Minnesota River Board agrees to work on problem of finding viewers for drainage projects
WILLMAR -- Never before have so many projects come before the ditch authorities in Minnesota's agricultural counties seeking to improve drainage systems, redetermine benefits, add new laterals or make other expansions.
And never before has the process taken so long to accomplish, according to Kurt Deter, an attorney specializing in drainage law with the Rinke Noonan Law firm.
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