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PETE HAGA

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Grand Forks’ former community liaison is set to be paid as if he still worked for the city through the end of the year.
Brandon Bochenski, who ran on a campaign of a leaner government, cut the position held by city staffer Pete Haga.
Grand Forks Mayor Mike Brown will be leading a group of city officials to Washington, D.C., next week, where they will meet with North Dakota's congressional delegation and take part in the National League of Cities Congressional City Conference.
Grand Forks has its own Chris Traeger -- Community and Government Relations Officer Pete Haga. Haga was recognized with the 2018 Chris Traeger Award by Engaging Local Government Leaders, which honors the top 100 influencers in local government. C...
Visiting Kanuma, Japan, on Monday was just like stopping by to see an old friend for Mayor Mike Brown and Community and Government Relations Officer Pete Haga, they said.
The Grand Forks Youth Commission had its first meeting of the year Wednesday, and members learned more about an initiative to create a hangout for area youth and state laws relating to driving under the influence.

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Residents now can drive utility task vehicles anywhere in Grand Forks. The Grand Forks City Council voted Monday to repeal street limitations in a UTV ordinance it passed March 2017. The side-by-side vehicles are smaller than a car and bigger tha...
With the approval of a new ordinance city officials say will bring a healthy transportation option to the community, Grand Forks residents soon could be able to borrow bikes for rides around town.
The first sign of trouble came not long after Mark Kennedy took office. The UND president marked his first day on the job July 1, 2016, assuming the top office at Twamley Hall after a monthslong search carried out by the State Board of Higher Edu...

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