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City officials said the project will benefit the downtown area; they also warn that the city's funding liability is greater because the city will own the $20 million dollar parking structure.
The majority of feedback Fargo City Commissioners received about a possible pedestrian bridge over Second Street North has been negative.
Commissioner Arlette Preston was appointed the new deputy mayor following the commission's vote to rescind Piepkorn's title.
Commissioners Arlette Preston and John Strand have placed an item on the agenda for the Monday, Oct. 17, meeting of the City Commission seeking to rescind Commissioner Dave Piepkorn's title as
Fargo Police Department will have more officers downtown, but it says partners like the Downtown Engagement Center are essential.
Employees and union representatives gathered at the Fargo City Commission meeting to voice support for the addition of a health care plan option that would give coverage for contraceptives.

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The situation in question occurred in June, when people of color were reporting that they were being turned away from the West Acres mall polling station.
The shortcomings in demolition funding, and what the future vision holds for the property brought Sen. John Hoeven, R-N.D., Fargo Mayor Tim Mahoney, Fargo City Commissioner John Strand and
A group called the North Dakota Young Republicans organized a Telegram group chat for more than 100 of its members, including elected officials and candidates for office, that also featured racist

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