MINNEAPOLIS — The city of Minneapolis plans to spend $4.8 million to temporarily rent an office building and adapt it to replace the police precinct headquarters burned during unrest that followed the death of George Floyd. A City Council committee on Thursday approved spending $3.6 million to sublease the building for three years and $1.2 […]
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