Street networks are an increasing concern for Minnesota mayors, according to a September editorial in the Star Tribune. Many towns and cities were established one hundred years ago or more, and put in major streets not long after, said the editorial. Those street and sewer systems are coming due for upgrade, making infrastructure a top issue for cities across the state. The state auditor is preparing a “map-based overview of Minnesota’s municipal infrastructure.”
Aging Streets a Concern for Minnesota CitiesJennifer Harmening Thiede
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