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https://plus.google.com/111429276509442296910 Breaking Duluth News : MinnPost staff The Vikings stadium deal is a gift that just keeps on giving. The Star Tribune’s Rochelle...
MinnPost staff The Vikings stadium deal is a gift that just keeps on giving. The Star Tribune’s Rochelle Olson reports: “The owners of the Major League Soccer (MLS) expansion franchise the Minnesota United are in talks about playing games at U.S. Bank Stadium — and it has left the stadium’s primary tenant, the Minnesota Vikings, crying foul and threatening to sue. … United owners and the Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority (MSFA), which manages the $1.1 billion building, have been in discussions about an exhibition game — and perhaps more — at the stadium. But the Vikings say they are being shut out of the discussions in violation of state law and the stadium’s use agreement.” A look at the economy’s winners and losers from the Pioneer Press’ David Montgomery and Brian Edwards : “The story of Minnesota’s economy in recent years has been similar to the national story: steady but slow growth. The state hasn’t suffered a recession — but it hasn’t boomed, either. … But that steady growth hasn’t been spread evenly over Minnesota’s 5.4 million people. For every group or economic sector that’s had good times lately, there’s another that’s been struggling.” Yeah, let’s keep these people happy. REUTERS’ Allison Lampert and Jeffrey Dastin report: “Delta Air Lines … pilots on Thursday agreed to a new contract that delivers a 30 percent pay raise by 2019, as the aviation industry deals with mounting demand for higher wages to fly planes at a time of big profits. … Delta's pilots last year rejected a tentative contract deal that would have increased wages but cut profit sharing in certain cases. The new contract, backed by 82 percent of pilots at the No. 2 U.S. airline by traffic who voted on ratification, keeps existing gains on profit sharing, according to Delta's unit of the Air Line Pilots Association, International (ALPA). … The Delta contract, a four-year deal retroactive to the beginning of this year, could have a snowball effect for higher pay in the industry when the next round of bargaining between pilots and top U.S. airlines gets underway in 2019.” Medical marijuana expanded … a tiny bit. The Star Tribune’s Jeremy Olson reports: “Post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD, is being added to the list of conditions covered by Minnesota’s medical cannabis program, effective next August. … The expansion, announced Thursday by Health Commissioner Dr. Ed Ehlinger, adds an option for the estimated 8 percent of Minnesotans who, at some point in their lives, will suffer PTSD, a condition that can cause people to relive the emotion of traumatic experiences through panic attacks, nightmares and severe anxiety. … Minnesotans also petitioned to add arthritis, depression and six other conditions, but Ehlinger said the research to date didn’t support the others as strongly.” In other news… We’re used to it: “Bob Dylan Is Blowin’ Everybody Off, but Minnesotans Don’t Mind” [Wall Street Journal] Cool: “Hear Dessa's contribution to the mega-hyped 'Hamilton Mixtape' ” [City Pages] Come on, people: “Christmas tree stolen from Lakeside yard” [Duluth News Tribune] Welcome to Minnesota: “Meet Adrian Heath: Minnesota United FC’s new head coach” [The Growler] | @MinnPost
Vikings threaten suit over soccer games in U.S. Bank stadium
Plus: winners and losers in Minnesota’s economy; Delta pilots get 30% raise; medical marijuana program expanded to cover PTSD; and more.
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Officials Behind $500 Million Vikings’ Stadium Subsidy Get Free Luxury Box Tickets for Family and Friends
The only NFL game I’ve ever been to was when I was fresh out of college and working on The Hill. And I saw it from a one of those box seats suites. The only things I really remember are that I think the Patriots were playing the Redskins, that the fried chicken was the best I’d ever had, and that in the suite it didn’t feel like I was at the game. It was like I was in a hotel bar or something.
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https://plus.google.com/115217230734947404733 WDIOWIRT : Auditor Questions Suite Access at Vikings Stadium - ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) - The state's legislative auditor...
Auditor Questions Suite Access at Vikings Stadium - ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) - The state's legislative auditor says he's investigating the use of two luxury suites in the new Minnesota Vikings stadium by top public officials. The Star Tribune has reported that a pair of Minnesota Sports Facility Authority officials controls access to two lower-level suites for all football games and other events. Neither Authority chairwoman Michelle Kelm-Helgen nor executive director Ted Mondale would identify...
Auditor Questions Suite Access at Vikings Stadium
The state's legislative auditor says he's investigating the use of two luxury suites in the new Minnesota Vikings stadium by top public officials.
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https://plus.google.com/102363613789264166868 The Fringe News : (Officials Behind $500 Million Vikings’ Stadium Subsidy Get Free Luxury Box Tickets for Family and Friends...
(Officials Behind $500 Million Vikings’ Stadium Subsidy Get Free Luxury Box Tickets for Family and Friends) | The Fringe News
Officials Behind $500 Million Vikings’ Stadium Subsidy Get Free Luxury Box Tickets for Family and Friends - The Fringe News
No… The only NFL game I’ve ever been to was when I was fresh out of college and working on The Hill. And I saw it from a one of those box seats suites. The only things I really remember are that I think the Patriots were playing the Redskins, that the fried chicken was …
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https://plus.google.com/115739476303067097748 Nique Rocks : Twin sis her partner my gson and I cosoyonf the new Vikings stadium
Twin sis her partner my gson and I cosoyonf the new Vikings stadium 
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https://plus.google.com/109337670716355255356 ARCAT : The designers behind the new Vikings stadium, HKS Architects, is nwo breaking grounds on the LA Rams...
The designers behind the new Vikings stadium, HKS Architects, is nwo breaking grounds on the LA Rams stadium https://archpaper.com/2016/11/los-angeles-rams-stadium-breaks-ground/#gallery-0-slide-0
Los Angeles Rams stadium breaks ground in Inglewood, California
The Los Angeles Rams stadium features will be located in the City of Champions district, a purpose-built mixed-use, entertainment, and leisure neighborhood.
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https://plus.google.com/107302280051902621749 jason vedadi : Vikings stadium
Vikings stadium
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https://plus.google.com/112339126328064494331 National Construction Rentals : #ConstructionNews Have you ever been curious to see a #construction project from beginning to completion...
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Have you ever been curious to see a #construction project from beginning to completion? Watch this fascinating time lapse video of the Minnesota Vikings stadium construction! http://ow.ly/R3UZ3069Qox
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Official Minnesota Vikings U.S. Bank Stadium construction time-lapse
The just-released time-lapse showcases 32-months of progress with high-definition imagery.
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https://plus.google.com/102908630297700902041 derekallan elj : Peter Callaghan It’s feasible to cap freeways in the Twin Cities in order to reclaim land given over...
Peter Callaghan It’s feasible to cap freeways in the Twin Cities in order to reclaim land given over to cars six decades ago, though it matters where the cap is placed. Economics, however, should not be the only factor in deciding whether the projects are worth doing. Those are among the conclusions [PDF] of a panel put together by the Urban Land Institute Minnesota at the request of the state Department of Transportation (MnDOT) to look at the potential for freeway lids. Sometimes called land bridges, the concept is to help reconnect communities disrupted by freeway construction. The study is part of MnDOT’s preparation for rebuilding I-94 through the cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul. And it comes at a time when federal transportation officials are looking at using future freeway investments to repair the damage done by construction in the 1960s and '70s, damage disproportionately done to poor and minority communities. “It isn’t often that we get alignment of this nature,” said Caren Dewar, executive director of the state chapter of the Urban Land Institute, at a formal rollout of the report Tuesday in St. Paul. “We have alignment for these ideas at the national level and the local level.” The panelists, many of whom were drawn from development and real estate businesses, spent three days in June looking at lids in general and at three sites in the metro area specifically. Called a Technical Assistance Panel, the group concluded that the lids were something the state and communities should strongly consider, and their report says a task force should be set up to figure out how to create the governmental and nonprofit entities that might move such projects along. Rather than choose one of the three proposed sites — Rondo in St. Paul, Farview Park in North Minneapolis or I-35W at Washington Avenue east of downtown Minneapolis — the panel suggested they all be considered as one.  “Looking at each location as an isolated, one-off project disconnected from the others, will make it much harder to build the political will to get any of them done and misses the opportunity to connect them as part of an economic and social imperative for the state’s long-term prosperity,” the report concluded. And rather than view them solely as real estate projects, the panel suggested seeing them all as an attempt to redress the health, environmental, economic and social disruptions that resulted from freeway construction. As such, they named the project the Healthy Communities Initiative. “The Healthy Communities Initiative is an opportunity to set big, ambitious goals for what is possible throughout Minnesota’s interstate corridors and on MnDOT’s right of way through the state,” the report noted. Building a lid over I-35W at Washington Avenue has the highest redevelopment potential because of its proximity the University of Minnesota and the area around the new Vikings Stadium. And putting untaxed land on the tax roles via residential and commercial development could help cover the large cost, the panel suggested. “We can create much more usable land area,” said Rich Varda, an architect and former senior vice president of store design Target. “The asset isn’t only the air rights but excess land that can be sold off too.” Varda said the opportunity could easily be lost. “There are parcels around this area that are ripe for development and development is going to make it harder to make this a unique place.” In St. Paul, a lid that would reconnect the Rondo neighborhood, while serving a strong social justice mission, might not attract the same density of development. “There are areas where we simply reinvest for social justice,” said panelist and residential housing developer George Sherman. “You may not see that Rondo can pay for its lid — I can guarantee you that it can’t. But the fact that we destroyed their community is a reason enough for us to look at how we come up with the tools to reinvest.” The third site — I-94 near Farview Park in North Minneapolis — suffers from disagreements over whether the land between the freeway and the Mississippi River should remain heavy industrial. Not a cheap alternative As part of the process, the panel looked at three existing projects around the country that had lidded either freeways or rail corridors: Millennium Park in Chicago — home to The Bean art work and a large park and amphitheater — was a $475 million project covering 24.5 acres; Klyde Warren Park in Dallas cost $106.7 million to cover 5.2 acres; and the I-670 at Union Station project in Columbus, Ohio, which cost $7.8 million for 1.12 acres. All were done with a combination of public, private and philanthropic dollars, and each has spurred private development on nearby land. Hugh Murphy, a former mayoral aide in Chicago, said the Millennium Park concept dates back to 1977 and went from a $100 million “patch of grass” to the park it is now. “I think it’s the right time here,” he said of Minnesota. “And you need to take advantage of it when you can because the time will pass by.” MnDOT Commissioner Charlie Zelle said there is interest in projects like lids at both the federal and state levels. When asked about next steps, he said: “I know everyone is concerned about how do we keep this going. So the next step is really how do we not just put this on the shelf?” 'This thing could happen' In Rondo, the land bridge concept has been embraced by a group of leaders in the neighborhood that once was the center of St. Paul's African-American community. Seitu Jones, a St. Paul artist who served on the panel, said it was the only site visit where the panelists were served refreshments. And Monday, two groups active in the land bridge campaign — Rondo Avenue Inc. and the Friendly Streets Initiative — won a $99,000 Knight Foundation grant to pursue a connection centered on Victoria Street.Courtesy of Marvin Anderson, Lars Christiansen, and Melvin GilesA detail of concept art by Rachel Burand for the Rondo land bridge. “This is an idea that folks have talked about for awhile,” Jones said. “It was one of these crazy ideas — covering the freeway. But with Commissioner (Charlie) Zelle’s support and the support of the Department of Transportation, this thing can happen. It really will happen.” Marvin Anderson, a cofounder of the Rondo Days festival and Rondo Avenue Inc. with Floyd Smaller, pledged his support for the concept. “We’ll work as hard as we can to make sure this becomes a reality for our community because it’s long overdue. You lit a match to something and I hope it isn’t extinguished by bureaucracy, by this and by that. Don’t let us down this time.” | @MinnPost
Panel: Land bridges would offer rare chance to reinvest in places torn apart by development in Twin Cities
The study comes at a time when transportation officials are looking to repair the damage done by freeway construction in the 1960s and '70s, especially to poor and minority communities.
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https://plus.google.com/109725856959992886976 Oklahoma Hearing Center : Watch this amazing video about just how loud NFL football games and Concerts can be, and the importance...
Watch this amazing video about just how loud NFL football games and Concerts can be, and the importance of earplugs to protect your hearing!

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Experts Warn New NFL Stadium Could Be Bad for Your Hearing
The new stadium for the Minnesota Vikings has a fixed roof made of acoustically reflective material that experts say could raise noise to ear-damaging levels.
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