NEW PLATEAUS Continual (Solar-Powered) Economic Growth
Last Saturday I attended an event at the University of Minnesota showcasing professors and their research. Each gave a presentation and took questions from the audience. One spoke about depression eco... Posted on 2/28/13 at 10:25 AM
STAFF BLOG CAPITOL CHATTER MnDOT looks 50 years down the road, sees potholes
Many people have trouble planning next weekend, but the Minnesota Department of Transportation is looking 50 years down the road.
Not surprisingly, MnDOT discovered it faces many challenges.
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Alexandria continues to flex its economic development muscle.
City representatives on the Alexandria Area Economic Development Commission (AAEDC), Kevin Kopischke and Corliss Stark, presented the commission’s annual report to the city council at its meeting Monday.
Alexandria flexed its growth muscles at Monday night’s city council meeting. Five major projects, including a new veterans outpatient center, received green lights. Tax-increment financing for a housing project, however, hit a wall.
Wondering why your property taxes are going up?
If you live in Alexandria, you can blame some of it on growing pains.
The city’s overall expenses are set to increase about 10 percent next year, according to information presented at Monday’s truth in taxation hearing.
Professional business services firms in Minnesota anticipate sales revenue, profits and wages to grow moderately over the next year, according to the findings of a statewide survey conducted by the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED) and the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis.
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