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Pioneer Village dispute appears headed for court

September 24, 2013

A dispute over the future of the Pioneer Village on the North Dakota State Fairgrounds appears headed to court....

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disgusted

Sep-25-13 6:39 PM

So no skin in the game. Well, unless one thinks about the possibility of another flood and further loss of history. If preservation were at the heart of the pioneer village officers, one would think they would jump at the assistance to mover out of the river's edge.

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Nancy1

Sep-25-13 3:10 PM

I believe the Pioneer Village attorney is not charging for his services. Mr Meschke is a retired State Supreme Court Justice.

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disgusted

Sep-24-13 5:49 PM

what has that got to do with a law suit? Now back to the topic. They don't have money to move or man the village, but have no problem spending the money on a lawsuit. guess Galusha will fund it herself.

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concerned

Sep-24-13 12:56 PM

Why is John McMartin involved in this discussion? This isn't a business matter. He should be tending to Cost of Living wages and such for the community as more businesses come into the community. It's sad as wages are much higher in Williston.

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