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With all the trucks hauling fill around the Devils Lake area, what plans does the North Dakota Department of Transportation have to make sure that haul roads are restored to their origina... Posted on 9/24/11 at 8:05 PM
I have heard that real estate transactions are public record. At least that is the term they have used in a local neighborhood newsletter when they list sales information (sales price, date and address) on properties that have recently sold in the neighborhood.
I have a question for you.
I was recently (almost) let go at my job. If I hadn’t quit, I believe that I could have been fired.
I have reason to believe that I haven’t gotten a new job because of what some people at work have said about me.
Do you know if any of the oil companies that are proposing spending $3 billion collecting flare gas (are) considering converting it to anhydrous ammonia that is (in) great demand by farmers in the state?
I wrote to the North Dakota Child Support Agency a few years ago to ask a simple question: What percentage of custodial parents in North Dakota is female? I received a reply that they could not answer the question.
With the upcoming referendum on whether to repeal property taxes in North Dakota, I have read a number of claims regarding equitability of property taxes versus other taxes. One aspect that I have not seen addressed is the portion of property taxes paid by nonresidents, especially of rural property.
I have some questions regarding the oil wells in North Dakota. What is the oil tax money collected from each well each month used for by the state? Is the natural gas wasted by flaring still running 20 percent to 30 percent, or is it being captured and piped to facilities?
I have some questions regarding the oil wells in North Dakota. What is the oil tax money collected from each well each month used for by the state? Is the natural gas wasted by flaring still running 20 to 30 percent, or is it being captured and piped to facilities?
A guy at the Y today asked me if I knew where that 3% to 2.5% unemployment figure comes from (for North Dakota). He asked what that 3% were holding out for because he saw in today’s Bismarck Tribune about six pages of help wanted ads, everything from engineers and accountants to waiters and waitresses. I note that today’s Forum’s first 10 pages of classifieds were help wanted ads. It is an interesting question. Who are the 2.5 to 3 percent unemployed, and why are they unemployed?
The Enderlin Lions have adopted a ditch for periodic cleanup. Part of the Department of Transportation procedure is a contract which includes safety tips, the first being, “Crew members should possess the following minimum qualifications: 1. Average intelligence … “
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