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Construction crews from TerWisscha work at the site of a new orthodontic clinic being built on 19th Avenue in Willmar. A lengthy state shutdown could delay construction because of needed inspections. (Tribune photo by Ron Adams(

Willmar, Minn., seeks remedies to possible construction delays due to shutdown

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WILLMAR -- The state shutdown could halt electrical and plumbing work on residential and commercial construction projects.

Contractors are unable to have electrical wiring on residential and commercial projects inspected by a state electrical inspector because the state inspectors are not working.

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David Little
David Little covers the Willmar City Council, Willmar Municipal Utilities and other city news.
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