by The Dickinson Press
June 4, 2012 at 7:00 pm in The Dickinson Press
Dickinson City commissioners and the hospitality industry butted heads Monday at a meeting a City Hall over a 3,000-unit lodging facility on the east side of town.
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What, are hotels concerned they won’t get $150 a night with a 100% occupancy?
People who want the door slammed shut behind them are never good for a community. There is more than enough business for both man camps and hotels.
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This one of the best moves our City can make right now. If this “boom” does not last, our properties stand a chance of retaining some value, as this camp should slow down the building a bit. At least these camps can be moved on to the next boom, – which will happen again – somewhere in the US.
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