Lawmakers weighing where to send public construction aid are touring several Minnesota cities with projects in the 2014 mix. Members of the Senate Capital Investment Committee are headed to eight cities this week after spending three days on the road earlier in the month.
Upgrades for regional civic centers, construction at the Minneapolis Veterans Home and another phase of the Capitol renovation will all be part of a borrow-to-build package Gov. Mark Dayton intends to release next week.
Gov. Mark Dayton says finishing the restoration of Minnesota’s Capitol is a top priority for state construction projects in the coming two years.
Promoters of civic center expansions, a light-rail line, a minor-league ballpark and other economic development projects have submitted about 90 applications for a $47.5 million state business development fund.
In a Minnesota Capitol struck with stadium fever, other work stands between legislators and their session finish line.
Minnesota lawmakers are taking a day off as they prepare for a flurry of activity at the start of next week.
On Tuesday’s Morning Take with Blois Olson, most of the discussion centered around possible agreements for the end of the legislative session at the State Capitol. The Viking stadium bill is one of three issues […]
Minnesota lawmakers have been meeting in St. Paul for just over two months, and are likely to wrap up the 2012 session in a month or less. Though legislators are nearly done, there’s not a lot of final product to show.
St. Paul is one step closer to getting a new regional ballpark. Mayor Chris Coleman says he wants a new 7,500-seat sports facility for the Saints.
When the state legislature begins its session this week, they’ll be looking at Gov. Mark Dayton’s bonding bill.
Gov. Mark Dayton plans to unveil a list of construction projects he’ll ask the Legislature to pay for using proceeds from the sale of state bonds.
A House bonding committee is taking up a $28 million proposal for flood-relief projects from Austin to Roseau.
As rising waters threaten nearly every part of Minnesota, state lawmakers on Wednesday looked at spending tens of millions of dollars in state-issued bonds to help pay for local projects to control floods and prevent damage to homes, infrastructure and crops.
Gov. Mark Dayton is asking Minnesota lawmakers to borrow $1 billion for state-backed construction projects, which would include civic centers, a minor league baseball park and college labs.