueller today invited residents to meet with him during a coffee hour on Monday, Feb. 26, in Fenton Township. Local office hours are an opportunity for residents to meet face-to-face with Rep. Mueller to share their thoughts, questions, and concerns. The meetings are open to the public, and no appointment is necessary […]
State Rep. Mike Mueller, R-Linden, on Wednesday welcomed Josh Ingersoll to the state Capitol for the governor’s annual State of the State address. Ingersoll owns SERVPRO of Northwest Genesee County. Before her address, Gov. Whitmer encouraged those in attendance to sport Lions gear.
State Rep. Mike Mueller said a unique balance of power in the Michigan House of Representatives presents an opportunity for legislators to work together on common-sense solutions to the concerns all Michigan families share. Last November, two Democrat state representatives were elected to other public service positions, meaning the Michigan House is made up of […]