Bismarck City Commissioners announced Friday they are reconvening the Special Assessment Task Force, and plan to begin with reviewing recently passed legislation on a street maintenance utility fee.
This fee would fund street maintenance activities currently funded with special assessments.
The task force, co-chaired by Commissioners Nancy Guy and Mark Splonskowski, is comprised of a cross-section of city residents representing different sectors of Bismarck including:
- A manufactured home park/apartment resident
- Three Bismarck residents – one each representing the north, central and
- A residential developer
- A manufactured home park owner/operator
- A mortgage lender.
Additionally, the task force includes representatives of:
- Bismarck-Mandan Chamber EDC
- Bismarck-Mandan Homebuilders Association
- Bismarck-Mandan Board of Realtors
- Bismarck-Mandan Apartment Association
- Downtown Business Association
- City staff members
The list of members above was approved at the May 11 City Commission meeting.
The city is also seeking applications from residents in south Bismarck who are interested in serving on the task force for one open position. Applications will be accepted from May 16-23.
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