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Proposal could expand Grand Forks

GRAND FORKS - Grand Forks could get a little bigger - if a proposal is approved by the city council. A section of land on the southwest part of town could soon be annexed from the county in to the city. It's located just south of the Flying J tra...

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GRAND FORKS - Grand Forks could get a little bigger - if a proposal is approved by the city council.  

A section of land on the southwest part of town could soon be annexed from the county in to the city.

It's located just south of the Flying J travel plaza along I-29 South.

"We left a broad enough picture I think that there's a lot of potential for development in that area,” said Brad Gengler of the Planning Department.

Developers think they could turn it into anything from a go kart track - to an industrial park.

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