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Keeping Hubbard County's lakes pristine is the main aim of the Board of Adjustment, often asked to make tough calls regarding building and property improvements on lakeshores. (Sarah Smith / Enterprise)

Hubbard County BOA, COLA continue to differ on variances

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Ten days after Gov. Mark Dayton signed a new law into effect regulating the granting of variances, Hubbard County's Board of Adjustment is once again at loggerheads with the local Coalition of Lake Associations.

And once again, the Environmental Services Office is tweaking the criteria for its board to analyze in granting or denying variances.

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Sarah Smith is the outdoors editor. She covers Hubbard County, courts and breaking news.

(218) 732-3364
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