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Steven Gerard Donahue letter: Won't be coming to North Dakota

I must second the opinion of Jim Kersting of Layton, Utah (letter, Sept. 28). I was going to make a trip back to North Dakota with a developer friend and one of his subcontractors to show them the western side of the state. I have not been a resi...

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I must second the opinion of Jim Kersting of Layton, Utah (letter, Sept. 28).

I was going to make a trip back to North Dakota with a developer friend and one of his subcontractors to show them the western side of the state. I have not been a resident of North Dakota for over 11 years and have only been back for funerals and very short visits to relatives and friends.

An upland game hunt was in the works and some touring. The builder was from California and moved to Idaho in 1993, the subcontractor was from Arizona and Nevada and moved to Idaho about the same time.

I feel in the wake of what is taking place with your stay-out attitude we will grant your wishes and hang elsewhere.

The good memories and conversation and scenes of different parts of the state they may have taken back and passed onto their friends will now not happen.

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Steven Gerard Donahue

Boise, Idaho

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