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Fri, Nov 30th, 2012
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In the November 26 issue under the headline “Mining ordinance sent to county board,” Beverly Crowson was misidentified as Beth. Also, she spoke of the family descendents of her grandfather, Louis Trulson who was born in Pilot Mound Township in 1872. She pointed to members of the Trulson family, not the Crowson family, that have lived and owned land in Pilot Mound Township without interruption for about 100 years. She made her comments as did several others asking the planning commission to restrict the concentration of industrial mines to two per township. This restriction did not get included in the final draft of then proposed Ordinance 736 regulating industrial mining.

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