For Immediate Release Contact: Julie Liew ST. PAUL—Little Falls Mayor Greg Zylka was elected to serve as president of the Coalition of Greater Minnesota Cities (CGMC) July 31 at the Coalition’s annual membership meeting, which was held virtually this year due to the Covid-19 pandemic. As president, Zylka will . . .
CGMC president urges Legislature to pass bonding bill in special session, says critical projects can’t wait
For Immediate Release Contact: Julie Liew Below is a statement from CGMC President and Willmar City Council Member Audrey Nelsen regarding the special legislative session scheduled to begin July 13: “Minnesotans are desperate for our lawmakers to prove that they can work together for the good of our . . .
CGMC president ‘happy and relieved’ local governments will finally receive fair share of CARES Act funds
Below is a statement from CGMC President and Willmar City Council Member Audrey Nelsen on the announcement that the Walz Administration plans to distribute $841 million in federal coronavirus relief funds (the “CARES Act”) to local governments:
For Immediate Release Contact: Julie Liew Below is a statement from CGMC President and Willmar City Council Member Audrey Nelsen on the conclusion of the Minnesota Legislature’s special session: “The special session was a train wreck. Between the COVID-19 pandemic, economic downturn and recent civil unrest, Minnesotans need strong state . . .
For Immediate Release Contact: Julie Liew A large public works package is needed to help Greater Minnesota communities — and the entire state — rebound from COVID-19 pandemic ST. PAUL—As state legislators prepare to tackle a laundry list of items during a special session that began today, Greater Minnesota city . . .
CGMC Executive Director Bradley Peterson penned a guest column for the online news site Minnesota Reformer in which he called on the Minnesota Legislature to pass a bonding bill during the upcoming special session that invests at least $1.5 billion in critical infrastructure projects around the state. In his column, . . .