Monday, March 15, 2010

Cuyuna Rec Upgrade in Doubt

Money to improve the Cuyuna Recreational Area may be in jeopardy. Governor Tim Pawlenty says he is willing to sign the bonding bill approved by the legislature. However, he is reserving the right to use the line item veto.

State Senator Paul Koering of Fort Ripley tells KLKS News, that could include all recreational requests.
Although, he says he does not know for certain if that includes the $1.2 million project.

Koering says he is certain that the troop support facility at camp Camp Ripley and a local truck station for the Minnesota Department of Transportation will make the cut.

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