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DICKINSON CITY COMMISSION

During a bimonthly meeting Tuesday, the Dickinson City Commission discussed a public library expansion project, the creation of an official city seal and passed a proclamation in observance of National Poppy Day.
During this week's City of Dickinson meeting, three ordinances were brought before the commission for approval on a first reading. Each pertained to the extra-territorial zone expansion.
A week after Snowmageddon hit the state of North Dakota, the City of Dickinson Public Works Department reflected on how snow removal crews were able to work throughout the storm and beyond to bring the city's roadways back to normal conditions during this week's Dickinson City Commission meeting.
The foundation of the downtown fire station, originally poured in 1900, will soon undergo a four-week construction phase that entails repouring the concrete floor on one side of the station and putting in support beams in the basement.

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"Even if you think they might look like they’re 25 or 20, you still should card them up to age 40," said Karen Goyne of the Southwestern District Health Unit in Dickinson.
During the Dickinson City Commission meeting Tuesday, City Attorney Christina Wenko brought forth to the commission the option to amend the ordinance in order to include lodge and club licensee holders.
Dickinson Police Chief Dustin Dassinger will serve as interim city administrator for the City of Dickinson as they look to hire a new city administrator in the coming months. We spoke with Dassinger on how his previous experience has prepared him for this position.
Following an announcement that was made aware to the public on Tuesday evening during the Dickinson City Commission meeting, City Administrator Brian Winningham is resigning and is expected to part ways with the city on April 8.
This week, commissioners will meet for their regularly scheduled meeting to discussing various topics and two large ongoing projects.
“There are a lot of requirements... but there are a lot of things that will deem it a dangerous structure,” Building Inspector Blaine Dukart said.

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On Thursday, a panel of officials addressed community leaders, businesses and organizations gathered during the annual Dickinson State of the City.
During this week's City of Dickinson regularly scheduled meeting, the commission convened at the new City Hall for the first time, addressing the Town Square project and the current progress it's making.
During a special employee recognition segment of this week's City of Dickinson meeting, two firefighters were recognized for saving the life of Dickinson School Board President Brent Seaks.

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