Thanks to all the folks that have been sharing their ideas and dreams for Fargo’s future in our GO2030 planningto help keep Fargo improving. It’s interesting to see all the energy and thought put into the ideas generated so far. This editorial is a good synopsis of many of the items that are high priorities to the residents young and old that are weighing in to help make Fargo an even more vibrant, healthy, attractive, efficient and affordable city where people want to live, work, learn and play.
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As mid-sized cities go, Fargo is managed very well. It is (as they used to say about Chicago) a city that works. The city’s leadership for the past 25 years or so has been mostly enlightened and visionary in its handling of the city’s steady growth. Rapid and historic changes in both the city’s population mix and economic base have been integrated into Fargo’s overall formula for success. Hardly a month goes by when some national assessment puts Fargo as one of the best places in the nation in which to live and work. As mid-sized cities go, Fargo is managed very well. It is (as they used to say about Chicago) a city that works.