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Rural residents who have been waiting for years to have access to Southwest Water will soon be able to connect.
The Stark County Commission discussed ARPA spending, insurance policies and speed limits during a regular meeting on Thursday.
With nearly $1.6 billion in state and federal funding for water and sewer improvements entering the coffers of cities and rural water systems, engineering and contracting firms in the state are bracing for impact.
“I think it’s getting quite drawn out because it’s three weeks now... My customers are not happy. We don’t have any return motel customers. One night without a shower is long enough," Harold Hugelen said, owner of Trapper’s Kettle in Belfield, North Dakota.
During last week's Stark County Commission meeting, the county's auditor/treasurer advised the board of commissioners that a grant writer is in immediate need for smaller communities who are struggling to find adequate funds to support infrastructure projects.
Montana-Dakota Utilities announced that they will begin the process of replacing existing natural gas main pipelines and service lines in a portion of Dickinson over the next several months.

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The Dunn County Commission approved a request to fund half of a new terminal building.
During a public hearing Thursday at the Belfield Theater, Daryl Horbuckle of Interstate Engineering Inc. delivered a presentation on the city's options for repairing its sewage lift stations.
President Joe Biden made Superior his first stop following his State of the Union address.

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