Dickinson looks to chart course for the futureOfficials in Dickinson want to chart a course for the city's future.
DICKINSON, N.D. (AP) — Officials in Dickinson want to chart a course for the city's future.
Construction and traffic has increased in the city in western North Dakota's oil patch, and officials are looking to update Dickinson's comprehensive and transportation plan.
Robert Shannon with the engineering firm Kadrmas, Lee & Jackson tells The Dickinson Press that work on the study called "2035 Roadmap to the Future" began about a month ago. He and City Planner Ed Courton are urging residents to provide input. An open house was being held Thursday night.