Some residents were surprised and upset to learn that while they might own their land, they don’t own what’s under the surface. Laws dating to the 1870s allow the state to own the minerals under property owners' land. Gov. Dayton says the state is taking time out to reconsider the rules.
Gallery: This condo is within a Lowry Hill mansion steeped in history
It has more than 3,000 square feet and is available for $875,000.