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Wage and salary steps also frozen through 2021.
Salons, operating at 25% capacity, have also reopened.
Police Chief Mike Tusken said in his 28 years on the force, he's never seen civil disobedience like what Duluth saw on Saturday in response to the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis police custody.
Amid anger and tension, a Duluth police officer read the names of people of color killed by police.
The city plans to use a property tax levy increase of less than 1% to help cover its portion.
Vote allows board to avoid roll call on contentious issue of Trump order.
The city is hosting a coloring contest, and winning designs will be printed on real masks.
Locals living close to Lake Superior are wary of dependence on Mother Nature's mercy.
Classes will start Sept. 8.
The membership-only retailer abandoned plans for a project at the same location two months ago.