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The dig, "That shouldn’t be called to question. 2014, Russias leadership often questioned the sincerity of NATOs inclusive intentions when former Soviet satellites such as Poland were given priority in admission while the West often interpreted Russias opposition to fast-track admission for those countries as blanket opposition to NATO expansion. and Urban Stampede downtown suggested that the city reevaluate its regulations on locally owned small businesses to make it easier for new businesses to open downtown“Whatever the city can do to eliminate some of the hoops and hurdles small businesses are faced with” he saidFor example he said his Urban Stampede coffee shop has to apply and pay about $100 each year for a license to have tables outside in the summer While Urban Stampede has been in business for more than 20 years some regulations like that may discourage new businesses from opening he saidOne business on its way to opening a new spot downtown is Rhombus Guys pizza which has recently purchased the historic Metropolitan Opera House on South Third Street to transform it into a brewpub “We think Grand Forks deserves its own brewery” said Matt Winjum co-owner “The dream” is to brew a beer that becomes a local and regional favorite he saidIf plans go smoothly the brew pub should open in early 2015 in the first floor and basement of the Opera House he saidEvents and accessWhile Winjum walked downtown last week explaining plans for the brewpub and his work as a DDA member he didn’t see anyone else outside“I guess it is a cloudy day today but when we do have nice weather we’d like to see more things outside” he said “We’d like to see more people on the streets”The DDA is planning outdoor entertainment and community events starting this summer and it’s a goal to continue offering more of that as the organization grows Holth said The DDA already hosted a Christmas tree-lighting this past winter and this upcoming winter the tree-lighting will be a winter carnival he saidOther events in the works for 2014 are a river concert a street fair and an Oktoberfest event according to the DDA’s budgetThe group’s efforts have also helped at least one pre-DDA event grow True Colors has hosted a Ladies Night shopping event for the past seven years and owner Mickie Nakonechny said this year for the first time there will be more than three stores She credited the DDA for helping to bring cohesiveness to businesses downtown and making it easier to promote eventsAnother improvement that could get more people walking around downtown is better navigation Winjum said which is why the DDA is interested in getting maps downtown and better signageSigns indicating where people can park would be nice said Loer one of the two sisters shopping downtown last week One reason she doesn’t come downtown much she said is because it’s tough to find parking She and her sister said they know there are parking ramps but they weren’t sure who is allowed to park thereParking is also one of the many considerations Amazing Grains is looking at while deciding what to do as the store grows said Ashley Decker general manager “It’s not always easy for customers to load up their groceries and walk across the street” she saidWhile there have been rumors about Amazing Grains leaving its downtown location there won’t be any decisions made about that for quite a while and the store has signed a lease for another year Decker said The cooperative loves its downtown spot but could use room to grow and it may take on a second location move away from downtown or just stay as is Decker saidCity Council member Bret Weber whose ward includes downtown said parking that is more efficient than flat parking lots and having a grocery store downtown are two of the greatest needs he sees there“We need a grocery store downtown and I hope it’s Amazing Grains” Weber said “I hope we’re able to help them expand”Outside downtownFurther developing downtown Grand Forks will be good for the city as a whole business owners and community leaders saidUND touts downtown Grand Forks’ local feel when trying to recruit students said Sue Sholes assistant director of admissions “Students are always wondering what there is to do in Grand Forks” she said and downtown offers both shopping and entertainmentDowntown is also one of the areas the Greater Grand Forks Convention and Visitors Bureau promotes when trying to attract tourism said Julie Rygg executive director “There’s really a lot that we have downtown but the more we can offer visitors the better” she saidGrand Forks residents and business owners who aren’t part of the DDA seem on the same page as DDA members about what needs to be done downtown as they voiced a lot of similar ideasThat’s probably because these ideas for improvement have been floating around for a while but there has not been an effort “as intense or as well-organized” as the DDA said Kim Holmes owner of Sanders 1907 restaurant since the 1980sMayor Mike Brown agreed saying “it’s time for a facelift” downtown and the DDA seems to be the right group for the job “I think the time is right and the mood is right” Brown saidThompson who is also not part of the DDA said he “didn’t expect any new revelation” of ideas from the DDA’s efforts but he agreed that the group has brought a strong momentum to improving downtown“I think we have a really really good start” he said “I will be very excited and curious to see what happens”What do you want to see in downtown Grand Forks“More stores that promote an outdoor active lifestyle” — Ashley Decker general manager for Amazing Grains“More places open on Sundays . 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