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River’s Edge Convention Center Included In Governor Dayton’s Bonding Proposal

Governor Mark Dayton has proposed a $986 million bonding bill this year. Several local projects have made it into the Governor's proposal, including the River's Edge Convention Center.

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State House Committee Tours Local Bonding Projects

Last week the State Senate Capital Investment Committee toured local projects requesting bonding money. Today (Wednesday) it's the State House's turn to check out the projects.

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SCSU Requesting Bonding Money To Renovate Eastman Hall [AUDIO]

St. Cloud State University is asking the State Legislature for bonding money to renovate an old building on campus. They're looking for $865,000 in next year's bonding bill to start planning the remodel of Eastman Hall.

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St. Cloud Prison Looking for Bonding Bill Money

The Senate Capital Investment Committee will get a look at the St. Cloud Prison tomorrow as part of their tour of central Minnesota.

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Minnesota House Defeats Construction Projects Bill

The Minnesota House has defeated an $800 million construction projects bill that failed to win a needed super-majority. The bill is a rare area where Republican held veto power. Because it involves long-term state debt, it required 81 votes to pass.

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Without Bonding Bill, Delays Expected For New Sauk River Park [AUDIO]

Without a new bonding bill, the City of Sartell will need to delay the land purchase for the new Sauk River Park and Nature Area.

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City officials have hopes of turning the parking lot behind the Mexican Village into a parking ramp. Photo by WJON.com's Jim Maurice
City officials have hopes of turning the parking lot behind the Mexican Village into a parking ramp. Photo by WJON.com's Jim Maurice
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St. Cloud Convention Center Included in Dayton’s Bonding Plan

A $109 million commitment to Capitol preservation is the biggest element of Gov. Mark Dayton plan for Minnesota-financed construction projects. His wish list outlined Monday also includes substantial funding for new labs at public universities, a new building on the Minneapolis Veterans Home campus and civic center improvements in Mankato, Rochester and St. Cloud.

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Dayton to Outline Construction Project Wish List

State Capitol repairs, civic center expansions and veterans home upgrades are all expected to have a place in Gov. Mark Dayton's plan for Minnesota-financed construction projects. Dayton has dropped those hints and others ahead of Monday's official release of his wish list. He has said he would press for $750 million in state borrowing.

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River’s Edge Funding Likely in Next Bonding Bill

The Minnesota governor previewed elements of his roughly $750 million bonding proposal - which could include money for the River's Edge Convention Center.

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Key Lawmaker Wants Robust Minnesota Construction Bill

A key Democratic lawmaker says within the next two weeks she will release a "robust" plan to borrow for public-purpose construction projects around Minnesota. House Capital Investment Committee Chairwoman Alice Hausman says her proposal will exceed the roughly $500 million plan Gov. Mark Dayton has suggested he will recommend.

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