Dear Friends and Neighbors,
Welcome back to my e-newsletter. It’s an honor representing the residents of the 50th House District. To stay updated on my work in Lansing and around the district, visit my website at www.RepSneller.com, follow me on Facebook (@StateRepSneller) or follow me on Instagram (@reptimsneller). I want to make sure I keep you as informed as possible.
Mark Your Calendar!
Coffee hours have started again in the 50th House District. Connecting with constituents in the district is the best part of this job. It is so important for every elected official to listen to members of their community so that they can fight on behalf of the needs of their neighbors and constituents. I hope to see you at one of my upcoming events.
Sam’s Italian Restaurant (4105 W Grand Blanc Road in Swartz Creek)
Oct. 18 6:-7:30 p.m.
Nov. 15 6:-7:30 p.m.: Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson will be joining us! Join us and bring your questions for Secretary Benson.
Burton Senior Center (3410 S Grand Traverse St. in Burton)
Oct. 29 1:30-2:30 p.m.
Scotti’s Coney Island (5522 Lapeer Road in Burton)
Nov 5: 10:30-11 a.m.
Ananich, Cherry, Sneller Deliver Infrastructure Dollars to Genesee County
State Senate Minority Leader Jim Ananich (D-Flint) and state Rep. John Cherry (D-Flint) and I announced that we have secured significant funding for local infrastructure and construction projects in the fiscal year 2022 state budget.
Together, we secured $1.7 million for the following critical projects in Genesee County:
We know how important it is to ensure that our water infrastructure can safely serve the needs of a community. Burton residents have struggled for years with a water system that is under construction as we waited for funding. Rep. Cherry and I have been fighting to secure funding for Burton and being able to announce an additional $1 million coming to our communities is proof that hard work gets results.
The state budget also features significant funding in areas that benefit Michigan’s working families. It features major investment in roads and bridges that are in serious or critical condition, public safety personnel, training, and equipment, low- or no-cost child care programs, mental health services and more.
It was an honor to give the invocation to the House on Sept. 22. I wanted to share with my colleagues a reminder of the important work we do and who we should keep in mind. Here are a few words from my message:
“While we stand in this chamber where so many have come together before us, let us work together to serve the people of Michigan. The work done here spans generations. Long after we are gone, every bill, resolution and decision to come from this chamber will remain. Let us serve our communities with an eye toward those who have the least and struggle most.”
New Ford Electric Vehicle Plant
Ford announced that their Rouge Electric Vehicle Center in Dearborn is complete, and the first F-150 Lightning pre-production trucks are leaving the factory for real-world testing. Ford also announced plans to invest an additional $250 million to create 450 jobs in Dearborn, Ypsilanti and Sterling Heights to support the production of the new F-150 Lightning. I am always happy to see good, union jobs being created across our great state.
-Coronavirus Info – Michigan.gov/coronavirus
-Michigan 2-1-1 – mi211.org
-State Emergency Relief (SER) – michigan.gov/mibridges
-Unemployment Benefits – Michigan.gov/UIA
-State Representative Tim Sneller – RepSneller.com
-50th House District Map – housedems.com/district-50-map
-State Senate – senate.michigan.gov
-State House of Representatives – house.mi.gov
-Michigan Legislature – legislature.mi.gov
-U.S. Senate – senate.gov
-U.S. House of Representatives – house.gov
-Genesee County – gc4me.com
-City of Burton – burtonmi.gov
-City of Grand Blanc – cityofgrandblanc.com
-Township of Grand Blanc – twp.grand-blanc.mi.us
-Township of Mundy – mundytwp-mi.gov