The Memo: the application can connect citizens to snow removal services

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Gene Caballero, co-founder of GreenPal, said more than 1,000 Duluth owners have signed up to use the app and about 25 service providers offer their lawn care and now snow removal services.

Owners can list their properties with their date of service and snow removal needs. Landscaping and snow removal professionals can bid on properties, then owners can choose who they want to work with based on the seller’s ratings, reviews and price, and pay for them through the app.

The app allows the exchange to happen without the need for face-to-face transactions or conversations, eliminating the risk of spreading diseases like COVID-19. According to Caballero, more than 30% of the app’s more than one million users across the country are 60 years of age or older.

Users can organize one-off services or regular snow removal throughout the season. To use GreenPal, download the app or visit yourgreenpal.com/local/lawn-care-duluth-mn.

Pro Image Sports on clearance

All Pro Image Sports merchandise at Miller Hill Mall is 50% off as the owner plans to sell the business, a store representative confirmed on Monday. All products sold during clearance are final sales.

Pro Image Sports franchise owner Duluth is based in South Dakota and is considering retiring. The store’s closing date is not known at this time.

Pro Image Sports has more than 100 locations in the United States, including one in the Mall of America in Bloomington, and sells sports equipment representing a wide selection of NBA, NFL, MLB, NHL and NCAA teams.

Oliver Inn now open for guests

The Oliver Inn boutique hotel, located at 132 E. Superior St. in downtown Duluth, is now open to guests. The hotel, named after architect Duluth Oliver Traphagen, is housed in the old town hall building he designed. The renovation of the space was carried out by owner Rod Raymond and interior designer Katrina Pearson throughout 2021 and was open to guests on Christmas Eve.

There are currently five bedrooms available, with room for two to five people per bedroom. Each room is named after historical figures from Duluth, and the old town council meeting room has been transformed into a suite. The hotel will have 12 rooms upon completion.

Rooms at the Oliver Inn can be booked at theoliverinn.com or through airbnb.com.

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Laura Butterbrodt covers health and business for the Duluth News Tribune. Contact her at 218-723-5320 or [email protected]news.com.

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