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Bygones for June 2

News Tribune June 2, 1972 Petitions against additional public housing or changes in the Duluth housing code continued to come in yesterday at the City Clerk's office. Since last week, 343 people have petitioned the City Council not to approve any...

News Tribune

June 2, 1972

  • Petitions against additional public housing or changes in the Duluth housing code continued to come in yesterday at the City Clerk's office. Since last week,

    343 people have petitioned the City Council not to approve any new public housing.

  • A clearer definition of the teacher's role in discipline was requested by about 50 teachers yesterday at a meeting with the Duluth School Board. Much of the discussion centered around using physical force, for which some teachers have recently been criticized.

    News Tribune

    June 2, 1992

  • The Duluth City Council yesterday approved enacting 10-cent daily fines on children's materials and increasing adult fines from 10 cents a day to 25 cents at the Duluth Public Library. Higher library fines are expected to raise about $50,000.
  • Preliminary findings from sampling soil at the badly contaminated Arrowhead Refinery site indicate microscopic organisms living there could be put to work to reduce the cost of cleaning up the ground from $60 million to $20 million.

    Researched by the Reference & Information staff at the Duluth Public Library. Call (218) 730-4200/option 5 or click on Ask Us at www.duluth.lib.mn.us .

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