Bus company leader named Minn. transportation head
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Minnesota’s new transportation commissioner is a Yale-trained businessman who has run his family’s bus company for more than two decades.
Gov. Mark Dayton named Charlie Zelle on Wednesday to lead one of the state’s largest and most important agencies. In a statement, the governor cited Zelle’s “outstanding record of innovation in the private sector.”
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