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Listen: Duluth gets a new police chief

Also on today’s episode, the city set its maximum tax levy, and we explain how Minnesota’s peat bogs affect climate change.

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Here is your Duluth News Tribune Minute podcast for Tuesday, September 27, 2022.

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Mike Ceynowa's beginning annual salary as police chief will be $161,052.

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