Sunday, January 29th, 2023
Sunday, January 29th, 2023

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St. Paul Gov.-elect Tim Pawlenty picked a 3M executive to run the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency. Sheryl Corrigan, manager of environmental health and safety for 3M, said she will work to improve the state’s climate for businesses and farmers while a

Corrigan, 39, will take a pay cut and must retire from her seat
on the Bayport City Council. She worked for the agency 15 years ago
as a pollution control analyst. Corrigan said her initial attention
will go to air and water quality issues and feedlot agriculture.
The MPCA has a two-year budget of $217 million and about 750
employees.

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