Rural community rejects challenge to livestock rules

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Rural community rejects challenge to livestock rules

WMC proxies include a small dairy that was fined for illegally dumping and an adult-only, clothing-optional campground.

At their July 28 meeting, Laketown supervisors voted unanimously to dismiss WMC’s legal claims.

Additionally, they voted two to one to retain the law firms of Bassford Remele and Fredrikson Byron to jointly respond to any legal action by WMC.

Lisa Doerr is a farmer in Laketown and a former candidate for Polk County Supervisor.

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