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Groundbreaking held for Phases MI-1 4th Avenue, MI-2 Napa Valley, and MI-3 Forest Road Segments of M

Minot, N.D. – The groundbreaking was held today for the first three phases of the Mouse River Enhanced Flood Protection Project. These segments include Phases MI-1 4th Avenue, MI-2 Napa Valley, and MI-3 Forest Road in the City of Minot. Many supporters, stakeholders and partners were on hand for the festivities including Souris River Joint Board (SRJB) Chairman David Ashley, Minot Mayor Chuck Barney, Senator John Hoeven, Lt Governor Brent Sanford, Representative Roscoe Streyle, representatives for Senator Heitkamp and Congressman Cramer, and US Army Corps of Engineers Colonel Sam Calkins. SRJB Chairman Dave Ashley said “Today’s groundbreaking is a monumental step in flood protection efforts

Mouse River Enhanced Flood Protection Project (MREFPP) MI-2 Construction Will Temporarily Impact Rec

Minot, N.D. – Starting this week, there will be several impacts to recreational facilities in the Mouse River Enhanced Flood Protection Project (MREFPP) MI-2 Napa Valley phase construction area, The Dakota Bark Park will be moved to a temporary location for the duration of the MI-2 project, which is expected to be completed in 2020. The new location is directly across 7th Avenue SW from the current location. Access will be provided to the existing location’s north parking area. The pedestrian path along the existing levee from the Highway 83 Bypass to 16th Street SW will be closed immediately. The Minot Trails map can be found at minotparks.com/trails to locate alternate routes. Wee Links go

Construction Begins on Phases MI-1 4th Avenue, MI-2 Napa Valley, and MI-3 Forest Road Segments of Mo

Minot, N.D. – Construction work will begin next week on the first phases of the Mouse River Enhanced Flood Protection Project (MREFPP). Both the Phase MI-1 contractor, Park Construction, and Phases MI-2 and MI-3 contractor, Wagner Construction, say they will begin mobilizing equipment, contractors and supplies, and coordinating with local and City of Minot utilities starting next week. They are also planning to begin tree removal and clearing & grubbing within their construction zone. “We held our pre-construction meetings the first of March and I am pleased with the early coordination efforts and the eagerness of the contractors to get started,” said David Ashley, chairman of the Souris Riv

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