Area landowners who have Stark County employees cut their weeds can look forward to a bill that’s more than double last year’s.
Stark County Commission members voted to raise the cost of cutting weeds from $200 a mile to $500 a mile during a meeting at the Stark County Courthouse Tuesday.
By Ashley Martin, Forum Communications Co.
, September 10, 2010
Petitions to move Stark County from the Mountain time zone to Central are being circulated this week.
Dickinson Commissioner Shirley Dukart said she decided to pursue the time zone change after several people asked for it.
The Stark County Commission has approved a rezoning and special use permit for a coal drying plant, repeating an action it took last year.
Auditor Alice Schulz said Tuesday’s vote was unanimous among the five commissioners, hours after the county zoning board gave its approval. The change will rezone land near South Heart, about 13 miles west of Dickinson, from agricultural to industrial.
The Stark County Commission has approved eliminating a requirement that all surrounding landowners in an area of a zoning change approve that change.
The revised ordinance requires only the notification of all landowners within 200 feet of such changes.
BISMARCK — Officials in southwestern North Dakota say they will consider changing a zoning rule that could block development of a coal mine, a coal drying plant and a synthetic gas factory.
By Dale Wetzel, The Associated Press
, August 06, 2009
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