Minneapolis Mayor Rybak goes back to the future, one more time

  • Article by: MAYA RAO and Eric Roper , Star Tribune staff writers
  • Updated: April 11, 2013 - 9:02 AM

In his final state of the city address, the Minneapolis mayor said he imagines a larger, more diverse city (with streetcars) by the year 2025.

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tallbobApr. 11, 13 4:17 AM

Mayor Rybak I had such high hopes 10 years ago.... The only thing higher in this city is higher Taxes, higher regulations on businesses & home owners, & more gov't beaurocracy, higher drop-out rates in schools.... Good Riddance!

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elmore1Apr. 11, 13 8:36 AM

I wish that he had included important things like "HS graduation rate improvement" as part of his vision. That should be a core priority in Mpls.

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garagewineApr. 11, 1310:25 AM

Pretty sad that promoting novelty items like streetcars are a higher priority than improving the city's pitiful education system. Or maybe he just envisions a city without children?

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kingharodApr. 11, 1312:06 PM

Home invasions, drive by shootings, muggings, rape, robbery, bridges collapsing or popping support cables, aging water mains bursting, a third-world education system... and what does our mayor is still pulling these goofy proposals like street cars out of his... hat. Get lost!

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