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Ted Mondale to lead Vikings stadium authority

The newly created five-member Minnesota Sports Facility Authority, which will work with the Minnesota Vikings to oversee construction of a $975 million downtown Minneapolis football stadium, named Ted Mondale as its executive director. Mondale, who advocated on behalf of the Dayton administration for the stadium, will earn an annual salary of $157,181.
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The newly created five-member Minnesota Sports Facility Authority, which will work with the Minnesota Vikings to oversee construction of a $975 million downtown Minneapolis football stadium, named Ted Mondale as its executive director. Mondale, who advocated on behalf of the Dayton administration for the stadium, will earn an annual salary of $157,181.

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