After five years of planning, street access and egress will soon be improved in a growing West Duluth industrial park.
Christmas has passed and gone, the decorations are stowed away for another 11 months and with it probably an old family baking recipe, which gets made but once a year.
Getting rid of “eye-sores” is an essential part of rejuvenating the regional economy, yet it becomes an insurmountable roadblock when cities and townships lack the money to pay for structural demolitions.
The striking portrait of an Anishinabe woman jingle dress dancer rising above the roof of the American Indian Community Housing building in downtown Duluth is a fitting backdrop to the shining solar array, set like stage lights to emphasize her point.
This might not be the time of the year that most think about construction projects, but one of the largest in the region will continue on through the 2018 with an eye toward final completion in early 2019.