Haydee Clotter, Fox21 Online
The Minnesota Legislative Session ended late last night and Gov. Dayton is already threatening to veto some spending packages over the next couple weeks.
Duluth city leaders have mixed feelings about the session.
There were major projects ultimately included in the bonding bill but some others were left out.
[...] But there are bright spots for Duluth.
DFL Rep. Liz Olson released a statement that reads in part: “I’m pleased that we were able to address many of our infrastructure needs in the bonding bill we passed last night. whether the zoo, UMD, the steam plant, or other local assets, these investments will ensure a stronger future for duluth.”