Jay Kiedrowski discusses evidence that cities in Minnesota are cutting spending.
Auditor finds drops in money for roads and econ development Minnesota cities are spending less than they did a decade ago, and they're tapping their own residents to make up a steep decline in state aid during the period. All that while the roads are getting bumpier. Total inflation-adjusted spending by Minnesota city governments dropped 13 percent.
Finanace and Commerce
March 5, 2012