Fargo City Commission To Re-Define Integration Goals Within Zones Of Proximity

June 6th, 2016 | by Johnnny
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Fargo’s High Court seen here in their formal choral robes for an important singing engagement prior to voting on Fargo’s Zones of Proximity.

Fargo, ND – With the hot issue of Fargo’s Zones of Proximity heating up, the City Commission’s High Court is trying to establish its integration goals to stay ahead of this contentious issue.

Lord Ducchess DuCant of Willow Grove is spear-heading the effort by proposing a two-part package of incentives designed to have Fargo’s Zones of Proximity self-regulate themselves much like a flock of camels.

High Judge Duke Westmire of Pingsly Park prefers a more strong-arm approach while believing integration goals should mirror state standards thus promoting collective improvements for current Zones of Proximity.

Meanwhile, you can expect to see more sign-waving protesting mobs on both sides of this divisive issue as Dr. Fred Jones, a national leader and the originator of Proxemics, is being brought in by Lutheran Social Services to stir things up a bit.

How do you feel about Fargo having Zones of Proximity?

Do you think it would help to have well-defined integration goals?

Or, should the City Commissioners spend their time on other issues such naming a new Sister City in Africa, or perhaps change Fargo’s name back to what it originally was: Centralia!


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