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Friday, Aug. 10: Two Harbors
Friday, July 27: Two Harbors: James R. Barker (U.S.) arriving at 4:30 p.m. for iron ore pellets.
Saturday, July 14 Silver Bay • American Century (U.S.) arriving at 7 a.m. for iron ore pellets. Duluth • Paul R. Tregurtha (U.S.) arriving at 7:30 a.m. for coal. Sunday, July 15 Two Harbors • Algoma Niagara (Canada) arriving at 6:30 p.m. (cargo info not available). Duluth • American Spirit (U.S.) arriving at 4 a.m. for iron ore pellets. • Joseph L. Block (U.S.) arriving at 7 p.m. with limestone.
Two Harbors City Band — the oldest continuously operating city band in Minnesota — begins its weekly summer concerts Thursday, June 21, at 7:30 p.m. in Thomas Owens Park.
The City of Silver Bay and the Lake County Housing and Redevelopment Authority have partnered to develop a neighborhood revitalization mini-grant program to assist in making improvements to properties within the city limits. For the fourth consecutive year, the city has $20,000 available for residents and businesses to apply for a $500 maximum grant to enhance the exterior of their property. Priority will be given to first time applicants and will be reviewed on a first come, first served basis.
Some Lake County roads have flood damage due to 6 inches of rainfall Sunday, June 17.
Water restrictions for residents of Silver Bay began in May in an effort to conserve water and limit costs to defer future modifications to the city water system. Residents with an odd house number are asked to water lawns only on odd-numbered calendar days and those with even addresses to water on even-numbered days. The Silver Bay Utilities Department also asks residents irrigating lawns and gardens to water in the morning or evening whenever possible.
Motorists traveling on Highway 61 will encounter single-lane closures and a pilot car beginning Monday, June 18, in the Beaver Bay area . Crews will begin resurfacing work on an already underway improvement project. Resurfacing will take place in beginning in the Lafayette Bluff Tunnel area and moving south to the Gooseberry, Beaver Bay and Illgen City areas. Twelve-foot width restrictions and 60-foot length restrictions will be in place.
Friday, June 8: Two Harbors – James R. Barker (U.S.) arriving at 8:30 a.m. for iron ore pellets.