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Suleiman Hunkuyi, This letter today demanding for N30Million within 30days is draconian & indeed blatant display of abuse of power as arrogantly portrayed by @elrufai, Census estimates rural areas make up 97 percent of the nation’s land area,452. 737-700. It takes focus and quick responses to keep the dogs safe amid varying conditions on the trail — and focusing on the dogs helps her stay awake,C. in which Grand Forks officials both bring the city’s marquee matters to the attention of national decision-makers Local leaders say it’s not just good for policy but good for building an ongoing relationship tooLast week’s visits took place on Tuesday and included Air Force base retention officials Mayor Mike Brown and key city and community officials Meetings took place with both Sens John Hoeven and Heidi Heitkamp as well as separate meetings with legislative staff in both senators’ and US Rep Kevin Cramer’s officesMeetings with staffers gave city leaders a chance to discuss in detail the legislative agenda they approved earlier this month City Administrator Todd Feland explained that Grand Forks’ visit could help sway legislators to fight for funding for key local projects like a training center for hazmat train-related incidents; a grant to renovate the Cities Area Transit station; and touched on the local fight against heroin and opioids"It seemed to go very well" Grand Forks Community and Government Relations Officer Pete Haga said adding that other key topics included the Grand Forks International Airport "It was a really good set of meetings a really complimentary set of meetings"Haga added that Mayor Mike Brown and other local officials attended a separate set of meetings at the Pentagon that focused more on military interests in and around Grand Forks like the Grand Forks Air Force Base topics that also arose in meetings with both senatorsThough the group tackled many meetings separately many were able to attend a North Dakota National Guard reception that evening which also saw attendance from City Council member Bret Weber who attended separate functions on behalf of Red River Valley Community Action later in the week alongside state Rep Mac Schneider and former rep Robert "Tork" KilichowskiAbout four months after Milwaukee-based Harley launched its effort to get nearly every adult in Ryder (population 84) licensed to ride about 70 percent of the town’s eligible residents have completed the free riding lessons"We had people who had never sat on a motorcycle and when they got done with the class they were comfortable riding" said Mayor Jody ReinischRyder is about 40 miles south of Minot not far from the Missouri RiverHarley-Davidson chose the town to symbolize the company’s broader goal of attracting new people to motorcyclingThat effort comes at a critical time in the motorcycle industry as US bikes sales haven’t fully recovered from the last recession and the number of baby boomers aging out of riding in coming years worries manufacturersSo long as the base of ridership in the United States declines it will be an uphill battle for Harley said analyst David Beckel with Alliance Bernstein investment research"I have a projection of total motorcycle ridership for the country declining for at least the next five years" Beckel saidIn a nod to Harley’s efforts Ryder officials changed the name of their town to "Riders" for the 2017 motorcycle riding season The classes were offered to every licensed motorist in Ryder including some 16-year-oldsThe experiment was a success in getting people licensed to ride as well as selling some bikes"About 15 to 20 percent of the population of my town bought new Harley-Davidsons because of this" Reinisch saidHarley repainted the town’s water tower as a dead ringer for one the company has at its headquarters in MilwaukeeThe Ryder tower now has the company’s logo on it as well as the town name and it’s become a bit of a tourist attraction"A couple of weeks ago we had two bikers from the Milwaukee area driving 863 miles each way to take a picture of our water tower and see our community" Reinisch said The mayor a farmer by profession went door to door to recruit people for Harley-Davidson’s goal of getting everyone licensed to rideSome people were apprehensive because they didn’t want their town to become a magnet for loud motorcycles and partyingOne 75-year-old man who strongly objected became one of Harley’s converts according to the mayor"I think he was the oldest one in the classes" Reinisch saidRyder typifies many farm towns in the Upper Midwest with a grain elevator a cafe and a tavern as well as a business that provides workers for oil and gas rigsIt’s a farm community where most of the time people are doing their day-to-day tasks said Bill Davidson vice president of the Harley-Davidson Museum in Milwaukee and great-grandson of company co-founder William A Davidson"I think the Harley-Davidson element has brought them a sense of freedom a sense of experience and a new feeling of ‘Wow we are part of something that’s really great’" Davidson saidDavidson said the company might consider a sequel to the Ryder experiment in other communitiesThe company previously eyed towns with names like Freedom and Independence symbolic of the image Harley-Davidson likes to portray"This has been such a tremendous success for us I think we will evaluate and potentially could do this in other locations really globally" Davidson saidThe company has a goal of attracting 2 million new US customers over the next 10 years a tall order considering that would represent a 25 percent increase in the number of motorcycles registered in the nationCreating an entire town of motorcycle riders might also be a reach for Harley but the Ryder experiment shows that people respond to live events and interaction with othersMany are seeking personal experiences more than material possessions said Ann Zube with the Wisconsin chapter of Stilettos on Steel a motorcyclist group for women"You see it in social media how important it is for people to let everybody else know that they are experiencing something unique that they are enjoying life" Zube saidThe bike becomes an entry point to a larger community said Ted Palmatier with the DMZ Motorcycle Club a southeastern Wisconsin unit focused on military veterans"It’s a natural conversation starter like the modern-day cowboy . riding into town on a nice-looking horse" Palmatier saidStory Rick Barrett / Milwaukee Journal SentinelThe meetings were the latest in a continuing series of visits to Washington BPE, Adamawa.

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