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St. Cloud To Hold Open House For Regional Human Rights Office On MLK Day

Minnesota Department of Human Rights
Minnesota Department of Human Rights

ST. CLOUD — St. Cloud will hold an open house of the recently created St. Cloud Regional Human Rights Office Monday.

In a statement, Human Rights Enforcement Officer Richard Cousin said “Martin Luther King Day seemed like an ideal opportunity to let people know we’re here, and that Dr. King’s vision of a society that is discrimination-free is at the core of the Department of Human Rights’ mission.”

The new regional office opened in September, 2010.

St. Cloud Mayor Dave Kleis and City Administrator Mike Williams will be on hand to greet visitors during the open house from 1:00-to-3:00 p.m. The open house will be take place in the hallway of the 3rd floor at St. Cloud City Hall.

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