Panel says roads, quarries and shoreland zoning important to maintain as ‘local control’

By LeAnn R. Ralph

MENOMONIE  —  When it comes to roads, quarries and gravel pits, and shoreland zoning to help lakes polluted with blue-green algae, who is going to know more about the local situation: Dunn County or Madison?

A panel of speakers invited to the Dunn County Judicial Center by the Chippewa Valley League of Women Voters the evening of February 8 believe the answer to the question about local situations is — Dunn County.

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