Cave offers new plan

Full story: Duluth News-Tribune

The tug of war for Two Harbors' prized Lighthouse Point has been pulled -- hard -- in a new direction by Sam Cave, who has submitted a proposal to cover his waterfront property with hotel buildings.
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tam

Birmingham, AL

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Feb 19, 2006
 
The city is cutting it's nose off to spite its face by not allowing a tasteful--and I stress tasteful-resident and environment friendly condo settlement to be built on the waterfront.

If they would smarten up, negotiate in a city friendly fashion to keep a bit of control to create a happy medium and do what is good for the city financially -- they could do a lot of good for a very financially depressed down town.
andrew ellestad

Houston, TX

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Jul 25, 2007
 
The city should have bought the land when they had the chance. I guess the city has enough money to fight it out in court. The down town area looks like it did 30 years ago with one catch, there's only half the buissnesses there used to be. Progress is suppose to move forward not backwards.

“~Sassy~ ”

Since: Dec 06

Sunny Southern California

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Aug 2, 2007
 
I'd hate to see the lighthouse taken down and condos put up. Part of Two Harbors charm is there. There are other places alone the water to build condos

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