Duluth property transactions Feb. 27 - March 6
This bankruptcy information is gathered from cases filed in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Duluth Feb. 27 through March 5.
Short Elliott Hendrickson Inc., an engineering/architectural company with an office in downtown Duluth, is planning to merge with a similar firm based in Rochester, Minn.
Maurices is reporting strong second-quarter profits despite harsh winter weather that reduced traffic at many of its stores.
From its offices in downtown Duluth, Tryon Media recently launched Regalia, a fashion app for iPhone.
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A natural resource under consideration for development (copper-nickel) in northern Minnesota does mean jobs (needed jobs), and there is no reason why it should not be looked into. With the right technology there should be a way of doing it with as little damage as possible. Our state needs the jobs, and there should be a solution to the pollution problem.
I’m writing in response to the Feb. 28 article describing the concerns of 19 “physicians, nurses and medical school faculty” regarding the proposed PolyMet mining project (“Potential PolyMet health effects concern doctors”).
The Legislature is entering the third week of what probably will be one of the shortest sessions in years. While the Minnesota Legislature will complete work on a number of key issues — particularly, passing a comprehensive bonding bill and an increase in our state’s minimum wage — not starting until late February meant, at maximum, a 2½-month session. And odds are it will be even shorter. This is great news for those of us who don’t live in the Twin Cities.
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