Reader's View: Opportunities abound in reimagined I-35


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As a property owner and part-time resident of Duluth, I was thrilled to read that the City Council unanimously supported moving forward on plans to reimagine and rebuild the Interstate 35 corridor through downtown Duluth (Our View: “ Bold vision for Duluth gains welcome support ,” Aug. 19).

The Duluth Waterfront Collective has done a great job showing how such changes could reconnect downtown Duluth and the surrounding neighborhoods with Canal Park and the Lakewalk.

The City Council and News Tribune also deserve credit for recognizing the huge opportunities a redeveloped I-35 corridor will present for our local economy, environment, and community.

This is exciting!

David Roise


Menlo Park, California

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