So sick of what these companies are doing.
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"There's too much scrutiny."
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Rai$e PROPERTY TAXES.....That's all North Dakota knows how to do ......
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Ronaldo, not sure where you're living, I live in Minot and in the ten years since we bought our house, the value has doubled but our property taxes have gone down every year. We are paying $500.00 less now than ten years ago.
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Our righty state has given oil enough rope to hang themselves. i volunteer to weave the knots. big spill in the water by williston--told u the big one is coming and your property value will crumble from area pollution. i recommend faces of our oil loving righty gov like Rushmore but tarred and feathered instead.
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Fine them enough to justify putting it into an account to pay for schools. We could build a new school every six months!
It's ok, the oil will float on top of the water and can make its way all the way to Mandan to the Tesoro refinery where the oil can then be diverted to a gathering pool and can be refined into petroleum products.
You have to look on the bright side.
Also, give the offending oil companies a tax break so they can afford to pay for the clean up. Oil companies will appreciate the act of kindness as a good will gesture and will be truly grateful.
The glass is half full, not half empty.
Don't be so vindictive and give these oil companies a serious break.
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The biggest threat to nd repubs in the next elections is all the leak, spill, pollution from their oily friends. Most folk do not like filth. That "shallow hole at the pipe leak by tioga is now 30 feet deep and estimated to take 2 years 2 clean up. More trucks on the road, more landfill space used up--they will do themselves in.
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"Fine them enough to justify putting it into an account to pay for schools. We could build a new school every six months!"
Nope. Not according to the Minot Daily News . . .
"Oil companies, or any other business that attracts large numbers of new residents, have no financial obligation to pay for new public schools."
Mule: the big spill at Laurel mt. during our minot flood, sank and only 1% was recovered. it is likely now resting just east of williston where the current slows. I drove the yellowstone from williston to laurel and only a small amount was visible east of laurel. The paddlefish spawn where the spilled oil is.
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what should we do about all the oil that showes up on the ground naturally like up in alaska more oil leaches to the top of the ground just by nature should we put up a big fuss about that. the sun will break oil down faster then we can it happen in nature all the time
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more oil leakes in the ocean from nature then was ever spilled from that off shore oil rig. should we stop nature?
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Call President Obama, he has a Phone and a Pen.
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doent let marketing go to work on your fears check the facts and make informed decisions. make the people that said they could do the job do the job stop throwing money at emotional problems. if a person stops this action the problems go away
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Just say YES to 'willing to pay more' for a BigGovernment we can believe in....to move forword....
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