Human services projects part of governor’s bonding proposal
1/16/2018 12:02:22 PM
Gov. Mark Dayton today proposed a public works bill that would invest $1.5 billion in critical infrastructure projects statewide, including investments in important human services projects.
The proposal includes $16.2 million in investments at the Minnesota Sex Offender Program’s St. Peter facility; $2.2 million to update the St. Peter Dietary Building, which serves the Minnesota Security Hospital and Sex Offender Program; $6.8 million for upgrades at the Anoka-Metro Regional Treatment Center; and $13.9 million to design and construct two residential treatment facilities for MSOP clients who are suited for less restrictive treatment.