Mark Uglem

District 36 Legislators Sen. John Hoffman (left) and Rep. Mark Uglem (right) listen to a question from the moderator at a Town Hall meeting that on Saturday, April 13 at Champlin City Hall. The duo hosted the town hall to engage their constituents on current issues.

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District 36 legislators Senator John Hoffman (DFL-Champlin) and Representative Mark Uglem (R-Champlin) will hold a town hall meeting Saturday, April 13 at 10 am.. The event will take place at Champlin City Hall, 11955 Champlin Drive, Champlin. Town hall meetings are an excellent opportunity for residents to hear about and discuss important state issues being […]

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Rep. Mark Uglem MN HOUSE District 36A   With the release of the semi-annual budget forecast last week, legislators received another dose of good news on the budget. The 2012-2013 biennium shows a positive balance of $295 million dollars which will go toward the school shift. The projected deficit for 2014-2015 once stood at $4.4 […]

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Newly elected State Rep. Mark Uglem, R-Champlin, was elected in November to replace retiring Sen. Denise Dittrich, DFL-Champlin. Uglem, former mayor of Champlin, serves on four committees: Environment and Natural Resources Policy Committee; Jobs and Economic Development Finance and Policy Committee; Labor, Workplace and Regulated Industries Committee and Public Safety Finance and Policy Committee. Hoffman […]

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Champlin residents Hoffman, Uglem among newly elected state leaders   by T.W. Budig ECM Capitol reporter   The new legislative session (2013-14) began Jan. 8 with lawmakers talking of good will and working together for the benefit of the state. Sen. John Hoffman, formerly an Anoka-Hennepin School Board member and Rep. Mark Uglem, former Champlin […]

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  The Dec. 10 Champlin council meeting was the last meeting for the year and the last that will include Mayor Mark Uglem and Councilor Greg Payer on the council. “I want to thank the citizens of Champlin, I have enjoyed this opportunity,” said Payer. He also complimented the city staff. “You are a special […]

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In a sea-change of losses for Republicans, Uglem emerges as a winner When Election night arrived, Mark Uglem settled in at Sammy Perrella’s Pizza in Brooklyn Park with family, friends and some of the other Republican candidates on the ballot. It was to be a night of victory celebrations all around. Uglem knew his days […]

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Workplace discrimination allegations surface in State House race Allegations of workplace discrimination and equal gender pay surfaced recently in the race for House Dist. 36A, which covers Champlin and parts of Coon Rapids. Candidate Grace Baltich confirmed publishing literature from her campaign claiming Mark Uglem, as mayor of Champlin, discriminated against women working for the […]

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