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Blue Ribbon Social Infra.  "I do not have any doubt that Grand Forks is becoming stronger, more diverse, and richer in opportunity and is simply moving forward."

"But as we move forward... we must move forward TOGETHER."


Grand Forks Mayor, Michael R. Brown
2014 State of the City Address
 

During the 2014 State of the City address, Mayor, Michael R. Brown called for the creation of the Blue Ribbon Commission on Social Infrastructure.

As the city sees growth in almost all areas, it is important to note the strength of a community is it's people and the city doesn't want to leave anyone behind as Grand Forks looks to the future.

The city also recognizes a lot of the funding for these types of social programs comes from outside the city and those resources are diminishing.

The Blue Ribbon Commission on Social Infrastructure will be tasked with developing innovative, local approaches to make sure services are providing the greatest level of opportunity possible for all of our citizens including the elderly, young families, and children.

 

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 SUPPORT MATERIALS

Presentation May 29, 2014
Work Session Notes 7-10-14
Community Healthcare Meeting Notes 8-5-14

COMMISSION MEMBERS

Bret Weber, Co-Chair
Diane Knauf, Co-Chair
Pat Berger
Eliot Glassheim
Mark Sanford
Anita Geffre
Ray Siver
Siva Dahal
Michael R. Cole
Michelle Rydz
Klaus Thiessen

 

City Council
County Commission
United Way
State Legislator
State Legislator
GF Herald
Comm./Sr. Center
Global Friends Coalition
Gospel Outreach Ministries
ND Fair Housing
Economic Development

 

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