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THE RUNE

Jenna Phillips, who lives in Shakopee with her three dogs, is the layout engineer and project supervisor for Classic Company, a concrete business working on The Rune project in Alexandria.
C.I Construction, LLC uploaded its latest drone footage of the Broadway-Third Ave Rune on Tuesday, Nov. 22.
A lingering dispute with the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency over pollution monitoring wells and increased costs led to the delays, according to Rob Thompson, managing member of GoodNeighbor Properties.
C.I Construction, LLC uploaded its latest drone footage of the Broadway-Third Ave Rune project with Halloween themed music.

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Crews are currently working on the stair and elevator towers for the $25 million project.
The $25 million project, which has run into long delays, has met the city’s requirements for a building permit extension.
But the construction manager for the $25 million development is confident work will resume this spring.
The excavation at the site of the $25 million project was completed this past spring but then stalled because of a disagreement over what to do with the monitoring wells that detect underground pollution.
Despite delays, supply chain shortages and price increases for building materials, the developers are confident that work will resume soon.
Through it all, there were shining moments of kindness, generosity and unity.

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Gov. Tim Walz’s latest restrictions, however, may throw a wrench in the plans by limiting how many skaters could gather.
The new five-story complex will consist of commercial and retail space, including a new restaurant – Mill Valley Kitchen, which is scheduled to open in 2022.
Bit by bit, a landmark building in Alexandria, once the home of the Old Broadway restaurant, is being demolished this week.

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