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A monthly speaker series featuring members of the unmanned aircraft systems industry is taking off in Grand Forks.
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A major construction project slated to start this summer at the Grand Sky unmanned aircraft business park hit a snag this week that may have crews racing to beat the winter freeze.
The first tenant at the Grand Forks unmanned aerial systems tech park, Grand Sky, will receive property tax exemptions for five years.
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The first company moving into the new Grand Forks unmanned aerial system tech park plans to ask for property tax exemptions.
State Sen. Ray Holmberg, R-Grand Forks, has accepted an invitation to serve on a national unmanned aerial systems steering committee.