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Leave the village alone

February 9, 2014

Richard Reuer, Minot It breaks my heart to see how the Magic City of Minot has changed so much in the last six years since I have moved back home to live with my older brother....

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Feb-09-14 4:43 PM

I suggest a new event center in the flood zone is the epitome of stupidity in this entire matter. Those dikes are built and removed with tax money.

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Feb-09-14 2:40 PM

Legend, you don't attend anyway. Who cares? I hope that if the fair builds more exhibition buildings they build them 10 above the road for two reasons. Allow traffic along the river from the ambulance crew to the arena, for example. And, to prevent water damage from future flooding. But, for the historical site to stubbornly refuse free land and assistance is nothing short of defiance and stupidity. I will NEVER enter that village again if the judge finds in their favor.

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Feb-09-14 11:23 AM

Why should only PV move because it is in the flood zone? Why not the whole SF? A new event center is planned there in the flood zone. If they force PV out, i will not attend the SF, hostefest and most other functions there.

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Feb-09-14 9:48 AM

I agree. Leave the village by the river so further destruction can be done and more of our history is lost to flooding. Refusing to take the free land and help with moving that was offered from the city is the smart thing to do. (sarcasm) The only ones talking about destroying the village is the officers of the state historical society. Moving it out of the flood plain is the actually saving the village from further loss through flooding.

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