St. Mary's project, waterfront building, get city OK
The St. Mary's Innovis Health Center campus plan came before the Detroit Lakes City Council for a preliminary vote Tuesday night and passed as submitted after more than two hours of discussion.
After a third public meeting on the planned unit development, neighbors showed up in full force this time to dispute a portion of the proposal.
"We seek to be a good neighbor," CEO Tom Thompson said.
"We don't see it in evidence," resident Mark Olson replied.
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