Duluth Mayor Emily Larson met the press Monday morning on the Duluth Lakewalk to address not only the extensive damages caused to the shoreline in October, but also the additional damages done by April's storm.
The City of Duluth's Parks and Recreation Division is organizing a cleanup effort for some of the areas impacted by the powerful waves of the October 27 storm that battered the Lake Superior shoreline.
Last Friday's snowstorm packed strong wind and powerful waves that did damage to many places along the Lake Superior shoreline in Duluth and along a number of other places around the head of the lake. While curiosity might have you interested in surveying the damage for yourself, it isn't a wise idea.
The first snowstorm of the 2017-2018 season packed a punch; breaking a snowfall record in Duluth, causing damage to portions of Duluth's shoreline, and leading to several car accidents including a couple fatal ones.