NEW PLATEAUS Unknown Ordinances: Why Fines Aren't Fine for Budget Use
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BISMARCK — Two companies fined more than half a million dollars by the state of North Dakota for improperly dumping sewage in the western Oil Patch have reached an agreement with federal prosecutors to pay more fines.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration on Friday released the findings of its investigation into the 2012 workplace death of a Dickinson man at a well site near Killdeer, and Big Sky Well Service has been fined.
BISMARCK (AP) — Nineteen oil companies working in North Dakota’s oil patch face fines totaling several million dollars for failing to protect waste pits from spring flooding, state regulators and health officials said Wednesday.
FARGO — A federal judge said Friday he won’t grant class action status to a lawsuit over illegal traffic fines issued by the city of Fargo if it’s only going to turn into a “boondoggle” of expenses that leaves little money to be returned to those who paid the fines.
FARGO — The North Dakota Supreme Court has put the brakes on the city of Fargo’s practice of setting higher speeding fines than provided under state law.
Patrick Springer and Andrea Domaskin
, March 26, 2008
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