IT'S GOOD TO BE IN NORTH DAKOTA Shut up, trains
Way back when the first attempt at creating a quiet zone failed, it sounded like the trains were taunting me whenever they went by. It was like they were yelling "NA NA NANA NAAAAAA."
Now t... Posted on 5/6/09 at 7:06 AM
JAMESTOWN, N.D. (AP) — Voters in Jamestown have decided to set up a "quiet zone" free of train whistles. City officials say the vote in Tuesday's special election was 1,259 in favor of the idea and 1,057 against it. Voters had turned down the quiet zone last June, but supporters petitioned to get the idea reconsidered. The special election was rescheduled due to flooding.
JAMESTOWN, N.D. (AP) — Residents of Jamestown on Tuesday will be voting on a proposed quiet zone for train whistles. The vote was to be held on April 7, but city officials rescheduled it because of flooding worries. Those worries persist, but officials are going ahead with the vote.
May 04, 2009
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