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Fargo Dam and Diversion Is All About Duplicity

Fargo Dam and Diversion Is All About Duplicity

The Governors Task Force was intended to explore potential alternatives and compromise rather than Fargo’s attempt to re-litigate the project that received a Prelimary Injunction.

Angry Rodger Olson Bullies Clay Commissioner

Angry Rodger Olson Bullies Clay Commissioner

Perhaps it’s just a feeble attempt at misdirection in hopes of duping some unwitting souls into believing that he does not have that stank of Fargo/Cass imperialism on his breath…, or not?

Defending Richland and Wilkin counties February 7th, 2013

Defending Richland and Wilkin counties February 7th, 2013

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers: “Impacts outside the areas Fargo decided to compensate, designated as the “staging area,” will be evaluated on a “taking” basis. This is just code for “we’re not going to pay for any impacts until/unless you sue us and prove we caused it.”

Why was the current alignment selected?

Why was the current alignment selected?

The current alignment was selected by the non-federal project sponsor to protect Fargo’s future development interests. The design intent was to benefit as much existing development as possible, without respect to Executive Order 11988. Land developers south of Fargo, to be named later, will realize exponential financial benefit as a result of their lobbying efforts of County, City and Corps officials.

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