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Owners of temporary housing get option to immediate removal

May 29, 2014

Residents with temporary housing units on their private lots could get a reprieve from a June 1 deadline to move the trailers if they act in the next few weeks....

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May-29-14 10:01 AM

Who really cares, give all of them a blanket extension. Contractors have more work than they can handle now, so why don't you posters volunteer since you are so knowledgeable about the situation. Good to see some socialist progressive "compassion" from the posters

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May-29-14 9:26 AM

Hey "civic leaders", stop thinking event center and rec center and take advantage of this perfect volunteer opportunity. Hey u minot contractors who charged the high prices for flood repairs; give em a hand if u r so disgusted by the sight of a fema mobile home. If u weren't a flood work volunteer; start now and solve this "problem".

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May-29-14 8:29 AM

What do you expect from this joke of a city council! "WELCOME TO ZOMBIE TOWN"

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May-29-14 5:38 AM

HOw many times did we hear 'NO more FEMA trailers as of June 1" from the mouths of the aldermen? You guys are a embarrassing joke.

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