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In support of Pioneer Village

August 18, 2013

Louise Boucher, Minot The Pioneer Village should remain where it is at. Minot has always destroyed old things, including the railroad roundhouse and the Lindha Gallery which was on North Hill....

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Aug-20-13 10:40 AM

Increased parking and a road along there is needed. A convention center should not be built there. maybe at the other end of the fairgrounds on the north east corner. Of course, It would be wonderful if they got rid of the junk yard on the south eastern edge.

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Aug-20-13 12:15 AM

With lutefisk on their breath they want to bully pioneer village out. The state fair center, new grandstand and our new water plant are all flood prone and had to be diked. No problem because they were all paid for with our tax money. Justice would be served if hostefest left town. The original building was voted down by the public--but in their historical way they got it underway and have received public handouts ever since. The more buildings in the flood zone the harder it is to*****to keep flood waters out. Most ward county people will probably regret their yes vote on the sales tax increases. All this entertainment stuff just overcrowds our already overcrowded city.

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Aug-19-13 12:58 PM

And building a Convention Center in the flood plain is smart

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Aug-18-13 7:46 AM

No one is saying "destroy" Pioneer Village. The river, however, did much of that already. Moving it to higher ground would indeed save the village and keep it alive.

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