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Michelle Pederson is working at the Two Harbors AEOA office two days a week, helping secure work-related transportation for low-income residents. Submitted photo.

Getting Lake County to work

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It’s been a record-breaking year in terms of cold and snow, leaving many auto owners frustrated with shoveling out vehicles and jump-starting dead batteries. It’s even harder, though, for those who don’t own cars and need to get to work.

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A Two Harbors man who rides his bicycle to work during the summer was faced with a choice this winter – use his limited income to ride the bus to work or bike miles on icy, snow-covered roads in sub-zero temperatures.

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