- Minnesota Cities & The League
- Governing & Managing
- Risk Management
- Legislative Action Center
- Training & Conferences
Gov. Dayton announced the appointment on May 2.
(Published May 13, 2013)
Andrea Casselton, director of the Office of Technology and Communications for the City of St. Paul, has been appointed by Gov. Dayton to serve on the Governor’s Task Force on Broadband.
On Nov. 7, 2011, Gov. Dayton appointed 15 members to the task force, which was established by Executive Order 11-27. The task force is charged with developing policies to promote the expansion of broadband access in Minnesota. Gov. Dayton’s stated goal is “border-to-border” high speed Internet and cell phone access throughout Minnesota.
Casselton replaces Steve Peterson, city councilmember from Bloomington, as the local government representative on the task force.
The next task force meeting is on Tuesday, May 14 at 10 a.m. at the TIES Event Center, located at 1640 Larpenteur Ave. N. in St. Paul
* By posting you are agreeing to the LMC Comment Policy.
Contact Laura Ziegler
(651) 281-1267 or (800) 925-1122
1. Type your comment in the “Leave a message…” box.
2. Identify yourself (required) in one of these ways:
—Click on a social media icon to sign in through your account, OR
—Register with Disqus by entering your full name in the first field and email address in the second field.
3. Click Next.
4. Click “Post as (your name).”