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Feb 10, 2021


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Brian McLaughlin

The North Mankato city council resently passed an native garden ordinance that greatly restricts the ability of residents to plant polinator gardens. Is there any state help we could get to help overturn this ordinance?

I have had a polinator garden since 2017 that will have to ba removed because of this ordinance

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