Metro Transit seeks more ticket agents. State Patrol wants new HQ building

Metro Transit plans to have 24 non-police agents to enforce light rail fares and rules — but right now, they only have half that number. And the Minnesota State Patrol says the patrol needs an updated headquarters. Currently, the patrol has offices across state, but it says those offices are outdated and far too small. 

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