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Walker Sculpture Garden asking for $8.5 million in renovations

The Minneapolis Sculpture Garden hasn't had a single renovation since it opened about 25 years ago. KARE 11 reports if Gov. Dayton's bonding bill is approved, the park will close for a year to replace sidewalks, construct wheelchair ramps and install a new irrigation system.
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The Minneapolis Sculpture Garden hasn't had a single renovation since it opened about 25 years ago. KARE 11 reports if Gov. Dayton's bonding bill is approved, the park will close for a year to replace sidewalks, construct wheelchair ramps and install a new irrigation system.

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