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Engineers release preliminary design on flood walls

May 29, 2014

A city committee and members of the public got a glimpse Wednesday of what the first phase of a flood control project might look like in Minot....

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Legend

May-29-14 9:08 AM

We heard "dry dams,dry dams,dry dams". Not once did i hear "dydro dams". "Oh what a tangled web was weaved" and we believed it until our valley was a lake. Is this $24 million only necessary because the new water plant is in the flood zone? We have 2 waste time 2 correct mistakes b4 we can move forward. Expand Perkett and build a convention center in the flood zone? Which alderman objected? Get the picture? Clivan Bundy promoter hannity spoke in the bakken recently. Here hannity, this flooded filter sock is 4 u. B sure 2 come back when L. Sak. is polluted.

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ronaldo

May-29-14 8:20 AM

The Alameda****is an embankment****located near Alameda, and Oxbow, Saskatchewan, Canada. It was constructed in 1994 to control flows on the Moose Mountain Creek, and Souris River.

TO PAY FOR THIS D A M THE CITIZENS OF MINOT RAISED $55 MILLION FROM SALES TAX REVENUE. END RESULT WORST FLOOD IN RECORDED HISTORY.......

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