Archive - Aug 17, 2012 - News Article
Valley City City Administrator, David Schelkoph said that contrary to rumors, the cityâ€™s water supply is not in danger of contamination, nor is there the possibility of the sewer system backing up. The problem, Schelkoph said, is with the master lift station, and reducing pressure on the sewer system.
To me, that husband of mine is sexy! His voice is deep and calm unlike my high, shrieking, un-calm blabber. I fall in to the transparent emerald of his eyes feeling like Iâ€™ve just landed on a grassy meadow in Ireland. His legs are muscular and formed like a Roman warrior. They are so appealing to me that if I could â€“I would taxidermy them and use them as a lamp just like the one in â€śThe Christmas Story.â€ť Geepers. I hope he doesnâ€™t one day read this. He is a modest man with clean, soft hands. For all that he is he isnâ€™t handy. Thatâ€™s not a criticism. It just is what it is.
Valley Realty will be developing a residential addition called Hillside Addition in the northwest part of Valley City.
Vice President Jim Knutson said the addition will have about 17 lots.
â€śWeâ€™re looking to start the underground work for sewer and water within the next week or two,â€ť Knutson said, adding that he hopes to have the properties available for sale yet this fall.
Being uprooted from home can cause a string of emotions to anybody, but for some Valley City residents, they feel a sense of relief being away from the flood-prone Sheyenne River. Those residents had properties bought out by the city. Valley Cityâ€™s voluntary acquisition program allows the city to acquire properties close to the river that cannot be safely and permanently protected from floods.
â€śNaeem Ibrahim Atieaâ€ť has a problem. His father was a cabinet minister for â€śMuhammad Gadaffi,â€ť but when it was learned the elder Atiea didnâ€™t support the Libyan presidentâ€™s political ideology, he was killed, his property was burned and his investments were confiscated. Before his death, Atieaâ€™s father deposited $3.7 million in a bank in CĂ´te dâ€™Ivoire, an African country along the Ivory Coast.