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The Bemidji City Council on Monday decided a taskforce could look beyond city-owned properties (indicated in red) as it examines the downtown rail corridor as a potential redevelopment site. The taskforce now will also consider the areas in blue and the Pamida and Union Square properties. Stating the decision should not be taken as an indication that the city is looking to purchase additional land, staff said property owners are welcome to take part in the entire process as well.

Looking for redevelopment:Bemidji Council considers rail corridor

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By Bethany Wesley / Bemidji Pioneer

BEMIDJI — As a taskforce was named to examine the rail corridor downtown, the Bemidji City Council authorized its members to look beyond city-owned properties to also consider neighboring properties.

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