Thursday night’s meeting is the first of two in October. Those involved learn about the restraints that the planning department has to deal with, as well as what they’re looking for in new and current areas in the city.
“From the moment the pipeline blew at 7:07 pm, and the moment that people started passing out, half a mile, three-quarters of a mile from where the pipeline is, it was literally a matter of a few minutes,” said Zegart.
Summit Carbon Solutions says the more than 2,000 miles of pipeline is on track to finish “on time.” During a tour of ethanol facility in Onida Tuesday, representatives from Summit urged landowners to get on board with the project.
A pair of $940 cufflinks with a Hindu deity is raising concerns. A Hindu Priest reached out to Dakota New Now with concerns that there is a misrepresentation of their religious beliefs on the cufflinks.