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SUPERIOR CITY COUNCIL

Councilors also expand options for one-day cabaret licenses.
City officials will consider more options to limit gun sales in highway commercial zones after a lengthy debate on special-use permits.
After putting restrictions on spending for repairs and adding a requirement to market the building for sale in 18 months, a majority of Superior City Councilors approved spending $175,000 to buy the building from The Library Superior LLC.
City officials completed the final step to transfer the deed for the Wisconsin Point burial site to the Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa.

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New agreement sets closing date in September.
The contracts would provide funding for Travel Superior and the Bong Center.
Promoting Superior could include marketing opportunities outside of the city that would draw visitors to stay in the community.
A one-day cabaret license may not require council approval in certain circumstances with a proposed ordinance change.
Councilors have until Tuesday, July 12, to rank city needs and projects for the 2023 budgets.
With no new information and an expired purchase agreement, Mayor Jim Paine discouraged action.

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The $164K grant will continue the long-standing relationship between the city and the veterans historical center if approved by the city council July 5.
The new license requirement for dwellings used for lodging guests goes into effect Jan. 1, 2023.
Mayor Jim Paine requested the delay to give city officials more time to gather information.

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