The following article by Steve Brandt, dated February 22, 2016, was published in the Star Tribune.
Changes Seem Likely on Lake Calhoun’s Northern Reaches
Support for shifting activity away from the congested refectory area at Lake Calhoun to elsewhere on the lake seems to be gaining traction in the glacial Calhoun-Harriet master plan deliberations.
That’s the consensus emerging after the ninth meeting of the citizen committee advising the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board on short-term renovations and long-term plans for the two lakes.
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