Duluth City Council approves St. Luke's project
Monday, February 25, 2019
St. Luke’s hospital may now move ahead with plans to relocate and expand its emergency room, as well as its catheterization lab.
By a 6-2 vote Monday night the Duluth City Council upheld a Planning Commission decision to approve the project, despite objections raised by neighbors concerned about noise from a helipad that would be relocated as part of the $36 million undertaking.
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