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DULUTH CITY COUNCIL

Fellow councilors will be tasked with appointing his replacement.
From the editorial: "If there ever was a time for strong leadership and timely response, especially from those we’ve elected to serve us, it is now. ... The generic, anonymous statement from City Hall this week, in response to legitimate questions that demand answers, fell frustratingly far short."
A unanimous vote would have been required.
The measure would require a unanimous vote to pass.

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From the column: "As enamored as Duluth City Councilor Arik Forsman may be about having others live in a tiny home, ... I’d prefer to live somewhere larger than a shipping container."
From the column: "We are not at a point where the people are at the center of government. But we can get there."
Lower-cost housing will be a required component for any redevelopment of the soon-to-be-closed golf operation.
The resolution provided councilors with an opportunity to rail against runaway health costs.
From the column: "(It) will leverage millions of additional dollars to increase our housing stock through infill development and flexible multi-unit housing programs."
From the column: "Neither our climate nor our pocketbooks can tolerate methane any longer."

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A Duluth city councilor suggests the city should follow Superior's lead and install rapid-flashing lights.
Some councilors raised questions about a possible conflict of interest.
The authority would be tapped to seek development proposals for multi-family, mixed-income housing.

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