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FARGO CITY COMMISSION

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In 2016, the city of Fargo placed the property on a list of homes to be bought out to make room for a flood-protection levee. However, the home's owner, John Stern, wasn't willing to sell and the home was taken off the buyout list in 2017.
Was this brash, braying boob really the best Fargo's voters could do?
Commissioners debated the benefit of the Downtown Engagement Center while Fargo police shared crime reports of the area.
Fargo City Commission debated whether to purchase one of the homes at 714 12th St. N., but tabled a decision until the commission's next meeting on Oct. 17.
The change is in keeping with a decision made when Fargo City Hall was constructed: Every three years the city would feature new art on the prominent illuminated panels on both the exterior and interior of the commission chambers.
The city's Board of Adjustment voted 4-1 Tuesday, Sept. 27, to uphold ruling by senior city staffer that the shop was run as an adult bookstore and didn't meet downtown zoning regulations.

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“Our neighborhood is scared,” said neighbor Richard Moorhead, who spoke in favor of the building’s demolition.
Fargo's Inspections Director Shawn Ouradnik presented a report during a public hearing for 924 Fifth Ave. S.
Fargo Police Department will have more officers downtown, but it says partners like the Downtown Engagement Center are essential.

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