Thank you to the more than 100 city leaders who attended the CGMC Virtual Fall Conference last week! While we certainly missed seeing everyone in person, we still had a great day filled with informative presentations and panel discussions: One Seat, Two Seat, Red Seat, Blue Seat: 2020 Election . . .
All CGMC members are invited to join us tomorrow for the FREE CGMC Virtual Fall Conference! Here are the details: CGMC VIRTUAL FALL CONFERENCE Date: Thursday, November 19, 2020 Time: 10 a.m.-3:15 p.m. Location: Virtual conference held over Zoom Register: bit.ly/cgmc_fall2020 (Note: After you register, you will receive an email . . .
On Wednesday, Gov. Walz signed the $1.9 billion bonding bill passed by the Legislature last week. The enactment of the bill ends the long and winding road to the state’s largest-ever capital investment package, and the first one passed in more than two years. Passage of a bill seemed improbable . . .
After months of delay, stalemate, and disagreement, both the House and Senate have finally passed a bonding bill. The bonding investments were packaged with tax and supplemental budget items to form a large, special session omnibus bill. The bonding portion of the package totals nearly $1.9 billion in investments for . . .
Below is a statement from CGMC President and Little Falls Mayor Greg Zylka on the Legislature’s passage of a $1.9 billion capital investment bill.
The Minnesota Legislature convened on Monday for its fifth special session since May. While the last couple special sessions have been one-day affairs, this time legislators are sticking around for additional days to pursue a deal to finally pass a bonding bill. In a pre-session press conference, Speaker of the . . .