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FOND DU LAC BAND OF LAKE SUPERIOR CHIPPEWA

The recommendation came on the first day of a three-day public hearing.
An unclaimed island off Munger Landing will be owned by the state of Wisconsin to facilitate cleanup in the St. Louis Bay.
A lack of available child care slots has been an issue in Carlton County since before the COVID-19 pandemic began. But the pandemic thrust the issue into the spotlight and has spurred some action by local officials.
Winter survey shows a decadelong stable population after big crash in the early 2000s.

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Establishing ownership of an unclaimed island is necessary for remediation work to proceed.
From the column: "We remain dedicated to resolving these matters transparently, quickly, and thoroughly."
A bill would support reintroduction and offer $1 million of state money to get started.
The city of Superior is in the process of survey mapping for Wisconsin Point to create boundaries for the land and transfer it to the Band. It is expected to take roughly eight weeks to complete.
The meeting came after the Band issued a statement asking the superintendents to take swift action following racist remarks made by Esko and Cloquet students on Snapchat.
Commissioners came together in Duluth to help a township losing state land that's being sold to the local tribal reservation.

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Tribal officials haven’t received any formal response from the state.
Thunder cite budget limitations and lack of facilities in making the decision.
It's the second time the Center for Biological Diversity has filed such a lawsuit.

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