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Sanitary district dissolution (new law)

Published (5/29/2009)
By Nick Busse
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The Central Lakes Regional Sanitary District will be allowed to dissolve.

Established in 2003, the district was to construct a wastewater collection system spanning several townships in north-central Minnesota; however, it ran into a number of problems, including opposition from residents. It now plans to dissolve.

Rep. Torrey Westrom (R-Elbow Lake) and Sen. Bill Ingebrigtsen (R-Alexandria) sponsor a new law that clarifies statutes so that the district has a path to dissolution. It takes effect upon approval by the affected townships.

HF1501/SF1489*/CH44

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