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Fargo Dam and Diversion Costs as of November 30, 2015

Fargo Dam and Diversion Costs as of November 30, 2015

Fargo Diversion Authority spent another $ 8,572,964.97 from October 31 to November 30, 2015. 1/7th (13.8% ) of the original projected cost and they haven’t even started on the actual main project. The Fargo Diversion Authority has pumped over $59 million into OHB ring-dike-levee, which provides ZERO FLOOD PROTECTION BENEFIT TO FARGO.

Fargo Dam and Diversion Costs as of October 31, 2015

Fargo Dam and Diversion Costs as of October 31, 2015

Fargo Diversion Authority spent another $ 7,530,334.43 from September 30 to October 31, 2015. 1/7th (13.32% ) of the original projected cost and they haven’t even started on the actual main project. The Fargo Diversion Authority has pumped over $59 million into OHB ring-dike-levee, which provides ZERO FLOOD PROTECTION BENEFIT TO FARGO.

Fargo Dam and Diversion Costs as of September 30, 2015

Fargo Dam and Diversion Costs as of September 30, 2015

Fargo Diversion Authority spent another $ 4,793,218.74 from August 31 to September 30, 2015. 1/8th (12.9% ) of the original projected cost and they haven’t even started on the actual main project. The Fargo Diversion Authority has pumped over $59 million into OHB ring-dike-levee, which provides ZERO FLOOD PROTECTION BENEFIT TO FARGO.

Fargo Dam and Diversion Costs as of August 31st, 2015

Fargo Dam and Diversion Costs as of August 31st, 2015

Fargo Diversion Authority spent another $ 24,218,927.98 from July 31st to August 31st, 2015. 1/8th (12.63% ) of the original projected cost and they haven’t even started on the actual main project. The Fargo Diversion Authority has pumped over $55 million into OHB ring-dike-levee, which provides ZERO FLOOD PROTECTION BENEFIT TO FARGO.

Case Civil No. 13-2262 (D287) | US District Court, District of  Minnesota

Case Civil No. 13-2262 (D287) | US District Court, District of Minnesota

The following clarification was received late today from US District Court, District of Minnesota. Summmary: Home and golf course construction may continue, however, the all physical construction activities related to the OHB ring levee, if ongoing, must cease immediately. [Jump to Judges Decision and Order Decision] CASE 0:13-cv-02262-JRT-LIB Document 287 Filed 07/28/15 UNITED STATES DISTRICT […]

Breaking News: Federal Court to Hear Joint Powers Case

Breaking News: Federal Court to Hear Joint Powers Case

Breaking News: Federal Judge rules on Richland Wilkin JPA claim. Decision allows Minnesota DNR to proceed as Amicus Curiae noting that the federal court will observe Minnesota law and permitting authority.

Letter: Forum Editorial Shows Clear Lack of Integrity

Letter: Forum Editorial Shows Clear Lack of Integrity

I urge The Forum to please try to save your last bits of journalistic integrity and publish the facts and not propagate propaganda. I realize that in an editorial, you can say what you want without facts backing your position.

Paul Marquart Questions Fargo Diversion Authority

Paul Marquart Questions Fargo Diversion Authority

The lowest existing ground level in the new portion of Oxbow, ND requires a 22.5 foot high levee because it is 10 feet lower than the lowest residential property along Schnell drive in Oxbow, ND. However, the FEMA regulatory flood plain indicates the lowest existing properties along Schnell drive are only 10.8 inches below the FEMA regulatory 100 year flood plain.

Defending Richland and Wilkin counties June 26th, 2014

Defending Richland and Wilkin counties June 26th, 2014

Fargo Flop Flops on their OHB ring dike position. Fargo Diversion Authority leaders willing to say anything, do anything, impose anything to get their way.

Dark Art of Conjuring, Aquaphobia and Other Useless Lies

Dark Art of Conjuring, Aquaphobia and Other Useless Lies

One cannot persist with these lies about farmland tiling increasing water and then turn around and claim that if these farmers held onto “their water” that retention wouldn’t work. If it is frozen, then the farmer is not to blame for natural run-off…, yet if the ground is not frozen the drains, ditches, coulees cannot carry the water any faster than gravity will allow.

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