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BRANDON BOCHENSKI

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Last week, Mayor Brandon Bochenski rightly paused Fufeng-related construction items while CFIUS seeks more information about the project. Whether CFIUS will make a firm determination on Fufeng is still uncertain.
Grand Forks Mayor Brandon Bochenski said the city intends to “pause construction work on Fufeng USA specific items” until the federal review is complete.
The threat of Chinese spying is very real. It's not some red scare fever dream.
Local leaders shouldn't be on the hook for evaluating the national security implications of a Chinese-owned company building a corn milling plant.
Because of the way this project was handled, Grand Forks voters will probably not support anything that city government proposes in the near future.
The bridge would connect Grand Forks and East Grand Forks at the end of 32nd Avenue South.

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Grand Forks Mayor Brandon Bochenski joins this episode of Plain Talk to discuss the Fufeng project debate which has roiled his community so much that one person tried to make a citizen's arrest of the city council at a recent meeting.
The lights on Sorlie Bridge will remain blue and yellow for at least a week.
"This is what is talked about as a citizen's arrest by a private person," right-wing activist Michael Coachman told the council after a testy back-and-forth with Mayor Brandon Bochenski. Coachman said he could make the arrest on the authority of state law and "god the father and the holy spirit."

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