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Don’t follow city’s advice

December 1, 2013

Robert L. Timm, Minot Do it, don’t do it, do it! The city of Minot needs to stick to the “Don’t Do It” policy of allowing homeowners to hooking their sump pumps into the city sanitary sewer system....

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Dec-03-13 9:17 PM

The schools are on the hotline tonight, begging everyone they call to vote yes for higher taxes.

Seems awful funny how they think everyone, whether they can afford it or not, should pay for everyones kids, not just your own, its your job to pay for all kids, the rest of your life.

These poor kids cant learn without new walls around them, give me a break, whats that say to kids.

In other words, don't strive for better things kids, the government will take care of you, or should I say property owners.

Socialism is a dependency disease!

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Dec-01-13 10:47 PM

Legend. You got a real beef about hostfest. I'm wondering how much money comes from city budget and into hostfedt. Cant find that line item in the budget. But you must know what you are talkn bout so maybe you can help us?

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Dec-01-13 11:33 AM

If we had a flood proof sanitary sewer system, and those upstream; the whole flood mess would have been just river water. If the city would drain some of our known high water table and If the sewers had been a priority instead of hostefest, etc., the sump pumps could drain in the sanitary sewer year round. Vote No.

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