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Fire destroys Minot apartments under construction

MINOT, N.D. — Residents of a 32-unit apartment building in Minot were back home Friday after being evacuated a day earlier due to a blaze that destroyed a nearby apartment building under construction and sent flaming debris across a large area. Authorities did not immediately determine the cause of the fire that destroyed a portion of the Chateau Apartment complex. ...

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Williston bank gives $250,000 to housing fund

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Affordable housing North Dakota Housing Finance Agency Acting Executive Director Jolene Kline accepts a $250,000 contribution from American State Bank & Trust Co. CEO Dave Hanson. Pictured with Kline and Hanson is ASBTs Board of Directors. Back row, from left, Rick Tofte, Rick Braaten, Ken Heen, John MacMaster, Pat Sogard, Jeremy Skoglund and Laurie Furuseth. Front row, Earl Rennerfeldt, Hanson, ...

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Butte County may be new home of man camps

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BELLE FOURCHE — In North Dakota, it’s a common sight to behold: Man camps, or large camps that provide temporary housing to thousands of oilfield workers, whether it be with recreational vehicles, lodges, or barracks-style modular homes. Soon, man camps may start to rise up in our own backyard. In August, Butte County commissioners came together to address temporary housing ...

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Lower income housing allocations tapped out in North Dakota

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Millions in funding appropriated this spring by lawmakers for lower income housing developments has all been pledged to projects in the first four months of the biennium. Jolene Kline, active executive director of the North Dakota Housing Finance Agency, informed lawmakers of this Thursday during an interim Government Finance Committee meeting. She told lawmakers that demand remains high statewide for ...

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Grand Forks City Council passes historical housing discrimination ban

By: Brandi Jewett, Forum News Service, INFORUM GRAND FORKS – In front of a standing-room only crowd, the Grand Forks City Council passed a law Monday banning housing discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity in the city. Grand Forks becomes the first city in North Dakota to do so, according to council members. The council approved the law by ...

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ND Man Camps: Green Housing?

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DICKINSON – Being “green” may be a rare topic of conversation around oil and gas industry water coolers, but workforce housing, or crew camps, can be resource-efficient by nature, according to a recent study. The camps are sustainable simply because it’s economical, and that efficiency reduces the stress larger camps have on nearby communities, according to a white paper released ...

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Williston seniors see relief in ND housing crisis

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Seniors are a vulnerable population in North Dakota’s growing economy. That’s according to North Dakota Housing Finance Agency director Jolene Kline — and that’s why the groundbreaking of ‘the Williston Senior II’ (TWO) building was an affordable housing milestone today. The $3.9 million dollar senior housing project will include 21 units in a three-story building. The Housing Finance Agency allocated more than ...

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Company shows off proposed North Dakota housing development during open house

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Williston, ND (PRWEB) September 04, 2013 M SPACE will host an Open House at their Ponderosa location in Alexander on September 14 from 2:00pm to 7:00pm. The event features tours, activities and refreshments. The Open House includes a ribbon cutting ceremony, a full menu provided by Chicago’s Finest food truck and games for the kids. It’s free and open to ...

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