THE NEW FORTY No warm fuzzies for you Goldmark.
Let's face it - of all the property management companies in the area the one that seems to be the most reviled is Goldmark Property Management. To be fair, I do believe they manage the largest number ... Posted on 2/2/13 at 9:35 PM
NEW PLATEAUS The Boiling Point of Aaron Swartz's Suicide
The more I read about Aaron Swartz, the more he seemed like a hero from an Ayn Rand novel. Unfortunately, accompanying his Randian hero-like intelligence, moral IQ, and frustration that the rest of th... Posted on 1/15/13 at 9:00 AM
UND NEWS UND recognizes its inventors at awards ceremony on campus
The Intellectual Property Commercialization and Economic Development (IPCED) office at the University of North Dakota recognized University faculty and student inventors, as well as other innovators a... Posted on 3/23/12 at 3:29 PM
NORTH DAKOTA OUTDOORS AND BEYOND admin notes from the outdoors world
Habitats Workshop Scheduled in Valley City
The North Dakota Game and Fish Department and the Valley City Area Teacher Center are sponsoring a wildlife conservation and resource management workshop for... Posted on 5/17/10 at 5:02 AM
Commission recomends residents apply to display items Dickinson Human Relations Commission members want residents to file applications if they are interested in displaying religious symbols on city property, they decided at a Friday meeting at City Hall.
Our challenge to you: Attend one city or county meeting in 2010.
Many of you got your Stark County property tax bill in the mail Saturday and many others will get them Monday as the auditor’s office sent them to the post office Friday.
BISMARCK — Senators sent a combined property tax and income tax package back to the drawing board Tuesday, with several saying their vote was “a message to the House” that the proposed tax cuts are issues to be voted on separately.
Property tax relief is one of the stated goals North Dakota state legislators have pointed to all session for the 2009-2011 biennium.
During a “Coffee with Your Legislators” event held Saturday at Dickinson City Hall, several residents questioned whether or not true property tax relief is possible if certain bills being discussed in Bismarck pass.
BISMARCK — A House committee worked into the evening Thursday taking testimony on five proposed constitutional amendments, including abolition of property taxes, creation of a semi-untouchable oil tax fund, and requiring the state school superintendent be a teacher.
Since 2003, landowners who own the surface rights to their property, but not the mineral rights, have had the right to claim any minerals rights deemed abandoned if nothing has been done with them for 20 years.
Though nine Stark County residents argue that their 2008 property appraisals are too high, they will not be changed.
Nine people disputed appraisals and eight came to the county commission meeting Tuesday for abatement hearings.
BOWMAN — There was not a seat to be found Thursday night in Bowman’s City Hall, with more than 100 people sitting in the designated chairs within the meeting room. More than 50 spilled out into the hallway, hoping to hear the reasoning behind the Bowman City Commission raising property taxes more than 40 percent.
BISMARCK—A plan to cut North Dakotans’ property taxes to the tune of $300 million started its trip through the Legislature Wednesday with a hearing where everyone was for it and no one spoke against it.
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