Minnesota shoreland rules need expediting
If elected leaders and state officials can't do anything else for taxpayers, they should at least move public hearings and public discussion along at a reasonable pace to serve democracy in a timely manner.
So far, it appears the Department of Natural Resources and the governor's office have not done a very good job at that with regard to the controversial new shoreland development regulations that haven't been updated in 21 years.
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