Minn. Bonding Bill Comparison

Updated: 05/05/2014 4:50 PM
Created: 05/05/2014 4:29 PM

The following is a summary of Northland projects included in bonding bills proposed by Gov. Mark Dayton, House DFL leaders, and Senate DFL leaders.  House figures are based on a revised bill introduced Monday:

  Dayton House Senate

AEOA office building

$2 mil   $2 mil

Bemidji State University

$13.79 mil $13.79 mil $13.79 mil

Big Lake Area Sanitary Sewer District

$4.5 mil $4.5 mil $4.5 mil

Giants Ridge

$4.995 mil $4.995 mil $4.995 mil

Gitchi-Gami Trail

  $1.7 mil  

International Falls Airport

$2 mil $1.3 mil $2 mil

Lake Superior College

$5.266 mil $5.266 mil $5.266 mil

Lake Vermilion State Park

    $14 mil

Lake Sup.-Poplar River Water Dist.

  $1.1 mil  

NorShor Theater

$6.95 mil $6.95 mil $6.95 mil

Northeast Higher Education District

$3.344 mil $3.344 mil $3.344 mil

Northeast Regional Corrections Center

  $3.558 mil  

Range Regional Airport

$5 mil $6.5 mil $5 mil

Red Lake School District

$13.491 mil $10.491 mil $13.491 mil

Reif Center-Grand Rapids ISD 318

  $3.897 mil  

Rice Lake Twp. Water main

$1.168 mil $1.168 mil $1.168 mil

Sandstone business park


Silver Bay/Luverne veterans homes

    $1.84 mil

Spirit Mountain water system

$3.4 mil $3.4 mil $3.4 mil

UMD building

  $1.5 mil $1.5 mil

Virginia industrial park

$1.5 mil   $1.5 mil

Virginia-Hwy. 53 utility relocation

  $19.5 mil  

Voyageurs/BWCAW water treatment

$8.567 mil $8.567 mil $8.567 mil

Wade Stadium

  $3.92 mil  

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