News: Committee of the Whole, August 1st, 2018

The City of Minot’s City Council Committee of the Whole will meet Wednesday, 4:15 at City Hall to consider the following agenda items. 1. BUILDING RELOCATION REQUEST TO 605 11TH AVE SE- PATRICK SCHMIDT It is recommended the Committee and Council approve the relocation of the single family residence, from 1709 3rd Ave NE, Berthold, ND 58718, to 605 11th Ave SE, Minot, ND 58701, also known as, S/D...

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City of Minot Committee of the Whole, July 31, 2018

News: City of Minot Committee of the Whole, July 31, 2018

The City of Minot’s City Council Committee of the Whole will meet Tuesday at 4:15 to consider the following agenda items. 1. FINAL PAYMENT – 30TH AVE GRAVITY SEWER (3490.5) The 30th Ave Gravity Sewer project constructed a gravity sewer in 30th Ave NE to convey waste water from 13th St NE to Livingston Coulee Lift Station. The project was bid in April of 2017 and the low...

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A breath of hope for America on North Dakota’s Enchanted Highway

News: A breath of hope for America on North Dakota’s Enchanted Highway

Extending South of Interstate 94 in Western North Dakota, you’ll find an oddity that is uniquely and inspiringly American. It is the Enchanted Highway, and with all the negativity that surrounds us these days, one journalist from Chicago sees it as a sign that our path out of the morass is in front of us. Read the full story on the Chicago Tribune. Image by Will Kincaid with...  summary by: Josh Wolsky

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News: Pop-up construction to demonstrate downtown development ideas

What if there was a way to test the effectiveness of new traffic control structures and how they impact both drivers and pedestrians? What if you could do it without spending a bunch of money? With a little paint and labor, it can be done. And they’re doing it in Grand Forks. Check out this article with a video proving that testing before investing makes sense.  summary by: Josh Wolsky

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News: Grand Forks’ Alerus Center reports strong 2018

Grand Forks’ Alerus Center is a city-owned building, and in past years, there have been management and money problems. Last July, the City entered into a management agreement with Spectra, a national venue company, and in the first year, there is progress to report. Emily Allen has the story on getting a local event venue closer to self-supporting.  summary by: Josh Wolsky

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