Nisswa one of nine cities recognized for effective use of Legacy Amendment funds
Conservation Minnesota and the Minnesota Citizens for the Arts announced nine more cities — including Nisswa — will be spotlighted this year as Minnesota Legacy Destination Cities.
In 2008, the voters of Minnesota approved the Clean Water, Land and Legacy Amendment, which added 3/8 of 1 percent to the state’s sales tax, and dedicated the revenue to projects that would help preserve the state’s arts and outdoors legacy.
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