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Is the city any closer to resolving its “zombie home” issues that it was one year ago?

  1. Yes, a bit
  2. Not that I can see
  3. No
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Aug-02-14 6:26 PM


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Aug-01-14 11:09 PM

Is the city any closer to honest flood protection? Would real flood protection permanently prevent new zombie homes? Of course. We should have a model zombie home to serve as a reminder to "civic leaders" of the need for honest flood protection. Would it b best 4 the city to put any event center or other pet projects on the back burner until we have honest flood control? Yes. Any real statesman or civic leader would do exactly that.

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Aug-01-14 2:42 PM


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Aug-01-14 1:40 PM

Now the good folks of Leith have decided to build "a monument to the white race."

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Aug-01-14 10:56 AM

It's difficult for you PJ with your racist intent but let's try to stay on the topic.

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Aug-01-14 8:01 AM

The oil and gas industry generated $11.7 billion in direct business activity and $18.7 billion in secondary business activity, for a total of $30.4 billion in economic impact for the state of North Dakota in 2011 alone. • For every $1.00 spent in the state by the oil and gas industry, another $1.59 in additional business activity was generated. • Each barrel of oil generates about $150 in economic activity, or about $4.8 million per well annually. • Oil production increased 329 percent between 2005 and 2011, resulting in an increase of 592 percent in economic impact, excluding infrastructure. • The oil and gas industry generated AND NOW 3 1/2 YEARS LATER THE STATE CONTINUES TO TAKE OUR TAX DOLLAR$ BUT REFUSES TO HELP GIVE MINOT ANY HELP FOR FLOOD PROTECTION.....

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Aug-01-14 1:01 AM

Sarah Palin's new web show is off to a colorful start. One of her first guests referred to President Obama as H*****N*****.

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