City Of Duluth Looks For Input On Stewart Creek Stabilization Project; Affects Of June 2012 Flood Are Still Being Addressed
It’ll be two years this June, but local residents and governments are still dealing with the after-affects of the June 2012 Flood. An opportunity exists for you to make your voice heard in regards to the Stewart Creek Stabilization Project that has been proposed by the City of Duluth.
Through April 16, the City of Duluth is accepting public comment on an Environmental Assessment Worksheet (EAW) that was prepared for the Stewart Creek Bank Stabilization project.
This project goal is to stabilize stream banks and restore the channel of Stewart Creek damaged by the June 2012 flood. The City of Duluth and South St. Louis County Soil and Water Conservation District will restore 588 feet of stream channel to a natural pool and riffle state and remove debris upstream of a culvert.
Interested individuals may make their voice heard by visiting this website, or by visiting
the Duluth Public Library, 520 West Superior Street – or the Duluth Planning Office, 411 West First Street, Room 208.