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Two Harbors residents learn about upcoming city projects

(From left) Carol Vold and Mike Bruzik speak with city-hired engineer Joe Rhein about where the Two Harbors city line is compared to where they live along Burlington Road during the Capital Improvement Plan Open House on Tuesday, Dec. 5 at the Two Harbors Community Center. (News-Chronicle photo by Adelle Whitefoot)1 / 2
Phill Arnold (left) talks to Two Harbors City Councilor Cathy Erickson during the Capital Improvement Plan Open House on Tuesday, Dec. 5, at the Two Harbors Community Center. (News-Chronicle photo by Adelle Whitefoot)2 / 2

About 20 community members attended the Two Harbors Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) Open House on Tuesday, Dec. 5 to ask questions about upcoming projects.

City staff and councilors were on hand to answer any questions that the community members had about the CIP, ranging from how much it was going to cost them, to the issues they see with infrastructure where they live.

Those who attended had a chance to look over the current list of projects five years out as well learn more about the estimated costs and the Minnesota State Statute Chapter 429 process. The Chapter 429 lays out the process a city must follow in order to complete a road project and assess a certain amount to the property owners.

The City Council is expected to receive a feasibility report from Bolton & Menk at the beginning of 2018.

Adelle Whitefoot

Adelle Whitefoot is a Michigan native who moved to Minnesota in Sept. 2014 when she started as a reporter for the News-Chronicle. She graduated from Northern Michigan University in Marquette, Mich., in 2012 with a bachelor's in English writing and has been a professional photographer since 2011. Whitefoot is the beat writer for the Two Harbors City Council and Lake Superior School District.

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