MADISON, Wis. – Recently, Assembly Democratic Leader Greta Neubauer announced committee appointments for the 2023-24 legislative session. Representative Lori Palmeri (D-Oshkosh) has been appointed to the following committees: Mental Health & Substance Abuse Prevention, Environment, Regulatory Licensing Reform, and Forestry, Parks & Outdoor Recreation.

Rep. Polmeri released the following statement:

“I am honored to be able to serve on these committees in the upcoming legislative session, and I know that my colleagues and I are eager to address the challenges communities across Wisconsin are facing,” stated Rep. Palmeri.

“My experience in local government, serving for two terms as Mayor of Oshkosh, as well as serving on the Oshkosh Common Council, has given me insight into the policies and issues impacting local communities. I have also worked for years in non-profit community service, advocacy for mental health and the recovery community. I’m eager to dive into policy that will benefit Wisconsinites everywhere.

“Over the past decade, I have served on the following: East Central Regional Planning Commission and on the Regional Comprehensive Planning Committee, Parks Advisory Board, City of Oshkosh Diversity Equity and Inclusion Committee, Oshkosh Planning Commission, Sustainability, Transit, Parking, Bike and Pedestrian Advisory Board. This session, I will bring my expertise and lived experience to all my committee assignments to make Wisconsin a better place to live and work, for everyone.”

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