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MINNEAPOLIS-The pace of construction is slowing in Minnesota andseveral other Upper Midwest states, according to arecent survey from the Federal Reserve Bank ofMinneapolis.

Building contracts declined 2% forMinnesota and North and South Dakota for the threemonths ending with August, according to the survey.The report cites a Minnesota contractor, who says thatbuilding activity is level with a year ago and dryweather this fall has helped some constructionprojects finish ahead of schedule.

Homebuildingremains soft, as housing units are down 10%. ATwin Cities mortgage consultant reports that mortgageactivity id down from a year ago, according to thereport.

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