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Rice Lake (ND) Debris Removal to Start in Fall

It’s encouraging.  That’s how the head of the Rice Lake Homeowners Association described progress on dealing with removing debris from Rice Lake.  Jarid Lundeen told commissioners that he expects work to begin yet this fall on removing cabins, homes, and

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Rules of the roost can ruffle feathers: Covenants quietly control subdivisions’ look (ND)

or years, Tom Fenner has been one of the keepers of the covenants for Martens Way, a housing development on the city’s far south side.  The former president of the Martens Way Homeowners Association has mediated disputes over the rules

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ND Supreme Court: Warrantless drug-sniffing dogs OK in condos

The North Dakota Supreme Court says it’s OK for police to bring drug-sniffing dogs into privately owned condominiums without a warrant.  The opinion posted last week rejected an appeal by Andrew Williams, a West Fargo man who was arrested for

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Bismarck (ND) Fire Department responds to fire in condo

Bismarck firefighters responded at 8:35 a.m. Monday to the smell of smoke in a condominium at 1115 Jefferson Ave. Upon arrival, the firefighters found a slight haze in several of the units.  An extensive search through the open units did

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Garage Condos Sparks Business Idea (ND)

Call it a sanctuary all your own or how about a business incubator?  An investment business in Moorhead is looking to appeal to all sorts of ideas to get you through the winter.  It’s the the ultimate dream. Call it a

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North Dakota man arrested for dealing pot says drug dog should not have been allowed in condo

The North Dakota Supreme Court has ruled it’s OK for police to bring a drug-sniffing dog into a secured apartment without a warrant, but now the court is being asked to decide whether that opinion applies to owned condominiums.  

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Fire damages north Fargo condo complex

Fire damaged several units of a condo complex at 715 32nd Ave. north in Fargo Wednesday morning. No one was hurt, but residents were evacuated as a precaution.  Read more………

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Is it wrong for HOA board member to bid on foreclosed home? (NC)

Q: Our board is foreclosing on a condominium unit within our homeowners’ association. One of the board members is considering bidding on the unit when it goes for public sale at the courthouse. Is it considered a conflict of interest

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Early morning fire damages condo’s in Fargo (ND)

Fire early caused heavy damage to portions of the Regency Condo’s, 3233 16th Avenue South in Fargo. The blaze was reported shortly after 4 Saturday morning in the two story, seven unit building.    Read more………

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Townhomes damaged by night fire (ND)

Residents of an entire condominium complex in southeast Minot were evacuated from their homes Friday night after a fire broke out there at about 11:15, causing damage to four of the homes.   Read more…….  

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Fox Island (ND) flood protection project delayed

The Fox Island Homeowners Association shelved a $3 million flood protection project until it can get partial funding from Lincoln Township. The flood plan will be split between adding a levee and raising roadways to a 20-foot flood protection level.

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