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BROOKE CARLSON

Council members announce willingness to approve a short-term order but cite lack of needed agreement
No matter what we look like or where we come from, we all deserve the dignity of a home and safety in our community.
City's emergency operations center team will meet this week to discuss response to pandemic changes.
Discussion of collaboration and lead roles continue to provide challenges for city and county response to needs of people without shelter.

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Following city council approval of purchase agreement, shift from late-night venue seen as welcome change by others in market.
Every candidate running for office will say they will support affordable housing policy. Those with true courage and conviction will do so when it comes time to cast an unpopular vote.
Proposed statement at start of council meetings would recognize Dakota nation as past residents.
Agreement with city calls for shutting doors on day center for people facing homelessness at the end of August.
U.S. senator said recommendation means chances are good for anticipated $56.1 million for downtown rapid-transit project.
Six of seven council members have returned to chambers for regular meetings as COVID-19 restrictions are scaled back.

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Gov. Walz highlights the state’s “Your Shot to Summer” COVID-19 vaccine incentive campaign in Rochester.
Governor Tim Walz visits Mayo Field while highlighting the state’s “Your Shot to Summer” COVID-19 vaccine incentive campaign Friday, June 4, 2021, in Rochester.
Proposed funding would cover nearly half of the estimated project cost as planning continues

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