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EMILY LARSON

While she has not yet tested positive, she said she is symptomatic and expects to isolate for up to a week.
From the editorial: "Duluthians can hold the mayor accountable to make good on her pledges or to at least ensure the city is doing all it can. Our business community in particular, not long ago at loggerheads with the city, has much at stake."
From the column: "For the past six years, my administration has been investing in what businesses say they depend on: solid infrastructure, a reliable and qualified workforce, housing, access to child care, safe neighborhoods, and a great quality of life."
From the editorial: "Encouragingly, with downtown offices reopening and with tourism season rapidly approaching, it’s work already begun."

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The funds will be used for infrastructure improvements for the Aerial Lift Bridge and to modernize the automated 911 response system.
From the column: "Our objection to the fee was never about the money. It was so much deeper than that. ... In 1997, I put a shotgun in my mouth and was ready to commit suicide because of the panic attacks, flashbacks, and nightmares I was suffering as a result of my service."
From the column: "The people calling Mayor Emily Larson a clown, or worse, (over whether to light the Aerial Lift Bridge for Ukraine) would probably do that no matter what. Anything she does on anything at any time is met with sophomoric gibberish that makes a mockery of our civic process."
From the column: "Living in Duluth is such a good deal that there is active competition for vacant land here. ... Unfortunately, due to our city government, it’s not so good for the majority of Duluthians."
From the editorial: "Lawmakers can ... work to end the every-year battles, political and otherwise, that cities like Duluth are forced to engage in just to get their fair shares of Local Government Aid."
A city-wide masking requirement will remain in place for 30 days.

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From the editorial: "If there ever was a time for strong leadership and timely response, especially from those we’ve elected to serve us, it is now. ... The generic, anonymous statement from City Hall this week, in response to legitimate questions that demand answers, fell frustratingly far short."
From the column: "City bargaining units have supported the city through lean times. Now, when the money is there for all to see, it’s apparently just not convenient for (Duluth Mayor Emily Larson) or her administration to take care of city workers."
From the column: "As enamored as Duluth City Councilor Arik Forsman may be about having others live in a tiny home, ... I’d prefer to live somewhere larger than a shipping container."

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