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The Mille Lacs County Board decided at its June 1 meeting not to adopt a social-host ordinance, but it was a lack of action rather than a vote that decided the issue. The county began considering the law about two months ago and held a public hearing at its May 18 meeting. At least a [...]...Read More
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Mille Lacs County Sheriff Brent Lindgren is pleased to announce that the Sheriff’s Office is partnering with Congratulate & Educate Project, sponsored by the Minnesota Department of Human Services, for tobacco compliance checks with businesses in the county who sell tobacco products. These com...Read More
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The Mille Lacs County Board decided at its June 1 meeting not to adopt a social host ordinance when commissioners failed to second a motion to support the new law. The county board began considering the ordinance about two months ago and held a public hearing at its May 18 meeting at which at least ...Read More
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Here are four requests as Gov. Mark Dayton and state legislators consider how to proceed after the governor vetoed the K-12 bill. First, to aid planning, a special session should be called soon and final decisions need to be made quickly. Second, please recognize and retain a number of good things i...Read More
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Mille Lacs County opened a public hearing at its board meeting May 19 on a proposed social-host ordinance that basically makes party hosts criminally responsible if an underage person consumes alcohol at their event on public or private property, and the parent or host need not be present to be held...Read More
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The Mille Lacs County Board conducted the following business during its May 5 meeting. The report was compiled by Joel Stottrup. Fourth payment for legal services The board approved a fourth payment to the attorney firm, Ruvelson & Kautzer, Ltd., regarding an ethics complaint that had been made ...Read More
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Princeton’s representative in the Minnesota Senate is calling it quits after the 2016 Legislative session. Dave Brown, R-Becker, has announced that his sixth session representing District 15 in the Minnesota Senate will be his last. Brown’s last Legislative session will begin on March 8, 2016. B...Read More
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