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Commission rejects bypass location for fuel station

October 29, 2013

Constructing a gas station in the path of a potential, future bypass or interchange isn’t good planning, the Minot Planning Commission determined Monda....

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concerned

Oct-29-13 8:22 AM

And clogging up 16th St SW within a narrow passage is better for the City of Minot as you crammed comerical property on this road? Yes you will need the bypass if you build the new Trinity as ambulances and other things won't be able to interweave the narrow passage on 16th St SW to get to 37th Ave SW.....****mon sense.......look at other communities...Bypasses go around the whole other cities...free up the congestion on 16th St SW. How many more studies do we need?

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enough

Oct-31-13 11:19 AM

Typical Minot lets resist more change. since I have been here there was supposed to have been a Red Lobster coming, but this has not happened either since someone has their hand in the pocket of the "seafood" restaurant that is already here. Sad. This intersection is already controlled by a light, and I believe that the bypass if expanded should go more west to go completely around the city as stated by Concerned. just like the east bypass has.

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