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Less aid, no downtown alley pavement in Warren

WARREN, Minn. -- The Warren City Council decided to drop several planned summer projects because of a Local Government Aid cut of about $100,000 for 2011.

WARREN, Minn. -- The Warren City Council decided to drop several planned summer projects because of a Local Government Aid cut of about $100,000 for 2011.

Upon learning the LGA would be reduced from $663,000 to $561,000, council members elected not to pave downtown alleys and make improvements to the city shop.

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