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Holberg: "On Thursday, the Minnesota House approved a comprehensive agriculture and environment finance proposal that spends $822 million in order to better protect our land, air, and waterways and to promote the ag industry."
Government, Schools, Sports, Arts
Also in this week’s recap – A scholarship created to honor a lost friend and a surprise discovery in a Burnsville park.
Each week, Patch takes a closer look at the activities of Dakota and Rice Counties' legislators as part of our Capitol Review.
Government, Schools, Business
Also in this week’s review: Burnsville chooses new superintendent, Shakopee joins the South Suburban Conference and a local man loses out on "The Voice."
Hall: "As widely reported, initial pull tab revenue for FY 2013 was projected to be $35 million, while updated projections have been scaled back to $1.8 million, a 95 percent reduction."
Also in this week’s review: A new leader for the City of Burnsville staff, Little Caesar’s gets its sign wavers back.
Thompson: "Early data show pull tab revenue for FY 2013 at $1.8 million, 95 percent less than the forecast $35 million."
Little closed by referencing his vision of Lakeville in the context of a town square; “where everyone has a part to play, and job to do, to build a better city, and forge a brighter future.”
This session will be held from 7:30 a.m. to 9 a.m. on Tuesday, April 16, in the Elko New Market Library.
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