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News Tribune July 1, 1969 St. Louis County Welfare Department officials said yesterday that the recent Supreme Court decision banning residency requirements for collecting welfare will benefit the county, which currently pays benefits to recipien...

News Tribune

July 1, 1969

  • St. Louis County Welfare Department officials said yesterday that the recent Supreme Court decision banning residency requirements for collecting welfare will benefit the county, which currently pays benefits to recipients who have relocated until they meet the new state's residency requirements.
  • The Department of Housing and Urban Development has approved a $702,558 grant for Duluth's model cities neighborhood program. Some of the money will be used for relocation costs of about 800 families living in the model cities neighborhood. News Tribune

    July 1, 1989

  • A $740,000 SuperAmerica fuel and food franchise under construction near Pike Lake is tentatively scheduled to open July 10, a spokesman said yesterday. The business will include a meat market, bakery, pizza shop and postal substation.
  • The intersection of Superior Street and Second Avenue West in Duluth came alive with chirping bird sounds yesterday when city officials turned on the city's first audible crosswalk signal designed to help blind people cross the intersection safely. Researched by the Reference & Information staff at the Duluth Public Library. Call 730-4202 or click on Ask Us at www.duluth.lib.mn.us

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