STAFF BLOG TWIN PORTS BUSINESS Minnesota Power plans to explain itself
Say, Minnesota Power, what's with all the rate hikes?
Answers to that question and more will come at a Duluth Area Chamber of Commerce FORVM next week. The Duluth-based utility will give their vi... Posted on 2/23/10 at 4:16 AM
Outgoing superintendent Keith Dixon boldly accomplished what he was empowered to do: implement and bring to a close the most comprehensive, inclusive and sustainable long-range facilities plan ever accomplished by the district.
The management and operation of the city of Duluth’s public utilities (water, natural gas and sanitary sewer) will soon change. If you own property in Duluth, you will feel the financial impact of this.
The Chamber’s leadership views our community’s challenges with positive expectancy. When our board of directors gathers for its annual off-site planning session, we call the session an “advance” instead of a “retreat.”
We were excited to engage the services of the Labovitz School of Business and Economics’ bureau of business and economic research, a highly regarded organization, to provide members of our community unbiased information regarding this controversial initiative.
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