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Revised county laws allow greater local oversight

By Reed Anfinson
To update its local laws to reflect state statute changes, the Swift County Board of Commissioners adopted five new ordinances at its June 7 meeting.
Those changes also make it easier for local government and Countryside Public Health to work with local businesses and governments as they enforce the laws.
Countryside, which provides public health services in Swift, Chippewa, Yellow Medicine, Lac qui Parle and Big Stone counties, will also have the tools it needs to ensure public safety.

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