We told you about Duluth Mayor Don Ness being banned from the Labor Temple for life after he crossed an informational picket line at the Radisson Hotel in downtown Duluth. The hotel on Superior St. is currently undergoing $4 million in renovations, and is being criticized for using non-union workers.
Duluth Mayor Don Ness won't be making any stops at the Labor Temple anytime soon after the labor body voted to ban him for life. The Duluth Labor Body made the decision after the Mayor crossed a picket line at the Radisson Hotel in Downtown Duluth.
Mayor Don Ness and Cyclists on Gitchee Gumme Shores had a grand opening for the new "Hawk Ridge" multi-use trail Monday afternoon. "It's really a representation of the good things that are happening in Duluth and how things are happening in the city that we have," Ness said.
"I'm so honored and excited to celebrate Bulldog pride along with the entire City of Duluth as the school's Grand Marshals" says Reinert. The Homecoming Parade is scheduled for Thursday, October 8 at 6 p.m. The route follows the downtown waterfront between 1st Avenue West and 4th Avenue West on Superior Street and is expected to last about an hour.