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State parks chief touts Legacy funding

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Posted: Monday, April 7, 2014 7:51 am

ST. PAUL — The man who has run Minnesota state parks for the past decade counts himself fortunate that voters gave him some extra money to spend.

Courtland Nelson, 62, retires April 21 as director of the Parks and Trails Division of the Department of Natural Resources. Assistant DNR Commissioner Erika Rivers takes his place just in time for the upcoming tourism season.

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