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Continued: Anderson: Support starts at the top: A Q&A with Gov. Mark Dayton

  • Article by: DENNIS ANDERSON , Star Tribune
  • Last update: June 9, 2013 - 12:23 AM

A: I think it will be a necessity of increasing importance to show results for all parts of Legacy spending. Not just the outdoors money. But the arts, parks and trails, all of it. People will want to know results; what their money has achieved. So, what’s the master plan? What are we trying to accomplish here?

I’m concerned about this particularly in the water-quality area. A lot of the Clean Water money seems to be going to study this and study that. We need to clean things up. The condition of White Bear Lake is just one example. Multiply that by all the projects throughout the state, and people will want to know. What did the money add up to? The answer to that question will determine the success of the Legacy Act.

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