Climate Generation presents this two-day workshop about climate change. Participants will have the opportunity to: - Learn about climate change causes, impacts and solutions - Learn about the social science behind opinions on climate change and the psychology of behavior change - Participate in interactive sessions that incorporate reflective writing, visual art, and storytelling - Learn ways to take action with local opportunities and solutions
The St. Louis County Board of Commissioners generally meets at 9:30 a.m. on the first, second and fourth Tuesday of each month at various locations. Jan. 8 - Duluth Courthouse Jan. 22 - Virginia Courthouse Feb. 5 - Duluth Courthouse Feb. 12 - Proctor City Hall Feb. 26 - Floodwood Fair Center March 5 - Duluth Courthouse March 12 - Duluth Courthouse March 26 - Babbitt City Hall
Duluth's Planning Commission holds a special meeting in the City Council Chambers of Duluth City Hall. Agendas and minutes can be found at duluthmn.gov. The commission advises the City Council on all planning and development matters including rezonings, issuance of special use permits and community development policies. The commission has final authority in approval of plats, serves as the responsible governmental unit and conducts environmental reviews pursuant to Minnesota Statutes, Chapter 116D and the applicable state regulations.
The Duluth Economic Development Authority generally meets on the fourth Wednesday of each month in the City Council Chambers at Duluth City Hall. Agendas and minutes can be found at dulutheda.org. DEDA works to stimulate business investment, expand economic prosperity, grow the local tax base and strengthen public-private partnerships in the Duluth area. It is governed by seven commissioners made up of three city councilors and four citizens.
Duluth's Civil Service Board meets on the first Tuesday of each month in the Duluth City Council Chambers on the third floor of City Hall. The board oversees matters relating to civil service employment with the approval of the City Council. Minutes and agendas can be found at duluthmn.gov.
Duluth's Commission on Disabilities meets on the first Wednesday of each month in room 303 of Duluth City Hall. Anyone unable to attend can contact Duluth Human Rights Officer Carl Crawford at 218-730-5630 or ccrawford @ duluthmn.gov.
Karen Diver, inaugural faculty fellow for inclusive excellence for Native American affairs at the College of St. Scholastica, and previously, President Obama's special assistant to the President for Native American affairs and chair of the Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa, will speak in the George Morrison Room at the Duluth Depot about the new era of political leadership.
Duluth's Planning Commission meets on the second Tuesday of each month in the City Council Chambers of Duluth City Hall. Agendas and minutes can be found at duluthmn.gov. The commission advises the City Council on all planning and development matters including rezonings, issuance of special use permits and community development policies. The commission has final authority in approval of plats, serves as the responsible governmental unit and conducts environmental reviews pursuant to Minnesota Statutes, Chapter 116D and the applicable state…
Duluth's Charter Commission acts on matters relating to the framing and amending of the Duluth City Charter. It consists of 15 members serving four-year terms who are appointed by judges of District Court. Meeting agenda's can be found at duluthmn.gov. Meetings are held in the Council Chamber on the third floor of City Hall.
The Indigenous Commission, previously known as the American Indian Commission, meets on the third Monday of each month in City Hall room 303. Agendas and minutes are available at duluthmn.gov. The commission works to ensure the views of the indigenous community are incorporated in the decision-making, future planning and stewardship of the city of Duluth. It endeavors to act as a guide in the development of public policy, planning and services so the indigenous community is adequately represented, and also…
Duluth Mayor Emily Larson will deliver her fourth State of the City Address in the gymnasium at Myers-Wilkins Elementary School. Larson will report on her administration’s progress this past year and lay out her priorities for the upcoming year.
General membership meetings of the Duluth branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People are open to everyone. Membership is not required to attend, but it is encouraged and available for $30 per year. Meetings are held on the third Sunday of each month.