A fair look at taxes, sand, roads
CANNON FALLS -- Sen. Matt Schmit, DFL-Red Wing, gave a recap of his inaugural legislative session to Goodhue County Board members Monday as they met at the Cannon Valley Fair. He highlighted the biennial budget and his work on local concerns like silica sand regulation and the Highway 52 and County Road 9 interchange.
"We got our work done on time," said Schmit, alluding to the 2011 budgeting process that resulted in the longest government shutdown in the state's history.
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