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A typical St. Paul homeowner will pay $67 more in property taxes in 2019, under the budget deal expected to pass next week.
Local leaders, businesses want Minnesota United to contribute to the area.
The four murals from the 1930s depicting a voyageur, a steamboat captain, a railroad surveyor and a laborer.
After success in St. Paul and Minneapolis, battle expands to rest of state.
St. Paul joined a growing number of local governments across the country that have decided to exceed state and federal minimums.
The St. Paul City Council is expected to follow in Minneapolis' footsteps Wednesday and approve a citywide $15 minimum wage without an exemption for tipped workers.
St. Paul City Council discussion centers on who will receive it, and when.
Lobby group says any $15 minimum wage passed will likely have a tipped-worker exemption.
Weeks away from approving multimillion-dollar affordable housing plans, leaders in Minneapolis and St. Paul are still figuring out how to pay for them without raising property taxes.
City won't submit its final plan to the Met Council until June.