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Leave village where it’s at

August 25, 2013

Allen Jacobson, Tolley Regarding your editorial in the Au....

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Aug-25-13 5:22 AM

Question: How come the state fair board isn't asking the Nodak Speedway to relocate? It would be a relief not to hear those roaring engines on Sunday night before I have to wake up on Monday morning. How come the Nodak Speedway has more sway and power than the Ward County Historical Society? Money talks.

If anything, the state fair board should be asking the Ward County Historical Society to stay and give them the help they really need.

A new state fair center located out of the flood plain is the the ideal plan, but you can't fight city hall and the powers that be at the state fair are going to call all of the shots, so it is a cinch that the Ward County Historical Society is going to move, er, be forced to move, and a new state fair center will be built in the flood plain. Stupid is as stupid does.

The Ward County Historical Society's Pioneer Village move to a new location is a blessing in disguise.

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Sep-02-13 4:16 PM

Building an event center in the flood plain makes no sense. It just adds misery to an already problematic area. There are also few hotels and eating places out by the fair grounds. Why build there?

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