1/28/2013 3:41:00 PM Windom aid may increase $130,000 based on Dayton budget proposal
It appears Windom's Local Government Aid may not drop by $46,000, after all.
In fact, Windom's state aid may actually increase by $139,000.
That figure is based on the latest estimates from Gov. Mark Dayton's recently released budget proposal. Windom City Administrator Steve Nasby says the budget would essentially give Windom an extra $30 per capita.
That's a significant change, considering that less than 10 days ago Windom was anticipating an LGA reduction of more than $46,000.
However, Nasby is quick to add one little qualifier: "A lot could change between now and the end of the session."
For much more on this story, see the Jan. 30 Cottonwood County Citizen and Citizen eEditon.