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DICKINSON CITY HALL

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.
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.

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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.
A photo gallery detailing the first look at the new City Hall building on First Street West in downtown Dickinson.
The City of Dickinson met Tuesday to discuss its new website, City Hall and Giving Hearts Day.
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Following a detailed presentation by the Southwest Homeless Coalition, the City of Dickinson approved $25,000 in funding to launch a pilot project aimed at supporting a homeless shelter with the purpose of helping better serve southwest North Dakota's itinerant population. What does homelessness look like in southwestern North Dakota?
An update on the new City Hall in Dickinson from this week's City of Dickinson public meeting.

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A monthly report from the Dickinson Police Department and title change ordinances from the Dickinson Fire Department highlight the public safety section of the Nov. 16 City of Dickinson meeting.
The Dickinson City Commission heard from multiple bar and liquor store owners Tuesday, Nov. 16, at City Hall in a meeting on ordinance 1733.
During a work session Tuesday, Nov. 16, at City Hall, the Dickinson City Commission heard from City Attorney Christina Wenko and Public Works Director Gary Zuroff on the Southwest Water Authority Pipeline Project Contract.

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