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Managing the unmanageable

September 9, 2013

More than two years after 2011’s devastating Souris River flood, Minot still has that torrential water on the brain, with debris removal and reclamation projects yet ongoing and even some residents......

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Sep-09-13 11:57 AM

I am so sick of hearing about the park district! What are we doing about everything else????

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Sep-09-13 11:55 AM

Thanks to the park district for restoring and rebuilding so quickly. Parks are an important part of our city. I am guessing engineering firms helped with repair of pool, rebuild of buildings, etc.

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Sep-09-13 9:30 AM

Why does it take engineering firms to clean up garbage and repair buildings?

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Sep-09-13 9:27 AM

Randy is the perfect person for this position. As a long standing resident of Minot, he puts more pride in the community, park district, zoo, and all related entities than most I know. The community should be appreciative that there is someone dedicated to restoring everything that puts the "Magic" in the Magic City. Great work, Randy!

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Sep-09-13 8:28 AM

If the flood recovery effort is winding down, why would the Minot park district need to create a permanent position of flood recovery director?

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