Council talks gas, waives fines

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By Carolyn Ten Broeck, Editor

With a full agenda Tuesday night, the Williston City Council took on an assortment of business including one item that could lead to a change in the city's largest natural gas consumer.

Utilities Supervisor C.J. Zimoski told council members the city has been trying to convince B&G Seed Processors to hook up to the city's natural gas lines for 10 years without success. After Williston Peanuts constructed new peanut dryers on SR 121S and paid $125,000 to run gas lines to them, B&G was approached again but nothing came of it.

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