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At Lincoln Pipestone Rural Water, we are committed to enhancing the quality of life for the people in southwest Minnesota by acquiring and providing reliable, high quality, affordable water in an environmentally responsible manner through a publicly owned system.

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Minnesota Fluoridation Law- Rule Variance

 Date:         May 21, 2015


To:            Municipal Community Public Water Supply Owners and Water Superintendents


From:       Karla Peterson, P.E., Supervisor, Community Public Water Supply Unit, MDH


Phone:      651/201-4679


Subject:    Minnesota Fluoridation Law - Rule Variance Process



Please read this entire message to find out how you can apply to the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) for a variance on the fluoride concentration your municipal public water supply system must supply.  The variance will allow you to lower the fluoride concentration in your public drinking water to be at an average of 0.7 mg/L, within the range of 0.5 to 0.9 mg/L.   

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In Flanders Fields the Poppies Grow

In Flanders Fields the Poppies Grow

November 11, 1918.

On November 11 of 1918, the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month, an armistice went into effect, a cessation of hostilities between the Allied Nations and Germany, ending the “war to end all wars.” The official end of World War I would not be declared for seven more months, at the signing of the Treaty of Versailles, but the end actually came on that November day, when the truce was signed, the opposing forces laid down their weapons, and the war known as the “Great War” was over.

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