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Oxbow, ND Buyouts and Tax Valuations

Oxbow, ND Buyouts and Tax Valuations

Oxbow, ND Buyouts Greatest to Least – Cited Source: Director of Equalization, Cass County, ND

Taxpayer Tolerance Wearing Thin for T-Times

Taxpayer Tolerance Wearing Thin for T-Times

As all things government tend to go, incompetence and greed have driven the cost of the Oxbow project well over budget. As you go to the polls to vote on the sales tax extension, just remember that the financial projections and assurances that this project is fiscally manageable come to you from the same folks who missed the Oxbow project’s costs by half.

LTE: Diversion IS NOT the Right Way to Secure Area Flood Protection

LTE: Diversion IS NOT the Right Way to Secure Area Flood Protection

I cannot support a project which clearly violates state law. I will continue to be a voice for the farmers and residents of rural Minnesota and will not let the state of North Dakota run roughshod over our interests. We need a process that follows the law, treats people fairly and looks at all options to provide permanent flood protection to the area while protecting the livelihood and interests of upstream property owners.

BREAKING: Judge Tunheim Decision 3-31-2016

BREAKING: Judge Tunheim Decision 3-31-2016

The Court’s order today is not the end of this case. The JPA’s Minnesota law claims are still pending against the Diversion Authority – those claims were not at issue in the motions decided in this order of the OHB ring levee remains in place. Those matters will await resolution on another day.

Defending Richland and Wilkin counties May 21st, 2015

Defending Richland and Wilkin counties May 21st, 2015

Even at a modest borrowing rate, the local sales tax won’t cover the interest on a note to cover the federal share. The recent assessment vote that passed, despite a majority of property owners voting against it, does not provide any new money for the project. It only allows them to borrow more.

Garaas Law Firm Letter of Complaint to North Dakota Attorney General Wayne K. Stenehjem

Garaas Law Firm Letter of Complaint to North Dakota Attorney General Wayne K. Stenehjem

Can the Cass County Joint Water Resource District subject any political subdivision ofthe State of North Dakota to pay an indirect benefit so as to allow the municipality to avoid borrowing limits imposed upon such municipalities by ND.C.C.

Objection to Fargo Dam and Diversion Tax Assessment

Objection to Fargo Dam and Diversion Tax Assessment

To protect the public from a special assessment process not allowed by law, please suspend the balloting so that an Attorney General’s opinion can be sought on the multiple issues raised herein, as well as those issues more fully identified after adequate opportunity to examine these proceedings can occur.

Fargo Forum Gets It Completely Wrong Again

Fargo Forum Gets It Completely Wrong Again

The Fargo Diversion Authority is nothing more than the “illusion” of credibility with a propensity to spend money on flood control for future growth rather than the residents that are paying for protection in the here and now.

Darrell Vanyo's Empty Offer

Darrell Vanyo’s Empty Offer

Project opponents care more about protecting the city of Fargo than the Fargo Diversion Authority and Fargo city leaders.

MN Representatives letter to Vanyo, Miller and Morken October 1st, 2014

MN Representatives letter to Vanyo, Miller and Morken October 1st, 2014

MN Representative tell Fargo Diversion Authority change your ways or deal with the consequences. Minnesota won’t stand for bully tactics of Fargo elite trying to force Fargo’s flood problems onto Minnesotans.

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