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Repairing city streets remains a top priority for City Administration and the City Council. As we all know, the harsh winter has taken a toll on streets. Furthermore, the City is no longer receiving the casino revenue ($6M/year) which had been used directly for street repair. The task before us now is deciding how to proceed with much needed street improvement without this dedicated funding source.
The City of Duluth invited the public to attend public meetings on a Street Improvement Plan. Three meetings had been scheduled at the following times and locations:
Wednesday, November 20th, 6 pm, at East High School, Room 1060
Tuesday, November 26th, 6 pm, at Denfeld High School, Media Room
Monday, December 2nd, Noon, Duluth City Hall, Room 303
At these meetings, City officials provided a brief overview, outlined the goals and challenges, and discussed possible solutions including funding sources. Staff was on hand to help lead the discussion, answer questions, and record feedback from the public. All were welcomed and encouraged to attend.
A streets working group has been meeting regularly for several months to address and summarize the issue of street improvements and provide possible solutions. The working group consists of City staff (administration, engineering, streets maintenance, and finance) as well as three city councilors, as appointed by the Council President.
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Tell Us What You Think
Please tell us what you think! Do you have a preference between the two possible funding options presented? Do you have other ideas? We invite you to share your comments, suggestions, and concerns. We will use them in the process of the Streets Improvement Plan.
Please provide your name and phone number as well as your email address with your comment. We will not utilize any comments from sources that have not included their contact information.
Also, please be aware that comments submitted to this web page become public information and may be published with other comments regarding the Streets Improvement Plan.
Our goal is to have a plan in place this spring, with work to begin this summer.
Thank you for taking the time to share you input and helping work towards a solution.
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