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Tax assistance could help Duluth's largest manufacturer ramp up production.
The facility could provide temporary relief for a growing manufacturer.
That less stringent environmental assessment worksheet has been the subject of criticism.
The plaintiffs contend the city is placing an undue financial burden on commercial property owners.

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Thanks to COVID — the "gift" that keeps on giving — you may have to brave your Great Aunt Violet's hideous holiday gifts this year with nogless eggs and "nulled" cider. Then again, maybe not. Some local retailers say all consumers need is a little patience.
Equipment manufacturers are faced with a painful choice this harvest season: Send parts to factories to build new tractors and combines to sell to farmers or redirect those parts into the field to repair broken equipment for existing customers?
As COVID throttled traditional travel, the market for private airplanes surged, driven by customers who likely wanted to avoid the hassle and danger of a mid-pandemic airport.
The Duluth business will be featured on "Good Morning America's" Rise and Shine segment at 8 a.m. Wednesday, Oct. 6, on ABC.
A $12 million public funding package will help the city of Mountain Iron build Heliene, Inc. a new plant next to its existing facilty.
ST Paper will receive yet another piece of aid to assist with its mill conversion project.

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Jobs and operations to move to Missouri and China.
The Portsmouth, Virginia, facility will provide repairs to craft manufactured locally and tested on Lake Superior.
A new owner is counting on support from the state, county and city to restore at least 80 jobs.

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