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Pressroom Podcast: Imagine Duluth in 2035

Why do we live and/or work in Duluth? What keeps us here? How can we make our city better? These are a few of the questions a new city survey asks us to think about. This week we take a look into the future and describe what we think Duluth will ...

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“Imagine Duluth 2035” survey
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Why do we live and/or work in Duluth? What keeps us here? How can we make our city better?

These are a few of the questions a new city survey asks us to think about. This week we take a look into the future and describe what we think Duluth will look like in 19 years.

Take the “Imagine Duluth 2035” survey for yourself: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/Y5223B7#

What we are into this week: Late night television, lingering nostalgia, and the Netflix-original series “Stranger Things.” Also Brady calls Christa Chrissy. Where did that come from?

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Tune in every week to hear Duluth News Tribune reporters Brady Slater, Christa Lawler and Tom Olsen talk about current Duluth and Northland happenings. You can email us at podcast@duluthnews.com . Find the Pressroom Podcast in the iTunes store, or use the RSS feed below to subscribe and have the podcast delivered to your device every Wednesday.

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