With the help of an infrastructure loan program through the Bank of North Dakota paid back by local property taxes, the town of Harvey is making a big investment in improving their streets and infrastructure. The $7.5 million project will go on all summer, and it’s a good reminder of how Minot’s neighboring small towns are required to pay for improvements. They don’t have the luxury of being a regional economy and relying on sales tax.

Summary by: Josh Wolsky

            

Josh Wolsky, Writer & Developer, The Minot Voice

Josh Wolsky is a Minot native and developer of the Minot Voice. He is also actively involved the Friends of the Souris River and all efforts to #MakeMinot. He also had the recent misfortune of being elected to Minot's City Council.