Your voice is needed as the Small Area Plan/Health Impact Assessment process comes to Lincoln Park! Click here to take the survey and weigh in. What are your priorities for this neighborhood? Should we be focusing on having more affordable housing, better access to public transportation, better air quality, or something else? What are some of the health-related issues you’re worried about–is it harder to get to the doctor or to find good food around here?
Miss the Walleye Open? You can check out the results on the Lincoln Park Business Group’s website here. Congratulations to Melissa for landing the big one!
Closures are upcoming from June 30 to around July 9 on 24th Ave. West between 1st and 3rd St. and 4th and 6th St. Be aware and plan your routes accordingly! For more information, click here to download the City’s full press release. (PDF format.)
Check out WDIO’s report from the Lincoln Park Summer Celebration yesterday! It was the sort of June day in Duluth where you can sunburn your face and break out your cozy layers. Things were hopping at the Harrison Community Center. If you attended the event, what was your favorite part?
8:30 am: tempting doughnuts await their destiny at Johnson’s Bakery. “If you’d been here at 6:30, the case was full then,” said an employee. “They go fast.”
June 11: Crews do some deconstruction work on 27th Ave. W between Superior and Michigan to prepare for the construction of a new KwikTrip store. For information on KwikTrip’s hiring fairs, see the Lincoln Park Calendar.