Minn. Gov. Unveils $986M In Infrastructure Upgrades

Law360, New York (January 15, 2014, 3:19 PM EST) -- Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton on Wednesday introduced a bonding proposal to invest $986 million in construction and infrastructure improvement projects that include revitalizing downtown business centers, upgrading college campuses and improving roads and bridges.

In his 2014 capital budget proposal, Dayton has recommended $986 million in general obligation and Minnesota Housing Finance Agency bonds to fund a wide variety of projects that the governor’s office says will create thousands of jobs and attract additional private investment. The largest and highest priority projects are in higher education,...
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