Duluth Mayor Don Ness speaks on city's recoveryby Tom Crann, Minnesota Public Radio
ST. PAUL, Minn. — It was just under a month ago when what was called a "500-year storm" pounded the area around Duluth, overwhelming the city's creeks and storm sewers, causing record flooding and millions of dollars in damage.
Throughout the flooding and its aftermath, Duluth's Mayor Don Ness was thrust into the spotlight. The DFL-er ran unopposed for his second term last year. this week, Ness speaks with MPR News to deliver an update on the recovery.