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Listen: Residents riled by roundabouts, hotel

Also on today’s episode, Duluth preps for winter.

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Here is your Duluth News Tribune Minute podcast for Thursday, October 13, 2022.

Stories mentioned in this episode:
Over 100 residents attended a Minnesota Department of Transportation meeting Tuesday in Duluth, where many expressed concerns and frustration with the proposed $17 million construction project set to begin in 2025.

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Also in today’s episode, a Duluth homeless shelter is overfilled, and a man is accused of shooting threats at the Duluth International Airport.