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Jul 24th, 2008

This morning, between 11 a.m. and noon, I will be heading out on foot from my home in Sartell to Little Rock Lake near Rice in Benton County, which has been plagued by water quality problems, to meet with constituents.

The route march, intended in part to build physical endurance for a campaign swing on foot through the Sixth District next month, will take me south along Stearns County Route 1, east along Stearns/Benton County Route 29, and north along Highway 10 for a total distance of approximately 15 miles.



Aubrey Immelman sets out on foot from Sartell to Little Rock Lake.

The actual distance was 11 miles and it took 3 hours and 15 minutes to cover on foot. I will try to make it to the July 29 Little Rock Lake Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Project meeting at Sauk Rapids-Rice Middle School and the Aug. 9 Little Rock Lake Association annual meeting to learn more about Little Rock Lake-Mississippi River water quality issues.

Aubrey Immelman meets with Little Rock Lake resident Nancy Carver to discuss water quality issues on the lake, July 24, 2008.

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