THE BRIDGEHUNTER'S CHRONICLES Newsflyer 24 May 2013
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BOY SCOUT BLOG Boy Scout Leadership Luncheon March 20th
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STAFF BLOG CHEF JEFF Orange Beef
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STAFF BLOG THE N.D. CAPITOL AND BEYOND Teens needed for traffic safety contest
North Dakota teenagers can win cash prizes for creating a 30-second traffic safety video or a billboard design.
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Stakeholders at Friday’s South Central Dakota Regional Council’s planning meeting voted to keep all the services that are being provided and to add more fee-based services to the nine-county region it serves.
The Jamestown City Council put a project to build a new frozen yogurt operation on ice for another month Monday.
The council voted during its regular meeting Monday to table the Flex Pace interest buy down for the Cherry Berry operation until its Sept. 4 meeting.
The North Dakota State Council on Developmental Disabilities is seeking five new members to fill upcoming vacancies on the 20-member council, which advocates for policy changes that promote choice, independence, productivity and inclusion for people with developmental disabilities. The council also supports projects and activities that maximize opportunities for consumers and families. The application deadline is July 1.
The City Council’s Public Works Committee held off on a decision Thursday regarding Stutsman Rural Water District’s proposed expansion project for portions of its service within city limits.
Bob Keller, engineer for Rural Water, explained the proposed pipeline routes. He said in all more than 550 people have requested service in the proposed expansion. Five of those are within city limits along U.S.
Mayor Clarice Liechty conducted her last City Council meeting Tuesday and Mayor Katie Andersen conducted her first.
Liechty thanked the people of Jamestown for their support in her final comments as mayor. She also thanked people for bringing their issues to the council and said “I hope you will continue to do so.” And finally, she told council members she would probably be writing letters to the editor in The Jamestown Sun to keep them on their toes.
Voters Tuesday elected Katie Andersen mayor and Ramone Gumke to the open seat on the City Council.
Both are newcomers to the political scene in Jamestown. And both said during their campaign they were told people in the community wanted change. Part of that change was new faces with fresh ideas sitting on the council.
“On the Issues” continues in today’s Sun.
Today, candidates for the one seat available on the Jamestown City Council answer questions. Three people are seeking the seat: Ramone Gumke, Francis Silbernagel and Scott Walch. Incumbent Kelani Parisien is not running for re-election.
The City Council voted at a special meeting Monday to approve a 15-year bond issue for $2,658,827, costing the city $273,018 over 15 years.
“It’s all about security and the more secure the investment the lower the interest will be,” said Mike Manstrom, municipal financial advisory with Dougherty & Company LLC from Bismarck.
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