CAPITOL CHATTER Committee OKs gay marriage
By Danielle Killey
A Minnesota Senate committee voted 5-3 today to move forward with a bill that would legalize same-sex marriage in Minnesota.
This is about family, bill author Sen. Scott Dibble,... Posted on 3/12/13 at 3:15 PM
Over the past few weeks, Farmington parks and recreation director Randy Distad has been coming up some creative measures to help a proposal to turn the old city hall building into the new Rambling River Center. On Monday, he will find out if it worked.
With a pile of proposals on his desk and some very anxious residents across the street, Farmington city administrator Peter Herlofsky and his staff may have to do some creative budgeting in the next few weeks.
On Monday the city of Farmington will open the doors of its brand new city hall, a 42,000-square-foot structure at the corner of Third and Spruce streets in the city's downtown business district. We don't think the building's perfect, but there's a lot there to like.
In about a week from now Farmington city employees will do their final packing and haul their office equipment down the street and around the corner to a new city hall. The new building will provide some much needed space and updated technology, but the move also creates a question: What do we do with the old building?
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