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Bygones for Dec. 2, 2017

Dec. 2, 1977 A total of 138 Duluth Transit Authority drivers and mechanics went on strike yesterday morning when last-minute negotiations failed to bring an agreement. This is the third strike of drivers and mechanics since the Duluth-Superior Tr...

Dec. 2, 1977

A total of 138 Duluth Transit Authority drivers and mechanics went on strike yesterday morning when last-minute negotiations failed to bring an agreement. This is the third strike of drivers and mechanics since the Duluth-Superior Transit Company became the DTA in 1968.
The board of the Miller Trunk Business Association yesterday voted to oppose the moratorium on development in the Miller Hill area. The Duluth City Council had ordered the halt on development until a study of its effects is completed.

Dec. 2, 1997

The Duluth City Council voted unanimously last night not to allow a new landfill to open on the site of the old Del Zotto landfill in Gary-New Duluth. The Del Zotto landfill was closed in 1996 by the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency.
Two Bigfoot researchers will be in the area this week to check reports that the creature's huge footprints were found last month near Rice Lake, Wis. The researchers, from the Bigfoot Research Organization, will also give a seminar this weekend in Duluth.

Bygones is researched and written by David Ouse, retired reference librarian from the Duluth Public Library. He can be contacted at djouse49@gmail.com .

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