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I hear an awful lot about student loan debt from my students. I can commiserate as I have a healthy chunk myself from my many years as a student seeking one degree or another. As such, I am not shocke... Posted on 3/26/13 at 7:30 AM
NEW PLATEAUS Continual (Solar-Powered) Economic Growth
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BESTFRIENDSND Relating to Your Mentee
Keep in mind that gender may greatly influence your mentee's development.
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BOY SCOUT BLOG BSA Merit Badge Sparks Interest for Future
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Roers Development Inc. announced in a press release that Menards has closed on the purchase of a 21-acre tract in the West Ridge development in Dickinson. Construction on the Menards location began Wednesday.
The Dickinson Planning and Zoning Commission would like developers to think not only of the first residents moving into the neighborhoods they are building, but those who will live there in 100-plus years.
Further discussions between the Dickinson Park Board and developer Meyer Real Estate Group will hopefully yield a consensus on the creation of a park, which stands in the way of the developer moving forward with a 221-lot housing development in east Dickinson.
North Dakotans and North Dakota transplants might be “rockin’ the Bakken” or drinking Chateau de Bakken wine, but the Bakken isn’t the only oil formation in the Williston Basin and others are starting to be developed, officials said.
Resident concerns and park board conflicts didn’t keep the Dickinson Planning and Zoning Board on Wednesday from recommending to the City Commission, by a vote of 6-2, a preliminary plan for a 221-lot subdivision in east Dickinson.
KILLDEER — An area of Killdeer Mountain proposed for oil development has rich archeological resources with potential to be added to the National Register of Historic Places, said an archeologist who visited the area.
In an effort to save Dickinson and its taxpayers money, city officials added a clause to a planned unit development agreement obliging the developer to warranty two subdivisions’ infrastructure for five years once they’re turned over to the city.
A rezone request for a 116-acre parcel between Dickinson and South Heart got a nod to go before the Stark County Commission, although Dickinson attorney Christina Wiskus said her clients are not sure exactly what will be developed on the land near Highways 10 and 116.
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