Here’s the whole thing in case you missed it: http://theminotvoice.com/minot-area-news/2013/04/flood-preparation-press-conference/
We’ve taken it up a notch. Most of the spring flood coverage and lot’s more is going on at The Minot Voice.com, head over and check it out, and don’t hesitate to register, we’re not up to anything sneaky, we just want people using their real names if they choose to participate.
No flooding is anticipated in the City, but the press conference will be about the preparations that are taking place and the current state of things in the basin.
Get the details from The Minot Voice.com
Here’s recap of our local media’s daily coverage along with some in house commentary. Check it out on The Minot Voice
With the Spring of 2013 unfolding a lot like 2011 I’d expect some renewed interest in this site. I’m not presently updating it, but I will be taking a close look at many of the old links and resources soon.
That said, there’s a new project under way here: If you’re looking news, opinion, and ideas related to Minot and not just about flooding. Take a look. The Minot Voice
And if you’re wondering about flood protection, we think the City of Minot still has a little learning to do. Check out this article and let us know what you think.
Over the past several months rebuilding flooded homes has been a bigger priority than updating this site. You may still find a couple interesting articles, particularly the Grand Forks Disaster Recovery plan which hopefully is informing the recovery process (you be the judge), but most of the content is relevant to the events of last summer more so than the current state of the recovery process. Continue reading
To School Board Members & Administration:
I attended the informational meeting last Tuesday and appreciated the opportunity to learn firsthand about the challenges facing the school district. There are hard decisions ahead for everyone. These are my thoughts/concerns/questions: Continue reading
The City of Minot’s flood protection concept has been out for a few days. Good work. Clearly this is going to be a process, but the sooner we get the ball rolling the sooner we will get there. Continue reading