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Historical Society should stay

December 29, 2013

Dan Caswell, Minot I would like to know, first off, how a public entity like the State Fair can consider building any sort of conference center or anything else that will or could compete with local......

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Legend

Dec-29-13 11:38 AM

Mule: u have more faith in the law than i i.e. our supreme court has trouble with the words "TR2BA shall F not be infringed". When u consider hostefest wants an event center on the fairgrounds--than it all makes sense. The lutefisk party has been clutching the SF apron strings 4 years. If hostefest would move--WCHS would not have 2. u r right to question the lunacy of building in the flood zone. After the 69 flood, building in the fz should have been limited to outdoor sports fac. and ind. sites that would suffer less than homes from flood. In 69 a house under const. on 17th st in Perkett, was deep in water. The city promoted flood zone building and did much of it themselves. My question is just how big is the planned event center that little PV is in the way? Our new granstand and the sf center were both diked 4 the 2011 flood. No wonder our utilities and taxes r so high. Say no 2 an event center--we r 2 big already.

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muleskinner

Dec-29-13 3:49 AM

Serving an eviction notice in the middle of winter is downright mean-spirited. The State Fair Board should hang their heads in shame to partake in such in imposition.

They don't care about the WCHS and Pioneer Village. The State Fair Board just wants to see the Pioneer Village gone. It's what they want.

The Pioneer Village has to go. And the State Fair Board is going to stomp its feet and throw a temper tantrum until the Pioneer Village gets the message to get lost.

Big babies are hard to find, but you can find a few on the state fair board.

What you have to say doesn't count.

What a judge rules will count.

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