Commitment recognized

The Economic Development Advisory Committee was recognized at last Monday's Committee of the Whole meeting.

  • Oct. 9, 2014 2:00 p.m.

Presentation to members of the Economic Development Advisory Committee.

The City of Grand Forks made a special presentation at this week’s Committee of the Whole meeting to members of the Economic Development Advisory Committee for their dedication and hard work of the last two years. “The city greatly acknowledges the contributions of the Economic Development Advisory Committee in helping to create a vibrant and successful community,” Mayor Brian Taylor (second from right) read from a framed letter in making the presentation. Receiving the recognition are committee members (from left) Coun. Bob Kendel, Richard Fausten, Lorraine Dick, Sandy Mark, Alan Cooper and Coun. Gary Smith. Committee members Michelle Garrison, Teresa Taylor and Hazel Thomas were unable to attend.

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