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DNR announces new phone numbers for Detroit Lakes office

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DNR News—For Immediate Release February 8, 2008

Media Contact: Marilyn Cummings, Office and Administrative Specialist, (218) 847-1580

DNR announces new phone numbers for Detroit Lakes offices

The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) will be installing a new phone system in its Detroit Lakes offices on Tuesday, Feb. 12. Phone service may be temporarily interrupted during the installation, but should resume Wednesday, Feb. 13.

New main office numbers:

Fisheries: (218) 846-8340

Forestry: (218) 846-8363

Waters: (218) 846-8383

Wildlife: (218) 846-8374

Fax: (218) 846-8397

Anyone dialing an old number will hear a message redirecting him or her to the new number.

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Do you guys even take calls? If you did, I can't imagine anyone has anything nice to say to you guys \:o I had to do it, it was just sitting out there for a nice funny remark to be made and I couldn't pass it up.

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OK My turn. I am surpised they didn't start the number with 1-900-xxx-xxxx. Why Not they get money for everything else.

j/k.

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