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Press Photo by Nadya Faulx Dickinson Community Development Director Ed Courton, second from left, speaks to a KLJ representative, far left, and Lee Ann and Dean Karsky Thursday at a public meeting on the West Dickinson Area Study. KLJ and city officials are working to draft a plan for the future of 6,100 acres west of Dickinson, where the Karskys have a dairy farm.

Laying out plans: KLJ, city hold public meeting on West Dickinson Area Study

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Engineering firm KLJ and the city of Dickinson held the first of two public input meetings Thursday about the future of 6,100 acres west of the city.

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The West Dickinson Area Study will outline a plan for the region, spanning the city limits to west of 116th Avenue West between 35th Street West and Patterson Lake. The study area covers 6,100 acres west of the city.

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