Rybak Discusses a Decade in Office in Q&A with TCB
This month marks a decade in office for Minneapolis Mayor R.T. Rybak.
During his tenure, the city has undergone significant changes: It has reduced its debt by $200 million, achieved a drop in serious crime, and landed a new Twins stadium, among many other accomplishments.
Rybak discussed his decade as the city's leader in an exclusive Q&A with Twin Cities Business Editor in Chief Dale Kurschner, in which the mayor measures some of his achievements, details the difficulties of declining revenue streams, and shares his goals about the city's future.
Click here to view the story online, in the digital edition of the magazine.