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The Superior City Council delayed action on its 2019 budget Tuesday, Sept. 18, after amending a small portion of the $29.9 million revenue and spending plan.
Superior's Public Safety Committee is recommending the City Council adopt an ordinance that takes criminal charges off the table for people caught with 25 grams or less of marijuana.
A $2.5 million renovation of the historic Carnegie library on Hammond Avenue to create co-working spaces is in the works.
Plans to move a light manufacturing facility to the former Target store moved forward Wednesday, Sept. 19.
The routes link riders to businesses in Billings Park, downtown, North End and South Superior, and the Superior Municipal Forest.
Superior's City Council repealed an ordinance that prohibited panhandling in certain parts of the city Tuesday, Sept. 18. The city's police department had already stopped enforcing the local law adopted in 2014 that was only rarely enforced. The ordinance prohibited panhandling within 300 feet of a business or government building, 50 feet of an access to a business or parking lot and within 50 feet of an intersection of a roadway. It also prohibited panhandlers from making false claims to elicit donations.
The Superior City Council is scheduled Tuesday, Sept. 18, to consider repealing the panhandling ordinance it adopted in 2014.
A former church is undergoing a transformation into a home for a Twin Cities couple moving to the area.
Nearly a year after lightning struck Harmony House II and started a fire in the roof, residents are settling into a new home built on the foundation of the original assisted living residence.
Riding a bike in Superior is as easy as 1 (get the app and sign up), 2 (choose your bike), 3 (enjoy the ride).