State Sen. Seth Goodall, DRichmond, will host three community public forums in the next two weeks in Bath, Richmond and Topsham. The focus of each forum will be a wrapup of the 125th Legislature.

“The Legislature has been especially busy this year and it’s been an honor serving as senator,” Goodall said in a press release about the forums. “I can promise that there will be no shortage of topics, and I look forward to an open discussion about legislative and state issues impacting our communities.”

The first forum will be held at the Richmond Senior Center from noon to 1 p.m. Wednesday and will be cofacilitated by Rep. Seth Berry, D-Bowdoinham.

“Much legislation from this session directly affects our seniors and our entire community,” said Berry. “I look forward to updating local residents on these changes.”

The second forum will take place from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Topsham Municipal Building.

A third forum is scheduled to run from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. June 25, with state Reps. Michael Clarke, D-Bath, and Peter Kent, D-Woolwich, at Bath City Hall.

Goodall will provide a brief overview of proposed and passed legislation, including the budget, investment bonds, insurance, elections, labor laws, education and economic development.

The Richmond Senior Center is located at 314 Front St.. The Topsham Municipal Building is located at 100 Main St. in Topsham. Bath City Hall is located at 55 Front St.

Goodall represents Senate District 19, which includes Sagadahoc County and Dresden. In the Maine Legislature, he serves on the Environment and Natural Resources Committee and the Maine Economic Growth Council.

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