This preliminary planning document focuses on economic development for the town of Lutsen. There is little mention of water resources except for the following excerpts: “Highway 61 corridor: The essence of Lutsen focuses on the wild landscape and rugged shore. Retaining this identify will require techniques including screening and development setbacks so as to retain the undeveloped look along the entire stretch of Highway 61 in Lutsen. To further enhance this identity, landscape treatments such as planting lupine and maples can be undertaken. Besides augmenting the naturalness of the corridor these actions will further enhance the village atmosphere of the Town Center.”
Lutsen Town Planning Committee.
Lutsen Town Center Plan - A Guide for Public & Private Actions & Investments: May 2004 Final Draft.
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