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FARGO CITY COMMISSION

Columnist Jim Shaw covers marijuana legalization, term limits, Fargo news and more in this column. Read on for the latest from Jim.
Fargo City Commissioner Dave Piepkorn is a disgrace, and deserved to be stripped of his position as deputy mayor, but let's not forget that Piepkorn has been doing Mayor Tim Mahoney's dirty work.
Was this brash, braying boob really the best Fargo's voters could do?
The only question we, the public, are left with is why the commission, but for reasons of petty local politics, couldn't have been reasonable in May?

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Trooper Ves Marinov told the stranger they were neighbors then followed her on Instagram, according to the North Dakota Highway Patrol report. The Fargo City Commission candidate called his actions a mistake and said he is taking responsibility for them.
David Cook had his first day on the job at NDSU after the departure of Dean Bresciani.
"We believe the risk to park users is too high," the petition's organizer said in an interview. "It's just downright unacceptable."
City Commissioner Tony Gehrig blocked Branden Krieger on social media after weeks of critical posts, but where is the line between an elected official's personal and public presence online?
Fargo's blatantly ideological response to firearms license holders operating in residential areas is going to cost taxpayers a lot of money.
Edward Krystosek, a past candidate for the Fargo City Commission, joins this episode of Plain Talk Live to discuss the commission's move to potentially sue the State of North Dakota over a law pre-empting a local anti-gun ordinance.

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FARGO — The vice president of workforce affairs for the North Dakota State College of Science was at the center of harassment and bullying allegations from college staff, including a claim he threatened to fire one staff member if another subordinate didn’t retire.
FARGO — A downtown skyline landmark here will be knocked down and, combined with a building project planned just to its east, the two moves could significantly reshape Fargo's eastern gateway for those entering the city from Moorhead.
FARGO -- More than $28,000 has been raised in an effort to convince Fargoans to approve a measure in the upcoming general election to change the city's elections from traditional plurality voting to approval voting.

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