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New Law: New Prague registrar office to move

Published (4/25/2008)
By Mike Cook
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New Prague residents can continue going to the same deputy registrar, albeit in a new location.

A new law will permit the State Bank of New Prague to continue hosting the service. The problem was that by relocating four blocks away, the bank crossed from Scott County into Le Sueur County. State law does not allow a deputy registrar office to move across a county line without a variance. The move must take place by Dec. 31, 2008.

Rep. Laura Brod (R-New Prague) and Sen. Kevin Dahle (DFL-Northfield) sponsor the law, which is effective April 18, 2008. Gov. Tim Pawlenty signed the law one day earlier.


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