Minnesota Government's Restart
July 20, 2011, 4:02 PM
ST. PAUL, MN -
Here's a rundown of when Minnesota State services will resume following the shutdown.
STATE EMPLOYEES: Return to work Thursday.
STATE PARKS: Open for day use as early as Friday, camping by Saturday in some parks.
FISHING LICENESES: Online system up and running now.
DRIVER'S LICENSES: Everyone with a road test scheduled for Thursday and beyond can take it at the scheduled time. Anyone with a road test scheduled during the shutdown can now reschedule. Written tests can be taken beginning Thursday.
TAB AND PLATE RENEWALS: Online tab renewal and license plate services will be available beginning Thursday.
LICENSE REINSTATEMENTS: People who are eligible to have their driving privileges reinstated can visit a license center beginning Thursday afternoon.
HISTORIC SITES: The 26 historic sites and museums operated by the Minnesota State Historical Society reopen Saturday, while the first Mill City Live concert at Mill City Museum will be held Thursday.
CANTERBURY PARK: Card casino opens 10 a.m. Thursday with simulcast racing at 11 a.m. and live racing at 7 p.m.
RUNNING ACES HARNESS PARK: Card room opens 10 a.m. Live racing returns Saturday.
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