Engineers say Fargo should pass on tunnel proposal
FARGO, N.D. (AP) -- Engineers for the city of Fargo say the community should scrap plans for a $44 million tunnel on a downtown street.
The 740-foot tunnel was proposed as part of a flood protection plan in front of City Hall. The city has been forced to put up temporary levees on the street to hold back Red River floodwaters in four of the last five years.
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