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Gov. Dayton to visit Worthington Thursday

WORTHINGTON -- Gov. Mark Dayton will travel to Worthington Thursday to call on legislators to finish their work and make critical investments, including financing the final portion of the Lewis & Clark Regional Water System expansion to Worth...

WORTHINGTON -- Gov. Mark Dayton will travel to Worthington Thursday to call on legislators to finish their work and make critical investments, including financing the final portion of the Lewis & Clark Regional Water System expansion to Worthington.

Dayton will speak at noon Thursday at the Worthington Fire Hall, 830 Second Ave.

Since June 1, Dayton has called on legislative leaders to compromise on needed investments in higher education, job creation and public safety.

Dayton will be joined by Worthington Mayor Mike Kuhle, as well as officials from Lewis & Clark Regional Water System and Worthington Public Utilities.

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