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December work includes large concrete pour to form storm water pump station lower walls

Minot, N.D. – Flood protection contractors are executing one of the largest concrete pours to date today, this will form lower walls of the Broadway Pump Station on the MI-1 4th Avenue flood protection project in Minot. The work started at approximately 8:30 a.m. and will take most of the day to accomplish. Once finished, the walls will be between 1.5 and 4 feet thick, and measure 26 feet high. It is estimated that 410 cubic yards of concrete will be needed, the equivalent of more than 40 truckloads. “It’s nice to see that contractors are taking advantage of warmer than average weather to catch up on their scheduled timeline of work in this area.” said David Ashley, Souris River Joint Board

Mouse River Enhanced Flood Protection Project (MREFPP) warns residents to stay off ice

Minot, N.D. – As construction work continues through the winter on the Mouse River Enhanced Flood Protection Project, the safety and integrity of the ice along the Mouse River within the City of Minot has been compromised. Placement of rip rap along the river has weakened the ice and created unsafe conditions adjacent to the construction areas. For the public’s safety, the Souris River Joint Board is asking residents to please refrain from going on the ice in the area between the Highway 83 Bypass W and 4th Ave SW, near Moose Park. For the latest information on the Mouse River Enhanced Flood Protection Project and the first three phases go to www.mouseriverplan.com or search on Facebook for

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