Surge Funding: How We’re Spending It

Following the passage of the surge funding bill that includes $32 million for Minot, we reached out to City of Minot officials to see how that money is earmarked. Here’s the official news release on that topic and the continued reform of the formula for distributing oil tax revenues. — Official News Release, City of

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Dalrymple Signs Surge Funding Bill

Governor Dalrymple made it official this afternoon. The surge funding for the oil-impacted west is on the way, construction projects will be able to get underway this spring. The bill includes $32 million for Minot. The full news release from the Governor’s office is below. — Official News Release, Governor Dalrymple — Gov. Jack Dalrymple

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Surge Funding Bill Headed to Governor’s Desk

The surge funding bill is past the legislative branch and now in the hands of the State’s top executive. Governor Dalrymple is expected to sign the bill tomorrow. It includes $32 million in surge funding for Minot.

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Surge Bill Hot Topic at Legislative Forum

Minot area lawmakers have been holding biweekly meetings to keep you and I updated on what’s happening in Bismarck. Oil-impact spending was a popular topic at yesterday’s forum, and KX News has details on that and other topics covered including flood protection.

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“Surge” Funding Bill For Oil Impacts Grows To $1.1 Billion

When it comes to funding oil country, it seems like legislators have opted for the both and philosophy as opposed to an either or. More details and commentary from Rob Port at Say Anything Blog.

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