Anti-Vikings stadium crowd silent
The once organized, unwavering bloc stood in relative silence as the Minneapolis City Council approved the Vikings' new home.
Seven questions about the Vikings stadium deal that need answers | MinnPost
Recent developments make me think that maybe we should bide our time before tearing down the Metrodome.
Planning for new Vikings stadium bogs down as acrimony grows
A spat between the Minnesota Vikings and the public authority charged with building them a stadium could delay completion of their new home by a month or so. So said Michele Kelm-Helgen, chairwoman…
Judge: Vikings deal would have triggered charter
A district court judge said Tuesday that the Vikings stadium deal would have triggered a city charter requirement to hold a public vote were it not for a state-sanctioned override of that provision.
Vikings stadium: What will it look like? We should know soon
Minnesotans will soon get a glimpse of what the new Vikings stadium might look like. Five national design firms interviewed with stadium officials this week, and a winner could be chosen as early a…
Vikings stadium: Dayton signs $975 million bill
Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton signed his approval to a $975 million Vikings stadium project Monday, May 14, ending a push for a new home for the NFL team that has lasted more than a decade. Dayton was…
Minneapolis meets with owners of land key to Vikings stadium
Private talks have begun to acquire several key pieces of land for the new $975 million Vikings stadium, even before the leaders who will oversee its construction have been named.
Supreme Court OK required for Vikings stadium financing
$348 million state contribution relies on appropriation bonds, which could be ruled unconstitutional There has been no shortage of coverage relating to the Minnesota Viking stadium. Seemingly every aspect of the package that was signed into law by Gov. Mark Dayton last Monday has been hashed over by television, online and print outlets. But one potentially problematic piece of the $975 million plan has received scant coverage: The funding scheme to pay for the stadium is contingent on…
City Council Member Schiff Says He’s Against Vikings Stadium
Gary Schiff of the Minneapolis City Council has made it very clear he’s against the current bill for a new Vikings stadium in Minneapolis.
Joe Soucheray: So, governor, the Vikings suckered us. What’ll you do about it?
Joe Soucheray: So, governor, the Vikings suckered us. What're you going to do about it? | "So, yes, it was wildly optimistic to think that electronic gaming could provide for most of the state's $348 million obligation to the advertised $975 million cost of the new stadium." via @TwinCities.com 3/26/13