Dental, educational, housing worries top survey of Dakota, Ramsey and Washington county residents

The Saint Paul & Minnesota Foundations released the second edition of East Metro Pulse, a 24-page report on the hopes and fears of residents of Dakota, Ramsey and Washington counties. The 1,950 survey respondents showed concern over dental costs, housing affordability and education. But more than 90 percent of respondents said the East Metro was a good place to raise their families. Dr. Eric Jolly, the Foundations’ president and CEO, discussed the new data with the Pioneer Press.

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