Bygones for Aug. 2
News Tribune, Aug. 2, 1974
- Controversy over the funding for a proposed $5 million city library came up at yesterday’s Duluth City Council agenda session. The question is whether local taxpayers should put up $3 million for the library without a chance to vote on the issue.
News Tribune, Aug. 2, 1994
- The Louisiana-Pacific manufacturing plant in Hayward was ordered yesterday to pay $550,000 in pollution fines — the largest in Wisconsin history. The company has 30 days to pay the fine for what the state says is more than a decade of air pollution violations.
- The Hibbing City Council yesterday appointed Ron Dicklich as mayor, Pat Garrity as clerk-treasurer and Jerry Gherardi as councilor for Ward C. They replace city officials who were forced to resign after a state open meeting law violation.
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