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Bonding awaits its turn at center stage

Though serious debate on a bonding bill remains weeks away, legislators and administration officials are already weighing their wish lists with an eye toward setting priorities for a capital investment package that is bound to constitute half a loaf for both sides.

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Legislative budget bills criticized for leaving cut decisions to executive branch

The budgets being advanced by Republican legislative majorities have elicited a lot of grumbling from both DFL and nonpartisan fiscal hawks and insiders to the process. But while the most vocal criticism has revolved around the use of spending and savings figures that are not sanctioned by state agency fiscal notes, there have also been expressions of alarm over the GOP approach to enacting many of the envisioned budget cuts.

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Central Corridor mixer planned

A Central Corridor rail bid-opportunity mixer is scheduled for 2-4 p.m. Nov. 9 at the Minnesota Transportation Museum in St. Paul’s historic Jackson Street Roundhouse, 193 Pennsylvania Ave. E.

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LRT meeting to focus on jobs

The Metropolitan Council and five African-American organizations will hold a business and employment workshop on Wednesday, Oct. 14, regarding the Central Corridor light-rail transit project.

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