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Sen. Matt Schmit questions a plan to install a reduced conflict intersection at Highway 52 and County 9. -- photo by Michael Brun/Republican Eagle

Citizens speak out against Highway 52 and Goodhue County 9 proposal

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CANNON FALLS -- Minnesota Department of Transportation officials faced vocal opposition Thursday while presenting a plan to reduce crashes at Highway 52 and County Road 9 south of Cannon Falls.

A crowd of close to a hundred -- including state Sen. Matt Schmit and Goodhue County commissioners -- filled Urland Lutheran Church to hear MnDOT's proposal, which area residents reacted to with strong disapproval.

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