A new face on the Duluth City Council led to a new outcome Monday night.
The Duluth City Council took the first step toward establishing a trail for all-terrain vehicles west of Cody Street Monday night, when it voted 8-1 authorizing city staff to study its feasibility.RELATED CONTENT
By a 7-2 vote, city councilors decided to grant that authority to the Heritage Preservation Commission.RELATED CONTENT
It has been more than a decade since people were free to ride all-terrain vehicles on public trails in Duluth, but one city councilor is out to change that.RELATED CONTENT
One Duluth City Council member is working to allow ATV use on some trails within the city.
A Facebook page called “Save Rice Lake Township” launched Saturday, and as of Monday afternoon, 30 people had signed on as supporters of the cause, said Darrel Johnson, the site’s creator.
The final votes were cast online Sunday, and the Locally Laid Egg Co. of Wrenshall soon will learn if it or one of three other finalists has been selected as the winner of a 30-second television spot during the Super Bowl.RELATED CONTENT
Beginning in December, Duluth Mayor Don Ness will begin taking home a larger paycheck — 25 percent larger. Duluth’s top elected city official will see his rate of pay increase from $78,000 to $97,500 per year.RELATED CONTENT
The Duluth City Council voted 5-3 in favor of giving Mayor Don Ness a 25 percent raise beginning Dec. 1.
Jim Whorton, owner of Chub Lake Tree Farm, broke with tradition this weekend and opened before Thanksgiving.RELATED CONTENT
Brent Wouters, president and CEO of Cirrus Aircraft, offered assurances Wednesday night that his company’s debts to the Duluth Economic Development Authority will be repaid.RELATED CONTENT