By: Pippi Mayfield, DL-Online

At the beginning of April, if the snow is gone that is, the Minnesota Department of Transportation will begin placing targets along Highway 10 from the airport to Acorn Lake in preparation for aerial mapping.

This specific mapping on this 11-mile stretch is being done for two reasons, but the MnDOT photogrammetric office in St. Paul actually flies about 300 miles on average a year throughout the nine districts in Minnesota.

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