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But preliminary property bills could change after city councils set budgets.
City leaders are expected to grant key approvals for the deal next month.
Female uniforms weren’t yet available when Liz Whitbeck enlisted in the newly formed Marine Corps Women’s Reserve in 1943. But she joined enthusiastically, a trait…
The agency had been scrambling to install the dumpsters after its expected supplier dropped out.
Older than most historic buildings still standing in the Twin Cities, the 136-year-old bridge has long been Minneapolis' de facto welcome mat. But why was it built the way it was, with such a long angle?
Nora Slawik is the second member of the cabinet of DFL Gov. Tim Walz to leave during his first year, while a third was issued a formal reprimand.
Waste Management, the expected to provide most of the dumpsters in central and southern Minnesota, told the state recently that it won't offer the service.
They were among four dozen firefighters who were called to the home on the city's East Side.
The Arizona Industrial Development Authority had been selected to issue tax-exempt bonds for the project, possibly worth more than $300 million.
Now the City Council will move forward on other changes aimed to reshape the city into a denser urban core. The most controversial part of the plan allows duplexes and triplexes in large tracts of the city zoned only for single family homes. With final votes expected next month, that change could go into effect Jan. 1.