(St. Paul, MN) – Yesterday, the Senate Capital Investment Committee concluded their NW Minnesota bonding tour with a stop in Annandale. Senator Bruce Anderson (R-Buffalo) met the committee at the Annandale City Administration building for presentations on the replacement of crucial sewer and water infrastructure as well as traffic and intersection improvements. The existing public utilities are 100 years old. The increase in traffic and population is pushing the infrastructure to its maximum capacity and reconstruction is essential.
“I will continue to advocate for these projects at the Capitol,” said Senator Anderson. “New construction is vital to the growth of our community. I am proud of all the work local officials and employees have put into maintaining our current infrastructure and developing plans for improvement.”