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On Modi’s strong message to the cow vigilantes, He offered the recollection to about two dozen people at the 701 co-working space, Third St. at a Monday afternoon city meeting meant to explain the removal of the park’s art "I think that this meeting is absolutely one of those steps in moving forward" Weber said The meeting was largely a recap for the public’s benefit of the city’s plans to clear the park for the construction of a $75 million five-story condo building It’s the result of the June 20 vote which rejected a petition drive to preserve the 15 S Fourth St park But Meredith Richards a senior city staffer overseeing site offered new details "Salvage work" clearing the park for construction could begin as soon as next week If anyone has small artwork they’ve installed at the park she said "it’s probably time to get that out" Richards during her roughly 15-minute remarks also discussed the city’s plan for parks and open spaces — a vision still being finalized for how the city will manage downtown green spots and places like Town SquareMary Weaver one of nearly two dozen people suing the city to void the election reminded Richards of pending litigation The suit claims the city exceeded its authority by holding all June 20 voting in one location and argues that two absentee ballots were improperly disqualified"Many many of us feel it would be bordering on criminal to separate these (major art) pieces which have grown together for so long were designed to be together and all contribute to a coherent story that suits and fits that particular park" Weaver saidSteven Schadler the horticulturalist for the Grand Forks Park District when the park was created also addressed the meeting He offered a long list of items in the park — stones rocks cobbles iron pieces — that he would like saved "I would literally cry if I hear they were hauled to the landfill" he saidRichards speaking after the meeting said the city is keeping that in mind"Anything that is of historic value or is a unique piece I think it should be saved if it can be reused I think that’s where we’ve got a good combination of practical and artistry with the park district staff" she said referring to Park District teams that will aid art removal "There’s cobblestones which are historic and then there are concrete pavers I don’t think anyone has sentimental attachment to concrete pavers" Weber who had insisted that Monday evening was a chance to move forward reiterated the same after the meeting and pointed out that Weaver and Schadler were the only ones at the meeting who spoke up with concerns“My sense is the vast majority of people including people who may have voted to block development it seems to me the vast majority are on board” he said That is the gist of a Tuesday memorandum from the state finance commissioner and emergency management directorThe total state and local government damage is pegged at $408 million with the federal government due to pay 75 percent That leaves $102 million for the state to pay and a new $3 million disaster fund should be enough to get by for now Commissioner Jim Schowalter and Director Kris Eide saidThe Obama administration ruled that 37 of the state’s 87 counties and three tribal governments sustained enough damage to receive federal aid The administration denied help to Morrison and Dakota counties"Resources are currently available for a portion of the state’s share" Schowalter and Eide wrote in their memo to Gov Mark DaytonTo qualify for federal help a county needed to show it incurred at least $350 per resident in damagesFederal funds are only for governments to recover costs for flood fighting; they do not help private citizens and businesses that were damaged in flooding that began June 11 and in some cases extended into JulyFederal officials decided that damage in Morrison County did not occur during the disaster period County officials say damage was $206000 and under a new law the state would pay $155600 of it if federal officials continue to refuseDakota County meanwhile sustained $17 million in public infrastructure cost which federal authorities said they would not pay The state and county are appealing that decision If the federal government does pay the state’s Dakota County cost would be $427000; if federal officials continue to reject the request the state portion would be $128 million—Counties receiving federal funds are Beltrami Blue Earth Brown Carver Chippewa Dodge Faribault Freeborn Hennepin Jackson Koochiching Lac Qui Parle Lake of the Woods Le Sueur Lyon Marshall Martin McLeod Murray Nicollet Nobles Pipestone Redwood Ramsey Renville Rice Rock Roseau Scott Sibley Steele Todd Wadena Waseca Watonwan Wright and Yellow Medicine Tribal governments getting the money are Bois Forte Band of Chippewa Prairie Island Indian Community and Red Lake Band of Chippewa
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