State Rep. Mark Tisdel will play a key role in shaping policy on economic and environmental issues in the next two years.
Tisdel, R-Rochester Hills, was appointed Thursday to serve on three key House committees for the 2023-2024 legislative term. He will be minority vice chair for the Economic Development and Small Business Committee, and he will also serve on the Tax Policy Committee and the Natural Resources, Environment, Tourism, and Outdoor Recreation Committee.
“I’m excited to focus on growing our economy and protecting our environment in my committee work the next two years,” Tisdel said. “As vice chair of the Economic Development and Small Business Committee, I’ll support local businesses and seek to bring careers to our state. On the Tax Policy Committee, I’ll advocate relief for Michigan families. And I’ll work to conserve our beautiful environment and precious natural resources on the Natural Resources, Environment, Tourism, and Outdoor Recreation Committee.”
Tisdel represents the 55th House District, which encompasses Rochester, Rochester Hills, and part of Oakland Township.
State Rep. Mark Tisdel, R-Rochester Hills, at right, takes his oath of office alongside his wife, Susan, and friends Bill and Marie Curry. Outgoing House Clerk Gary Randall administered the oath. Tisdel represents the 55th House District — Rochester, Rochester Hills, and part of Oakland Township.