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Minot drainage not designed for Wednesday’s deluge

June 6, 2014

Wednesday’s rain deluge in Minot left many streets with pooling water and made certain roadways impassable....

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Legend

Jun-06-14 10:42 PM

Minot drainage is designed 4 flooding and the guy running 4 mayor spent 12 years doing nothing 2 fix it. He wants 2 push MADC so minot can maintain this pace when oil slows. When is enough, enough chuck? Which "civic leader" has done something 2 stop the oily private jets from deviating from the flight path and flying over the city full throttle? Which "civic leader" has called 4 flood control b4 anything else? I have not heard either and i don't consider one of them "civic leaders" because of their failure to act on anything but let the oily ones run free and all over us.

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BillGarr2016

Jun-06-14 9:38 PM

This should have read:

"Minot drainage not designed for climate change."

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MarkHighwater

Jun-06-14 6:49 PM

lots of dough in disasters for the "crony capitlaists".

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Jenlaine

Jun-06-14 3:03 PM

I thought that the new 6th St. underpass was built to ease flooding problems. I know that it has flooded at least twice this year. What a waste of money.

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ChasinND

Jun-06-14 11:01 AM

Nothing else works in this town, so why should the storm drains!

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ronaldo

Jun-06-14 9:19 AM

FLOODING IS BIG BUSINESS AND ENSURES THE RENEWED SALES OF MERCHANDISE, REBUILDING AND OTHER UNNECESSARY EXPENSES. AND KEEPS ENGINEERS AND OTHERS COLLECTING HUGE SALARIES AND OVERTIME MONIES....

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keyzgirl62

Jun-06-14 8:32 AM

Quit talking about "events" and just fix it.

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EarlyBird

Jun-06-14 7:19 AM

Yeah and all the other weather events that involve water seem to be very confusing and impossible to understand for the engineers that take the money for designing the projects.

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