DULUTH, Minn. — You quickly get a clue about the scope of Duluth’s street repair problem by logging onto the city website.
People who click on the “Duluth Progress” tab to view a list of street-improvement projects soon run into a dead-end link. A “404” error message pops up on the face of a “Do Not Enter” wrong-way sign — at the time of this writing, Friday afternoon.
No wonder many Duluth taxpayers have communicated their own “404” error message to the city over a new street improvement fee on August utility bills.
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