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Minot, N.D.-area officials will ask the state for another $119 million in the next two-year budget period for work on a flood protection project. Officials say completing the first four phases of the project will protect 60 percent of the city's population from flooding. Comment?
A 30-year-old self-insurance pool has been paying off well for North Dakota political subdivisions, despite large claim losses in 2015. "It's worked extremely well," said Steve Spilde, chief executive officer of the North Dakota Insurance Reserve Fund. Comment?
A woman convicted of setting fire to a bar and grill she co-owned in the South Dakota town of Herreid to get insurance money has been granted a new trial. A jury in February found 42-year-old Lori Brandner guilty of arson, conspiracy to commit arson and filing a fraudulent insurance claim. Comment?
Minot, N.D., has acquired more than 60 percent of the properties needed for a flood protection project that will begin construction next year. Finance Director Cindy Hemphill tells the Minot Daily News that the city has bought out 99 properties and is attempting to buy another 65. Some homeowners don't want to sell and the city might have to go through eminent domain. Comment?
A spike in burglaries in Minot, N.D. last year has continued into this year, and police say the rash of break-ins has become "almost overwhelming." Authorities are investigating 16 burglaries in seven days, including four that occurred late Sunday or early Monday. Comment?
A woman who operates an aviation business at the Minot, N.D., airport has filed a federal discrimination lawsuit against the airport director who quit last week after spearheading construction of a new terminal. Eva Lucke, formerly known as Eva Rojas, accuses airport director Andrew Solsvig and the city of Minot of demanding unfair lease terms because she's a Latina woman. Comment?
Some officials in Minot, N.D., are proposing that the city rewrites its flood-related regulations in an effort to ease any future hikes in flood insurance premiums for residents. The changes would allow the city to participate in a rating system from the National Flood Insurance Program that can bring some communities premium reductions of up to 45 percent. Comment?
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