The Stutsman County Commission heard a report on increases to property assessments for residential property in Jamestown and raised agriculture land assessments outside of the city during a meeting Tuesday.
The Stutsman County Commission on Thursday approved a five-year tax exemption for a planned bulk dry fertilizer facility planned by Gavilon Grain. The facility is to be located with Gavilon’s grain elevator commonly known as Peavey West in James-town.
The plant would bring in fertilizer by unit train and then sell the fertilizer wholesale to retailers in a multi-county area.
District 1 elections for the North Dakota Wheat Commission representatives are at 1 p.m. on Thursday, March 27 at the Elks Lodge in Dickinson.
The Press Staff
, March 08, 2008
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