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Downtown businesses had dry enough weather Tuesday to sweep up the sidewalks in front of their storefronts, but the Greater Downtown Council says it will have to postpone todays phase 2 project, the L... Posted on 5/1/13 at 11:00 PM
In the first Cloquet City Council working session of the year Tuesday, City Administrator Brian Fritsinger said he’s tapped city Finance Director Nancy Klassen to tell him if he becomes too pessimistic.
The city of Cloquet is bracing for a state monetary shortfall and although the city council unanimously passed the 2009 budget at Tuesday’s regular meeting, they are well aware it is likely changes will be imminent.
Cloquet’s revamped swim pond will not feature night lighting or include an irrigation system that would have watered nearby softball fields in Pinehurst Park. Cloquet City Council members rejected those options at their regular meeting last Wednesday.
Mary Sue Northrup will be the new district representative for District 3-Brookston on the Fond du Lac Tribal Council. Northrup defeated opponent Anna Waite by a vote of 93 to 81 in a special election held on Tuesday. Total voter turnout for the election was 174.
Cloquet City Council members unanimously approved starting phase two of the Pinehurst swimming pond restoration project at Tuesday’s regular meeting. Phase one, completed on-time in the past few weeks, involved a review of the existing facility and development of a preliminary scope of work with a cost estimate.
Cloquet city administrators got a bit of a jolt Tuesday when an e-mail from Carlton County asked them to provide extremely detailed information about a potential site in downtown Cloquet for a new county health and human services building – by May 16.
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