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Building the network will probably gobble up in six months the $5.5 million the city of Duluth is preparing to invest.
The neighborhood pilot project could serve as a proving ground, as officials consider a more costly citywide system.
A pair of technicians will map the technology infrastructure of the city Oct. 17-18.
This News Tribune endorsement was determined solely by the News Tribune Editorial Board.
From the column: "There are good reasons for government to consider ownership."
From the column: "Everyone favors more broadband competition. ... But the idea that local governments should enter this marketplace with a taxpayer-subsidized network does not represent real competition, not even remotely."

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Mayor Emily Larson pushed back against a City Council effort to place a 10-year sunset on the proposed property tax to fund local parks but eased up on a broadband funding request.
An initial proposal to withdraw $5 million from the Community Investment Trust fund is being reconsidered.
She will represent the 4th District.

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