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Pop quiz: In the city of Minneapolis how far from a driveway should your bumper be when you park on the street? Four feet, two feet, five feet, one inch, ten feet?
I asked this question to ten resi... Posted on 5/16/12 at 10:33 AM
OH LOOK, A SHINY THING! The Glories of Living in a Small Town with Nice People In It
As Daily Globe readers may have already realized, I attended the Worthington City Council meeting last night.
When I left the Daily Globe's office at about 6:45 p.m., the night air was cold and crisp ... Posted on 2/9/10 at 9:28 AM
While attending UND, I remember hearing about “Tyrone for Student Body President.” Everywhere. Fast forward a few years, I was new in my position as executive director for the Greater Grand Forks Young Professionals and had just moved back to Grand Forks, when I heard his name come up again, this time as a member of the Grand Forks City Council.
While Grand Forks city leaders say City Council member Doug Christensen’s resignation from several key leadership roles is an opportunity to move past a recent controversy, they applaud the longtime leader’s record.
A snapshot of the Grand Forks housing market revealed the city is nearing the tipping point of becoming unaffordable, according to research presented at a Wednesday meeting of the city’s housing study group.
The Grand Forks City Council gave final approval Monday to Mayor Mike Brown’s proposed city budget. The $130 million budget includes a 1-mill property tax increase to fund a new fire station to be located in the southeast portion of the city.
Grand Forks Mayor Mike Brown has come under fire for his decision to provide a city department head with a nearly $25,000 raise this year.
Pete Haga, the city community / government relations officer, received the raise in May after his position was reviewed by the city’s human resources office.
An improvement project proposed by the North Dakota Department of Transportation is in the works for 32nd Avenue South.
The project would include numerous repairs to the portion of the street stretching from Interstate 29 to Washington Street.
St. Joseph’s Social Care of Grand Forks is one step closer to receiving a city lot for its planned housing unit. The organization’s proposal requires the city to donate a lot located at 825 Fourth Ave. S., for permanent supportive housing.
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