MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Minneapolis Mayor R.T. Rybak is expected to discuss job growth and the economy at his annual State of the City address.

Rybak will deliver his speech Tuesday at 11 a.m. at Augsburg College’s Hoversten Chapel. The public is welcome to attend.

Rybak is expected to lay out his vision for growth for Minneapolis. It will include an agenda of investments that he feels the city and its partners need to continue in order to create more jobs and improve the city’s economy.

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Comments (6)
  1. RT'd again says:

    OK RT – start it like this please

    the job growth in crime, particularly in the dope trade is alive and well and truly prospering. While the police are doing their best I notice the blips regarding all the shootings, assualts and murders myself. We are working on it. I still feel it was more important to have nicey water fountains than police so next question …
    Indeed I think more light rail is needed, yes to a downtown casino as we need more reason for the b’bangers to hang around in the center of the city, no to more snow plowing to open the streets, yes to towing cars asap (contract negotiated for service), we will continue to spend for doggy parks, no to any money to help the homeless with housing, yes to anything silly, no to necessities. Now excuse me

    1. Mayor Rybak says:

      Can’t really argue with you.

  2. GomersPile in MPLS says:

    yep – obvious that crime pays and is alive and well in Mpls

  3. Joe Hanson says:

    Why isn’t Mayor Rybak doing this at a city owned facilty like the Convention Center?

  4. Gomer'sPile in MN says:

    Read the word “Chapel” again. And again

    Maybe he thinks of himself as a Saint lol

  5. pat says:

    He knows he is going to need more money for his sanctuary city, someone has to be able to house and feed and give medical care free to our poor illegals. Oh yeah and we need to pay for the crimes they commit as well. we wouldn’t want to lose that designation for the 10th most violent city in the nation.

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