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Do you think the NAWS pipeline will ever see a drop of water from the Missouri River?

  1. Yes, treated at Minot
  2. Yes, treated at Sakakawea
  3. Won't happen
 
 
 
 
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ronaldo

Apr-13-14 6:23 AM

NONE of these Projects ever get Finished. They just help get Politicians Elected and Line their Pockets with GOLD........

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redneck

Apr-12-14 11:38 PM

if a person looks at a topograchic map rice lake flowes into a wildlife refuge south of 23 a small grade change would have to take place but it would regulate the hight of rice lake and no pipeline is needed then it would end up in a natural water flow. and you are correct it would only suply minott for about a week and is inefficient to put a pipe in for that

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73Hockey

Apr-12-14 5:34 PM

So angry PJ, earned income tax credit not big enough for you this year? Still should be more than you paid in so lighten up.

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PoeticJustice16

Apr-12-14 12:56 PM

Go drink a glass of water.

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muleskinner

Apr-12-14 11:07 AM

Since it has already happened and since there is now a real potential of an oil spill of some kind to occur on the Misery River, the chances of the water to flow through the pipeline are becoming more remote.

The City of Minot probably won't be able to use Missouri River water because of contamination from oil activity.

Grounds for a law suit.

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redneck

Apr-12-14 10:47 AM

rice lake has a natural outflow that could be manipulated to solve the problem with minnamal work, but people think that throwing a lot of money at a problem is the answer.

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FrankG

Apr-12-14 6:00 AM

The Rice Lake aquifer has too much water and it is only a short distance to the naws pipeline. Use the pipeline to move excess water to Minot or to Sakakawea?.

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