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LeMieur elected to Rosenmeier Board at CLC 

Little Falls resident Mike LeMieur was recently elected to the Board of Directors of the Rosenmeier Center for State and Local Government at Central Lakes College. LeMieur replaces Kate Adornetto, who accepted a new position out of state. 

LeMieur has served in elected positions at both the state and local level. He was elected to the Little Falls Council in 2004 and became its president in 2006.   

In 2010, LeMieur was elected to the Minnesota House of Representatives, representing both Morrison and Crow Wing counties and subsequently won election to the Little Falls School Board and the Morrison County Board of County Commissioners, where he currently serves. 

In LeMieur’s professional career, he is captain of the Camp Ripley Fire Department and is an EMT for the Mayo Clinic Ambulence Service. He and his wife, Julie, have three children.   

Steve Wenzel, Executive Director of the Rosenmeier Center, said “LeMieur brings a remarkable record of experience and knowledge from both state and local government to the Rosenmeier Board. The Rosenmeier Center will be served well by LeMieur’s presence on its board.” 

LeMieur concluded, “I am greatly honored to be elected to serve on the Rosenmeier Board at Central Lakes College.  Gordon Rosenmeier was a principled conservative whose great reputation for integrity and his belief that states must play strong roles in the federal system is a legacy we need to enhance and preserve.” 


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