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City manager candidate promotes diversity and planning

February 20, 2014

Economic diversification and good planning are essential to Minot’s future, city manager candidate Greg Sund told a gathering of community members and city staff Wednesday....

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ProgressiveLiberal

Feb-20-14 11:12 PM

"More jobs, better education, bigger civic improvements and lower taxes!" Mayor Goldie Wilson campaining in Back to the Future.

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concerned

Feb-20-14 8:40 PM

Not cool when a manager is being asked for procedures and gives the Alderman a heads up....not cool and illegal.....

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concerned

Feb-20-14 8:39 PM

Not cool when a manager is being asked for procedures and gives the Alderman a heads up....not cool and illegal.....

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concerned

Feb-20-14 8:38 PM

I want to know what the candidates positions are on big developments near residential and their goals to ensure Alderman are following the rules along with consistent hearings and in addition when you call wanting information to recall an official they alert that official.......

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PoeticJustice16

Feb-20-14 5:23 PM

@ WorriedAmerican

You're the greatest!

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WorriedAmerican

Feb-20-14 3:56 PM

Sounds like Mr. Sund hasn't worked at a "real job" in his life!

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SayWhat

Feb-20-14 2:00 PM

Well we don't have to worry about Minot being controlled by the oil industry, because Minot is not driven by the oil boom. It is driven by the "flood" and air force base. Once again, Minot leaders pretending that Minot is the oil mecca of North Dakota. It is not. It is a town on the fringe of the boom that is benefiting from the oil. But definitely not driven by it.

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Legend

Feb-20-14 10:15 AM

Bring in the clowns. "Bigger and Better" but nothing on flood control. Vote no to let them know we listen.

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EarlyBird

Feb-20-14 8:17 AM

Just curious.. is his red necktie a sign of political affiliation? If it is you all need to work hard to get that other color necktie (blue). I'm leaning towards a red, white and blue government. By the way the white is only the aisle that separates them.

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EarlyBird

Feb-20-14 7:41 AM

Money does attract all kinds, now even out of state politicians to add to the list of newcomers. Who will be the city mangers boss? The city counsel? What is he doing running around ND if he has a job in Kansas?

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PoeticJustice16

Feb-20-14 6:24 AM

"One of the key things that you look at when you are facing a boom or when you are involved in one is not to let the oil economy totally control your economy."

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It's a little late, Captain Obvious.

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flying323

Feb-20-14 4:29 AM

Yes I like his ideas too.

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TAXMAN5

Feb-20-14 2:46 AM

I like Mr. Sund ideas. If I had a vote in this I would vote YES for Mr. Sund to be City Manager.

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