News Tribune, April 24, 1973 Severe leakage has developed in the roof at Duluth’s new Central High School and contractors are feuding over who is responsible. Meanwhile, water coming through the roof has done damage to the library and to language and science classrooms. St. Mary’s Hospital yesterday sought to acquire alternate parking space in the event that a new Duluth Clinic Ltd. building is constructed across from the hospital on the site of its present main parking lot on Third Street.
Despite requests from Schroeder-area residents, boat launches won’t be built at Sugar Loaf Cove because it isn’t well enough protected from the weather, Minnesota officials said yesterday. The state decided the best site for boat ramps would be at Taconite Harbor. Employees and residents of Duluth’s Lakeshore Lutheran Home are worried about proposed budget cuts to the state’s 1,500 nursing homes. The Duluth area’s share of the cut would be about $1 million, and Lakeshore would lose $120,000.
News Tribune, April 24, 1993
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