Editorial: Clear Communication in Minot Needs More Than Lip Service

Did you catch Jill Schramm’s article in the Minot Daily News on Minot’s Disaster Resilience Competition meeting? If not, it’s worth your time to read it and see the projects local leaders are recommending for Minot. The window to complete Minot’s Phase II application is short, so it’s great that we’re organizing quickly to give

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City of Minot: On to Phase II of Resiliency Competition

Minot is one of forty municipal and state governments that will be moving on to the second round of  the National Disaster Resilience Competition, a program sponsored by Housing and Urban development that will award up to a billion dollars of federal money. — Official News Release, City of Minot — U.S. Housing and Urban

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Minot Disaster Resiliency Competition

The City of Minot has finalized and submitted our application for the National Disaster Resiliency Competition. KX News has the story.

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Builders Pitch Affordable Housing Options for Bozeman

Minot isn’t the only community dealing with a high housing costs, and if we’re paying attention, we may find an idea from around the country that helps solve our problem. In Bozeman, they’re talking about more densely populated neighborhoods and creatively designed homes on smaller lots. Image: Affordable housing designs for possible future Bozeman building from

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News Release: City’s NDRC Application is Online

The City of Minot’s National Disaster Resilience Competition is now online and open for public comment. You can read the full news release below. If you want to view the application in PDF format, check it out here. — News Release, City of Minot — The City of Minot will hold a PUBLIC REVIEW and

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Public Notice: City of Minot’s Disaster Resilience Application Available for Review

Public Notice for Comment Draft National Disaster Resilience Competition Phase I Application NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City of Minot will hold a PUBLIC REVIEW and COMMENT PERIOD for the purpose of soliciting citizens’ review and comment on the submission of a PHASE I Application for the National Disaster Resilience Competition (NDRC) to the

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Mayor Barney and City Manager in Washington to Meet ND Congressional Leaders

Minot’s leadership is in Washington today to meet with Senator’s Hoeven, Heitkamp, and Representative Cramer. The goal of the meetings, bring our elected officials up to speed on the needs of Minot regarding flood protection and status of our application for HUD dollars.

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We Feed, We Power, We Protect

With agriculture, we feed the world. With oil, we power the world. And with the Minot Air Force Base, we protect the world. These ideas sit at the core of the Minot’s application for the National Disaster Resiliency Competition and give City officials confidence that there will be an award of federal dollars that will

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Rural Input on CDBG Fund Effort

Public participation in the National Disaster Resilience Competition will play a role in the amount of funding awarded so area leaders are reaching out in a public forum in Velva to gather ideas and feedback.

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Minot Competing for Significant Federal Funds

The City of Minot’s Finance Committee approved using 2015 Sales tax dollars towards competing in the U.S. Housing and Urban Development’s Disaster Resiliency Competition. Up for grabs are portions of a billion dollars that is being made available to disaster impacted communities.

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