Minneapolis council wants Minneapolis as stadium site

The Minneapolis city council voted 11-1 yesterday to a approve a resolution proposing a downtown Minneapolis site near the Target Center for a new home for the Twins, while the Metrodome would be renovated for the Vikings. No financial terms were discussed, though, making the vote largely meaningless; a 1997 referendum prohibits the city from spending more than $10 million on stadiums without a public vote.


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *.
NOTE: Both personal attacks on other commenters and trolling (posting inflammatory remarks solely to start a fight) are not allowed in comments, and will be deleted. Any commenters who repeatedly ignore these rules may be placed on moderation, or banned.

HTML tags are not allowed.

770,278 Spambots Blocked by Simple Comments