Trinity declines city’s gathering space offer

Trinity Health has declined to sell a downtown parking lot to the City of Minot for a gathering space.

In a letter from President John Kutch, Trinity stated it is not interested in the city’s proposal at this time.

The Minot City Council will discuss its next step at a meeting tonight. The council had decided to pursue the Trinity property along Broadway after failing to negotiate all the necessary purchases on a preferred property east of the Parker Center. The city must spend $6 million designated for acquisition and development of a gathering space in the National Disaster Resilience Program by the end of September 2022.


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