Bandshell plans bring praise and questions
More than 40 people gathered at the Two Harbors Community Center May 2 for a public meeting planned by the Friends of the Band Shell Park. In addition to members of the FBSP committee, those in attendance included five of seven city councilors; Kane Tewes of Krech Ojard and Associates, a Duluth-based engineering and architecture firm; and Okey Ukaga, executive director of Northeast Minnesota Sustainable Development Partnership.
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