Posted on February 18th, 2013 by Logan Lafferty
As the $6 billion Destination Medical Center proposal winds its way through the state Legislature, some have wondered what its failure could mean for Mayo Clinic's presence in Rochester. Failure would have a dampening effect on future investment here, a clinic spokesman said. "It could slow the growth here or limit the growth. We're not going to move our headquarters. This is a special place," said Karl W. Oestreich, manager of enterprise media relations for Mayo Clinic.
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