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If you are unable to attend a community engagement session to learn about the draft plan and provide feedback, provide feedback below. In addition to City-sponsored events and online engagement, Chief Resilience Officer Russ Stark, will also present the draft plan to district councils, congregations, business groups, and community organizations over the next several months. Feedback collected from in-person meetings and online will inform a final draft of the Climate Action & Resilience Plan, which is expected to be presented to the Saint Paul City Council this fall.

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Last Edited: April 11, 2019