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Minnesota Towns Left Out of L&C Pipeline

Minnesota Towns Left Out of L&C Pipeline

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The Lewis & Clark Regional Pipeline project construction is at a standstill due to the federal government not coming through on promised payments. None of the Minnesota towns and water systems have been connected to the system yet.

Minnesota Governor, Mark Dayton, says the government “bailed out”…

 

Dayson says despite the lack of federal funding, the Minnesota legislature came through with funding to move construction forward…

 

He says the State of  Minnesota  contributed another $23 million to the project to fund the next phase of pipeline construction through south west Minnesota..

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