News Tribune, June 19, 1973 The Seaway Port Authority of Duluth yesterday approved the sale of 2.2 acres in the airport industrial park to the Gardner-Denver Co., which manufactures heavy mining, construction and industrial equipment. The firm will construct a 6,000-square-foot building on the site. Irate residents of Silver Bay and Beaver Bay met with the combined village councils of each community last night in the Silver Bay Municipal Building to discuss the alleged contamination of Lake Superior water by asbestos fibers.
Three area women veterans are planning to attend the dedication of the Vietnam Women’s Veterans Memorial this November in Washington, D.C. Penny Kettlewell, Sue Enebak and Barbara Smith say they are still coping with the psychological effects of their experiences in Vietnam. As plans for an outlet mall on Duluth’s waterfront move forward, another Duluth developer wants to build an outlet mall in town. Jerry Siegel is proposing an outlet mall in the old Clyde Iron industrial site in the West End.
News Tribune, June 19, 1993
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