STAFF BLOG THE N.D. CAPITOL AND BEYOND Oil patch study released
The North Dakota Department of Commerce has just released the results of an oilpatch transportation study. You can find the"Additional Road Investments Needed to Support Oil and Gas Production and Dis... Posted on 12/9/10 at 4:39 PM
BISMARCK — State officials authorized nearly $54 million in grants on Thursday to help oil-impacted cities with infrastructure needs.
The state’s three largest cities in oil country – Dickinson, Williston and Minot — received $21 million after submitting $48.9 million in project requests.
Dickinson will receive the $5 million it requested to help pay for a wastewater treatment facility. The Board of University and School Lands also approved $12 million for Williston and $4 million for Minot to help with infrastructure development.
By Teri Finneman, Forum Communications Co.
, July 29, 2011
There is now a to-do list for Jamestown infrastructure projects for the next five years. The Jamestown Public Works Committee approved a resolution adopting a five-year strategic plan at its regular meeting Thursday. The plan outlines the planned projects for Public Works, Police and Fire, the Civic Center, Building Planning and Zoning and Legal and Finance committees.
The State Land Board encourages communities within North Dakota’s 17 oil and gas producing counties to begin applying for state grant funds provided to address the impact of the region’s oil and gas development.
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