THE MINNESOTA BASHAW BLOG Let's Keep Moving Forward
Primary elections are coming up on September 10 for Duluth City Council and Duluth School Board positions and it is my hope the residents of this city will elect people to keep the city moving forward... Posted on 8/10/13 at 12:03 AM
HEALTHY TIDBITS Rebecca (Becky) Nordstrom Hall, Port City Nominee
Becky Hall was nominated by the Lake Superior Medical Society for Port CityWomen of The Year.Most everyone knows Becky because she knows everyone! Her smile is contagious to say the least about herand... Posted on 5/5/10 at 1:24 PM
STAFF BLOG TWIN PORTS BUSINESS Setting up for new restaurants, retail
We at Twin Ports Business know how our readers love everything food and retail, so in case you missed it, the Duluth City Council voted last night to reshape the area between Kohl's and Central High S... Posted on 9/15/09 at 8:08 AM
Questions have been raised regarding the voting procedure used to select a new City Council member to replace Patrick Boyle. Like many political controversies, there are clever innuendos and subtle statements that cloud and distort rather than make things clear.
The bungled appointment of Joel Sipress to the Duluth City Council only gets uglier. Last week it was clear councilors voted with bum information. Now it appears they also didn’t have all the information they should have.
The Duluth City Council will decide Thursday whether to revisit the appointment of Joel Sipress to represent the 2nd District or to let it stand despite contentions that the process used to select him last week was flawed.
The Duluth City Council last night unanimously approved $1 million in taxpayer obligation bonds toward financing the Spirit Mountain Recreation Area. The bonds are to be paid off through an additional local property tax levy between 1975 and 1995.
The three finalists for Duluth’s 2nd District City Council seat were announced Friday afternoon. Kathleen Heltzer, Angie Miller and Joel Sipress will advance to a second interview on Monday before the City Council.
Ten people have stepped up to offer their services representing the residents of the 2nd District on the Duluth City Council. Now, it’s up to sitting city councilors to narrow that field to three finalists before making their final pick Monday.
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