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Crow Wing County Seeks Public Comment on All-Terrain Vehicle Ordinance Revisions

Crow Wing County Land Services is requesting public comment on proposed revisions to Crow Wing County Ordinance No. 0601, which regulates the use of all-terrain vehicles in County Road right-of-ways.

The proposed ordinance changes can be accessed through the County website at http://crowwing.us/260/Public-Land-Management. Copies of the proposed ordinance changes are available from the Land Services Department in Brainerd during business hours or by contacting the Department at (218) 824-1115.

Written comments may be emailed to landservices@crowwing.us (Please include “ATV Ordinance” in the subject line), or mailed to: Crow Wing County Land Services Department, Attn: ATV Ordinances, Land Services Building, 322 Laurel Street, Suite #12, Brainerd, MN 56401, Fax: (218) 824-1126.

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Protect Minnesota lakes and rivers this Fall Season

With zebra mussels, Eurasian Watermilfoil and other invasive species continuing to be a threat to waters in the Brained lakes area and across Minnesota, the Department of Natural Resources Conservation Officer Robert Haberman (Water Resource Enforcement Officer) is asking boaters and hunters to help prevent their spread. The DNR is advising boaters and hunters to take a few simple steps to protect Minnesota lakes and rivers and avoid a citation.

The DNR reminds boaters that they may not:
• Transport watercraft without removing the drain plug.
• Arrive at lake access with drain plug in place.
• Transport aquatic plants, zebra mussels, or other prohibited species on any roadway.
• Launch a watercraft with prohibited species attached.
• Transport water from any Minnesota lakes or rivers.
• Release live bait into the water.

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Sixth annual 18 hole Disc Golf Tournament

It was beautiful weather for the 6 annual 18 hole Disc Golf Tournament. The trees were just starting to turn. The course was in beautiful shape with all the rain making the grass a bright green, providing a sharp contrast to the fall leaf colors. The entrees had a good time and look forward to next year’s tournament.

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