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To build or not to build; deciding what to do with Arbor Park

Arbor Park in downtown Grand Forks is the center point of a debate whether to re-develop pocket parks that were created after the 1997 flood.

Matt Eidson, News Editor

January 13, 2017

The fate of Arbor Park continues to be a topic of discussion for community members. In previous months, several members of the Grand Forks community rallied together to introduce a petition demanding city council cease development plans. The petition needed 3,465 verified signatures in order to be...

Arbor Park Decision!

Local artist Adam Kemp is one of many local artists who have artwork in Arbor Park, such as these fish crafted out of found items.

Connor Johnson, Staff Writer

October 7, 2016

The Grand Forks City Council voted to further negotiations on developing Arbor Park last Monday, October 3. The council’s vote was unanimous, and continued the struggle by some residents to save the park from redevelopment. Arbor Park, located at 15 South 4th Street in downtown, was built in an empty ...

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