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Continued: Carleton and its neighbors, doing their best to stay friends

  • Article by: GRAISON HENSLEY CHAPMAN , Special to the Star Tribune
  • Last update: March 25, 2014 - 3:00 PM

In the last several years, the “town-gown” relationship has improved, and so has the communication between both parties, said Hurlbutt and Rich Noer, a retired Carleton physics professor.

“My sense from this meeting,” said Noer, “is that the college is sensitive to our concerns” about preserving the residential character of the neighborhood.

Jaramillo said the college has a natural interest in not harming the neighborhood.

“We benefit from each other,” he said, noting that many faculty and staff — himself included — live near campus.

“I have every interest in the neighborhood doing well,” he said. “This is the town where I raise my children.”

Graison Hensley Chapman is a Northfield freelance writer.

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