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Topic - Jim Carlson
A new art show in Duluth explores conflicting opinions on whether a local store owner who sold synthetic drugs is a hero or villain.
Authorities seizing assets of a convicted Duluth head shop owner found more than $750,000 in cash hidden in a bathroom at his home, according to federal court papers filed Monday.
"You have a land use plan in place that if you invoke coordination, the Bureau of Land Management has to attempt consistency with it," he said.
He said having coordinating status would allow the county to ask questions and slow the process of listing the bird, which won't take effect until May 1.