Bad vibrations: How a fight between the Met Council and a Minneapolis condo association spilled into the state Legislature

Somewhere in the closing days of the 2017 session of the Minnesota Legislature, a mandatory study of the impacts of light rail construction on a condominium building adjacent to the tracks became something, well, much less.  Offered by DFL Rep. Frank Hornstein and DFL Sen. Scott Dibble, the language was included in the state transporation budget and came at the request of owners of the Calhoun Isles condos — the converted grain silo at the junction of the Kenilworth Trail and the Cedar Lake LRT Regional Trail/Midtown Greenway in Minneapolis’ Cedar-Isles-Dean neighborhood. That location also puts the building in very close proximity to where the Metropolitan Council wants build a tunnel for the Southwest LRT project.     Read the article…………….


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