Changing the start of construction from June to September prompted some questions about the project’s status, but U of M officials emphasize that all is well.
The city of Minneapolis has completed Historic Reviews for three of the seven municipal buildings spanning multiple blocks.
Dayton says a compromise agreement paving the way for a special legislative session follows ‘extremely difficult’ negotiations.
At issue is a he-said, she-said web of accusations that both legislators have apparently perceived as threats of calculated political payback.
Even legislators in dark on special session negotiations
Insurers' increases fuel the debates over MNsure's sustainability.
The general obligation bonding bill will advance $373.4 million in funding for projects ranging from flood relief and pipelines to highways and higher education.
Bernard Group seeking state aid for move to former Supervalu site; city's redaction of the company's name falls short.
Advocates for the project say the Minnesota United FC stadium could boost development in Minneapolis' Near North and other nearby neighborhoods that have historically struggled to lure investors.
Other elements of the framework for a special session remain unresolved, including a passage in the state government finance bill that would significantly diminish the authority of State Auditor Rebecca Otto.
The Legislature’s failure to pony up funding has added another layer of drama for the planners of the $220 million Highway 53 relocation project in Minnesota mining country.
The appeal had nothing to do with the sordid particulars of the case but rather the particulars of a statute that was drafted in 1890s and last revised in 1963.
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