The city of Dickinson is mulling whether to provide a public snow storage site for residents to dump their snow. Dickinson Public Works Director Gary Zuroff also says city storage sites are starting to get full and their looking to add more, one near Dickinson State university and one near the new Dickinson middle school. Zuroff told the city commission at their meeting Monday that residents have been wondering where to haul their snow, as many have been piling it up on their property.
Some people are concerned about plows pushing snow to the end of their drive way forcing them to re-shovel, but some say it's all a part of living in North Dakota. Kelly Braun has been living in North Dakota for 20 years. He says it's never fun shoveling or plowing snow. "It's part of living here and it's part of the beauty of living in North Dakota," he said.