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Grand Forks city council had another heated discussion over Government Relations Officer Pete Haga's $25,000 raise tonight. That discussion then turned debate over the city's current salary policy of ten years.
Tonight the Grand Forks city council had a chance to dig into the mayor's preliminary 2013 budget and before the council even got into that they were defending themselves to grand forks residents who were complaining their property taxes were too high and road projects were unnecessary.
GRAND FORKS (WDAZ-TV) - On Tuesday, the city of Grand Forks said goodbye to two City Council members who together served almost 50 years. Eliot Glassheim and Curt Kreun hung up their city leader hats as two new members took their seats.
GRAND FORKS (WDAZ-TV) - The Grand Forks City Council chose not to vote Monday night on an ordinance drafted a few weeks ago that would have prevented the adult store Fantasys from opening on North Washington Street, about one block from an elementary school.
EAST GRAND FORKS, MN (WDAZ-TV) - Swimmers in East Grand Forks will have a fully remodeled swimming pool in 2013. The East Grand Forks city council voted unanimously Tuesday night to spend $1.56 million to repair the pool.
GRAND FORKS (WDAZ-TV) - A stretch of about five blocks along south Belmont Road in Grand Forks was causing a stir between homeowners and city council members. The city is putting in a sidewalk there, and the council needed to decide how to pay for it.
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