The article within the Fargo Discussion board “The Growth Invoice: After years of growth Oil Patch cities paying off progress debt” doesn’t handle the state duty in paying the invoice. The Fargo Discussion board makes the assertion that “excessive costs fueled the growth whereas funneling a refund to the
area that bore it.”
The “excessive costs that fueled the growth” haven’t offered funds to pay for the infrastructure essential to facilitate western North Dakota’s power enlargement. The state financial system profited by the growth and the area that bore it’s now caught with the invoice.
When the legislators offered funds to replace the infrastructure within the “area that bore it”, the “governor” of Fargo, Doug Burgum, allotted a piece of it to Fargo’s “flood management plan.” It’s inconceivable that the governor of North Dakota would take wanted cash from the Oil Patch cities that was meant to pay again their value for the expansion of state financial system and provides it to Fargo.
State monies ought to go to help the Oil Patch cities that offered the state’s progress.