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The $29.9 million revenue and spending plan was adopted as amended last week, and a public hearing was scheduled.
The temporary fence is coming down at the Poplar Wetland Basin, and the city's Environmental Services Division is weighing its options -- chain link, wrought iron or no fence at all.
The one-year moratorium means any member of the deer family can't be imported into Douglas County and new raising operations can't be started.
Superior and Douglas County plan to discuss their respective budgets this week.
Last year, 274 people died in highway-rail grade crossings in the United States, including six in Wisconsin, according to Federal Railroad Administration. While the number of highway-rail collisions, deaths and injuries has dropped over the past five decades, according to Operation Lifesaver, Burlington Northern-Santa Fe joined forces with officers with its railroad and Superior police department and the Wisconsin State Patrol to enforce the rules of the road when it comes to rail crossings.
The Superior City Council delayed action on its 2019 budget Tuesday, Sept. 18, after amending a small portion of the $29.9 million revenue and spending plan.
Superior's Public Safety Committee is recommending the City Council adopt an ordinance that takes criminal charges off the table for people caught with 25 grams or less of marijuana.
A $2.5 million renovation of the historic Carnegie library on Hammond Avenue to create co-working spaces is in the works.
Plans to move a light manufacturing facility to the former Target store moved forward Wednesday, Sept. 19.
The routes link riders to businesses in Billings Park, downtown, North End and South Superior, and the Superior Municipal Forest.