Communities pitch public works plans to Minnesota lawmakers
ST. PAUL — Minnesota communities have plenty of suggestions for how to spend state dollars borrowed for public works projects. In fact, they have too many.
State lawmakers and Gov. Mark Dayton are working to whittle down more than 150 requests topping $3 billion for trails, civic and community centers, roads and bridges, and many other projects.
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