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Minneapolis moving to make old river lock into downtown park

Supporters of a plan to turn a decommissioned river lock in downtown Minneapolis into an unusual public space say the project is moving forward.


Leaders of Friends of the Falls, a community group, believe they are close to getting the federal and congressional support they need to transform a bolted-up, out-of-use navigation lock into a riverfront attraction.


https://www.startribune.com/mothballed-river-lock-in-minneapolis-could-have-new-life-as-park/570378632/

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