In 2018, voters in Anoka County will elect Soil and Water Supervisors. There is only one candidate running in District 3. You can read about her below, or watch a forum hosted by the League of Women Voters here.
About: Glenda Meixell is running for Soil & Water Conservation Supervisor, District 3. She has been a Conservation Supervisor since her election in 2016. She currently serves the Conservation District as its Treasurer and represents the district at the Mississippi Water Management Organization and the Metro Conservation District meetings.
Glenda is has been a resident of Coon Rapids since 1989. She is single and is retired from the Minnesota Department of Education where she worked as an Office Administrative Specialist Intermediate. She currently serves as a member of the Coon Rapids Charter Commission, the State Organizing Secretary of the Minnesota State Society Daughters of the American Revolution and a is member of the Anoka Chapter. She is on the Blaine Festival Committee and is active in several other community activities. She is a member of the Anoka Congregational Church (UCC) and the League of Women Voters.
Glenda’s interest in Soil and Water Conservation goes back to her childhood when she was a 4-H member in both Sherburne and Isanti Counties. She believes stewardship of our natural resources is an issue for everyone and would like to contribute to Anoka County.
Important Issues: Glenda is impressed by the current work of the Soil & Water Conservation programs already being done in Anoka County. She would like to preserve and protect those programs and work with the Soil & Water Conservation staff to make any improvements they might recommend.
Goals if Elected: If elected Glenda would like to work network with programs for pollinators and promote the use of plants that benefit pollinators such as bees, butterflies and hummingbirds.
Endorsements: None listed
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