Public Record Media was set to move that case to Minnesota’s Court of Appeals.
Experts say there's a strong story, but it's short on incentives.
The city council agreed to dole out $183,520 in credits to cover one-time fees imposed by the city and Metropolitan Council for new sewer connections and increased wastewater capacity at the site.
The Amazon development, and the 1,000 jobs it’s expected to bring, could stoke transit expansion in the area.
Shakopee officials say the amount available to Amazon and the city over the TIF’s nine-year life could fall closer to $2 million after Scott County claims its share.
The city planning commission's go-ahead this week would mark the next step in a fast-moving process for Amazon since its plans to expand in Shakopee surfaced two weeks ago.
Some city council members are balking at the $5 million public subsidy proposed to support Amazon building a new $55 million facility in Shakopee.
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