Duluth makes statewide pitch for new housing
Unless Duluth can attract more new residential construction, the city's shortage of desirable and affordable homes could hamstring its future economic growth, Mayor Don Ness said Thursday.
He pointed to a recent study that estimates Duluth will need an additional 2,300 housing units by 2020 to accommodate its expanding workforce.
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