accountability session

Lisa Johnson

Six months ago, a group of Duluthians brought their concerns to local political candidates, asking them to take specific steps to address their issues.

Part of the Local Solutions to Poverty Candidate Forum included the commitment to a follow-up Accountability Session this spring.

In this final part of a three part report, we hear about  efforts to make transportation more accessible for people with disabilities, and the progress of Homes for All in the Minnesota Legislature.

©Lisa Johnson

The Local Solutions to Poverty Candidate forums last fall gave folks running for mayor and the city council a chance to address issues surrounding homelessness, poverty and equity in Duluth.

Last week, they followed up those candidate forums with an Accountability Session: Local Solutions to Poverty Forum, a chance to check in with the newly-elected officials and see what progress they're making on the action steps they agreed to last year.