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DICKINSON CITY COMMISSION

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During a City Commission meeting on Tuesday, Mayor Scott Decker argued in favor of increasing the sales tax as part of a plan to provide property tax relief while boosting funding to various municipal projects.
The City of Dickinson and Dustin Dassinger have reached an agreement in contractual negotiations related to the position of City Administrator. In a meeting on Friday, all parties approved the final contract.
Dustin Dassinger previously a rejected contract offers of $140,000, and in an email to Mayor Scott Decker and Commissioner John Odermann provided his expectations for compensation.
Dr. Robert Baer won an uncontested race during the June 14 primary election for the open seat on the board of commissioners with 1,160 votes. Commissioner Jason Fridrich was reappointed for another four-year term, receiving 1,133 votes.
With heavy amounts of moisture around western North Dakota, staying on top of mowing has become a chore, especially for city Buildings and Grounds workers in Dickinson. Residents have not gone unscathed either, as more than 300 have been brought to the city’s attention for failing to cut grass in Dickinson.
During the Dickinson City Commission’s regularly scheduled meeting, City Attorney Christina Wenko provided a presentation on a proposed 1% sales tax increase and what that could mean for Dickinson residents. The commission will continue to review this proposal with the upcoming budget session.

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City Commissioner Nikki Wolla is stepping down after serving on the City of Dickinson’s commission since 2018. Dr. Robert “Bob” Baer will fill the vacancy left by Wolla after winning an uncontested race for the seat in Tuesday's primary elections with 1,160 votes.
The City of Dickinson held their regularly scheduled commission meeting discussing various topics, including a new position at the city.
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.

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