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Wilson said Dohrmann’s active-duty military experience also will help in maintaining the National Guard’s combat readiness.The discussion comes after North Dakota voters rejected a constitutional amendment last November that would have dedicated 5 percent of the state’s oil extraction tax revenue into a conservation fund for projects related to water wildlife habitat and parks Dennis Hill general manager of the North Dakota Association of Rural Electric Cooperatives said his board of directors opposed ballot Measure 5 as an “imperfect mechanism” to fund such projectsBut the board supports House Bill 1409 which would raise the Outdoor Heritage Fund’s current $30 million cap to $50 million for 2015-17 he told the House Energy and Natural Resources Committee on Friday“The resources provided … will help improve the quality of life in North Dakota” he saidWhile the cap would grow to $50 million – a proposal also recommended in Gov Jack Dalrymple’s budget – the amount of money collected by the fund is projected to shrink because of declining oil tax revenues said the bill’s prime sponsor Rep Todd Porter R-MandanThe fund created by lawmakers two years ago receives a percentage of the state’s oil and gas production tax to provide competitive grants to political subdivisions nonprofits tribal governments and state agencies for conservation and recreation projectsForecast downA revised revenue forecast adopted by lawmakers Thursday predicts the fund will have collected about $19 million by the time the current biennium ends June 30 – down from $22 million before oil prices began falling sharply – and will receive only $18 million in the 2015-17 biennium Porter saidThat’s less than the $193 million the state Industrial Commission has awarded so far from the fund at the recommendation of its 16-member advisory board The grant money has supported a total of $818 million in projects board chairman Wade Moser saidRep George Keiser R-Bismarck praised the fund but said the state isn’t in the same financial position it was when Dalrymple proposed raising the cap last fall Thursday’s forecast shows the state collecting $43 billion in oil and gas tax revenues next biennium down $4 billion from the December forecast “Do you think we should be considering making an adjustment downward given the financial position of the state” Keiser asked Kent Reierson of Williston an at-large member of the advisory board who spoke in favor of raising the cap“Absolutely not” Reierson said adding the Bakken oil play provides a “huge safety net” in the long-term“We’re in a short-term dip … But when you look at the revenues and where we’re at you have to be pretty pessimistic to believe that these prices are going to stay depressed at this (level) or that the companies aren’t going to continue development” he said“You do realize we will be making cuts in other programs I mean you do understand that” Keiser saidCarmen Miller public policy director at the Bismarck regional office of Ducks Unlimited which spearheaded the Measure 5 campaign also testified in favor of raising the cap saying the $193 million represents only 31 percent of the $62 million in total requests from the fund“We’re seeing a lot of others not go funded because of limited resources” she saidMoser said there were good reasons for rejecting the applications many of which didn’t fit the fund’s legislative intent A section of the bill would clarify purposes for which the fund can’t be used including paving projects pools maintenance costs and researchSome testifying Friday objected to playgrounds being on that list and asked that they be removed through an amendment The bill states that grant funds may be used to cover up to 25 percent of the cost of equipment not to exceed $25000 and that playground equipment grants can’t exceed 5 percent of the total grants per yearNorth Dakota League of Cities Executive Director Blake Crosby said $50000 for a playground is “no longer the exception” and many communities with small taxable valuations would overburden local taxpayers if they tried to levy for it“Smaller communities need a break” he said as dubious, office of Head, clergy liaison for Black Lives Matter Minneapolis,Mitzel attributes some of the school’s growth with the work being done at the DSU Heritage Foundation, said she did not know if Trump had called Nebraska officials. Tim Pawlenty is weighing a comeback gubernatorial bid.m. the North Dakota Highway Patrol was created by Gov. site director at the center.

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