My husband use to sell houses in the summer, so he has always been a "watcher" of the local housing market. It is interesting to see how many houses were built in the city or what the average market value of a home. The City of Duluth has compiled an even more extensive list of interesting data. Keep this in mind if you're in the market for a home now.
You probably don't think much about the infrastructure of what carries the storm waters under the streets in the City of Duluth, unless of course there is a torrential rainfall and they flood, like that in the picture to the left from last Spring. But you should, for your health and safety. Plan on attending a meeting to weigh in on the subject.
It isn't going to happen until next month, but I wanted to give y'all time to find an alternative parking location. The parking ramp next to the Depot on West Michigan Street is closing for repair. I worked downtown Duluth for a few months and was lucky that the company I worked for, paid for my parking in a ramp. If they hadn't done that, I'm not sure where I would have been parking, or how much it would have cost.
We aren't always aware of the programs available to us through the City and the Government. But if you need help, you should really look into it, you'd be surprised what you find. In fact, since 1875, there has been the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) in place that has provided local governments with resources to help people with low and moderate income.
If you use or live 46th Avenue West in West Duluth (near Menards), here's your warning. It will be closed for one week, starting next Monday. Help your fellow West Duluthian out, what do you consider the best alternative route?
If you've never stopped to appreciate the beauty of our gorgeous bridge landmarks, you should. Not just the Aerial Lift Bridge, but the Richard I. Bong too. Not only during the day, but all lit up at night, it's beautiful and I'm sure a delight for our tourists. However, to go globally green, we need to turn the lights off and that's exactly what will happen during Earth Hour. Here's a definition of Earth Hour.
It won't be forever, just for now. Dog owners that utilize the City Dog Park should be aware that it is closed. You don't want your beast to get all muddy and climb back in your car, do you? Here's the details:
Wow! Did we wait a long time for this sport to open. It's right up there with snowmobiling, sledding and snowshoeing. Cross country ski trails in the City of Duluth are open for your enjoyment, just in time for the week-end!
Family fun awaits you at the skating rink! Key word here, is FAMILY. If it's been since Christmas that your family has stepped out as a family, this Sunday is a must! Make memories while getting exercise with the City of Duluth.
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