So with the Minnesota government lastly figuring out its debt troubles and convening a unique legislative session to convert the compromise into law, the Vikings stadium will be be included in the package, appropriate?
According to the Related Press and other reports, the Vikings stadium bill won’t be regarded as for the duration of the unique session aimed at resolving the spending budget concern. Governor Mark Dayton won’t commit to a second legislative session later in the year for addressing the problem.
“I haven’t decided. It’s not prepared to be considered at this point,” Dayton said, per the . “We’ll have to see if negotiations proceed to a point exactly where it can be. . . . I take calling a unique session quite seriously and some thing I would not do routinely. It would have to be circumstances that compel it, and, once more, I don’t know no matter whether those will occur or not.”
The Vikings aren’t pleased.
“All I can tell you is that we are assessing our alternatives,” V.P. of public affairs and stadium development Lester Bagley told the .
The Vikings are entering the final year of their Metrodome lease. Therefore, leaving Minnesota most likely is 1 of the choices under consideration.