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Letter:Safe drinking water in Minnesota

This topic is already an old one, and I should have written about it days ago. Because of circumstances beyond my control, I had to wait until now. It is too important to ignore. The water in Flint, Mich., has drawn a lot of attention. Gov. Dayto...

 

This topic is already an old one, and I should have written about it days ago. Because of circumstances beyond my control, I had to wait until now. It is too important to ignore.

The water in Flint, Mich., has drawn a lot of attention. Gov. Dayton has since addressed the issue, making sure that something similar doesn’t happen in the Land of 10,000 Lakes. Kudos to the governor for taking action on this problem.

Kent Syverson

Willmar

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