Interacting on the Issues—Grand Rapids

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Interacting on the Issues—Grand Rapids

Date: September 27, 2023
  • Sep 27, 2023 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Location: Grand Rapids Public Utilities, 500 SE 4th Street, Grand Rapids, MN 55744
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Protecting, promoting, and strengthening your hometown utility

Hometown utilities are unique community assets, and challenges come from all over. New laws resulting from Minnesota's 2023 legislative session, permitting reform, MISO vulnerabilities, grant funding, and a host of other issues: they are all happening right now. Addressing the challenges while still keeping the lights on every day can be dizzying for local leaders.

Join the MMUA government relations team and peers from your region to discuss the implications of new laws, explore solution opportunities, and network with others committed to protecting, promoting, and strengthening hometown utilities.

Registration is free. Encourage your whole commission to attend and learn about how commissioners can help champion hometown utilities. 

Who should attend?

This event is intended for utility commissioners, city council members, and utility leaders.


Grand Rapids Public Utilities
500 SE 4th Street
Grand Rapids, MN


Registration is free, however, advanced registration is required. Registrant must be employed by a member utility or an approved affiliate.

Deadline: September 21, 2023

Other Dates/Locations

This convenient, one-day event will be presented at six different locations in Minnesota. Other options are:

September 18, 2023—New Ulm
October 3, 2023—Detroit Lakes
October 4, 2023—Marshall

To register for a different session, click on the date/location above.


By registering for this event, I/we, the registered attendee(s), authorize Minnesota Municipal Utilities Association (MMUA) to photograph me at this event and use such photographs in MMUA marketing materials (both electronic and print). I understand that I will not be paid for giving this consent.


Contact Rita Kelly at 763.746.0707 or email