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Brewers tax credit advances

Affects Schell’s and Summit

April 15, 2013
 
 
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deerhunt

Apr-15-13 11:07 AM

That would be a $100,000 tax credit for each of these 2 companies. Is it just me or does that seem uneeded, I think both of these facilities are doing quite well and really don't need a taxpayer subsidy.

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newulm67

Apr-15-13 4:42 PM

Lower Beer Prices!!!!

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deerhunt

Apr-15-13 5:12 PM

Good point!

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Hippie

Apr-15-13 10:35 PM

Lower Schells beer price for people who live in New Ulm.

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careaboutsnivelrights

Apr-16-13 7:54 AM

wow i wouldnt comment on Schells if my handle was "deerhunt"

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deerhunt

Apr-16-13 8:55 AM

I wouldn't consider what happened out there to be hunting , that was criminal what they did. People like that are a disgrace to law abiding hunters.

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middleclassworker

Apr-17-13 12:04 AM

Is it true that Schell's is higher priced in New Ulm compared to Mankato?

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mnsotn

Apr-17-13 10:43 PM

Good question MCW. I've heard that too.

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