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Dispute headed for court

May 9, 2013

It certainly appears the discussions and negotiations between the Ward County Historical Society and the North Dakota State Fair Board concerning the future of Pioneer Village are over....

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billldoesntgetit

May-09-13 2:08 PM

Want me to rule on this one?

A 1966 contract gives the society permission to maintain and operate the village on the fairgrounds.

End of subject. The Village stays..

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KayeMc

May-10-13 9:29 AM

I agree with the previous poster. They have a right to stay period. Does the State Fair have the $$ to do this project? Is it approved? Apparently they want to also remove the FFA and the livestock buildings as well? This is just nuts. The last place we lived the historical society buildings and the fair worked hand in hand for each other's mutual benefit. Makes me wonder if there's something more going on here if the fair is so insistent the historical society in Minot has to move. They have a 1966 agreement. End of subject as the previous poster stated.

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