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Almanac North - May 13, 2011

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Video Summary

"Duluth's Population Gets Younger" & "Summer Road Construction Update"

2010 Census figures show Duluth residents are getting younger. The median age of the average Duluthian is now 33.6 years, younger than the median state age. Duluth officials are thrilled by the trend that is being spurred by job creation and a renaissance in the city’s arts and cultural scene.

And year two of the I-35 "Mega Project" means more single-lane traffic, orange cones and alternate routes. But a summer of traffic pain will lead to long term gain in safer, smoother roads in the region.

Mayor Don Ness, Duluth; Lara Wilkinson, Fuse-Duluth; John Bray, MN Department of Transportation; Roberta Dwyer, Mega Project Manager/MNDOT

Funding for this program is provided by the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund. Click here for more information or visit the Minnesota Legacy website.

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