Costs for the project are not to exceed $35,000.Commissioner Dave Schwartz said North Dakota Game and Fish Department is contributing $13,000 with Dakota Anglers donating $2,000 and the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation providing a $10,000 grant. Schwartz said when the Stutsman County Park Board first looked at doing the project in September it was his hope the county wouldn't need to provide more than $5,000 to $7,000 for the project.
Carol Peterson, a board member for the Wimbledon Community Grocery, said a steering committee made up of 11 people from the Wimbledon community will meet with USDA Rural Development officials today to discuss how the community will go through the new Livable Communities program process.Emily Brown, a community planning and development specialist with USDA Rural Development North Dakota, said Washburn is the other community taking part in this pilot project.Brown said the staff have worked the...
At a special meeting of the Stutsman County Park Board, Hoeven talked about his bill that would allow the owners of structures on 71 lots on the banks of the Jamestown Reservoir above the flood plain to buy those lots from the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation.
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Selecting a term
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