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ROCHESTER, MN -- Local political leaders will soon be in our area--to talk Destination Medical Center.
The board overseeing the newly established DMC Corporation will meet for the first time tomorrow.
Minneapolis Mayor R.T. Rybak and Rochester Mayor Ardell Brede are among those on the eight member board.
The meeting will be led by Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton.
City Leaders tell us they excited to get to work.
"All that stuff is happening," Mayor Brede said. "I like to use the quote by Dr. Charlie Mayo, Will and Charlie, on his desk and the shrine over at Mayo, it says ‘there is no fun like work', and so the fun is beginning."
The meeting will take place at the Mayo Civic Center at 2 p.m. tomorrow.
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