The Minnesota Vikings have sent Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton a letter expressing their disappointment in the decision to eliminate a local sales tax option to finance a new football stadium.
Minnesota Vikings owner Zygi Wilf said Thursday the team would spend significantly less than the $400 million it has pledged to help a build a new stadium if it’s not located on the team’s preferred site in suburban St. Paul.
Governor Mark Dayton is hoping his stadium blitz at the State Capitol will end with a Vikings vote by Thanksgiving. But not before the Vikes agree to a series of conditions, including a legal promise not to walk away from the deal.
Non-stop talks continued at the State Capitol Wednesday as Governor Mark Dayton, Vikings Owner Zygi Wilf and other officials met to come up with a plan on how to pay for a new stadium before a special session is called.
While the Minnesota Vikings seem to lack momentum this year, plans for a new stadium are getting more traction.
Next week is shaping up as pivotal in the Minnesota Vikings’ bid for a new football stadium partially financed by the public.
Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton plans to meet as early as Monday with top lawmakers and Vikings team officials to try to jumpstart the Vikings stadium talks.
One of the hot topics at the Minnesota State Fair and all over the state is the future of the Vikings and where they will play after this season.
The Minnesota Vikings are in the final year of their lease at the Metrodome, funding for a new stadium hasn’t been secured and a developer has taken another step toward building an NFL-ready facility in Los Angeles.
Minnesota Vikings owner Zygi Wilf says he remains hopeful that there will be a special legislative session in the fall to consider a stadium bill for the team.
Minnesota Vikings owner Zygi Wilf spoke with Gov. Mark Dayton on Friday, telling him that now is the time to discuss a new stadium since the outlines of a state budget deal are finally in place.
Gov. Mark Dayton, the Minnesota Vikings owners and other key players in the push to build a new football stadium in Ramsey County met behind closed doors for 90 minutes but didn’t resolve differences that have stalled progress.
The owners of the Minnesota Vikings sent a letter to Gov. Mark Dayton and all 201 state lawmakers saying that the cost of road improvements near a new football stadium in suburban Ramsey County shouldn’t prevent it getting approved this year.
A key supporter of a Vikings stadium in Arden Hills says only one issue — road access — stands in the way of a deal.
Minnesota Vikings owner Zygi Wilf encourages state lawmakers Thursday to support building a new football stadium and expressed confidence the bill would pass this year.