State gives $12.5 million to small communities for roads

Each Minnesota community smaller than 5,000 residents will split $12.5 million for city street repairs, thanks to the Small Cities Assistance Bill passed during the recently completed Legislative session.

The one-time funding is in lieu of a transportation bill that earmarks funds for road repairs in townships, cities larger than 5,000 residents, counties and state-aid highways.

 


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