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Boundary Chamber urges public to attend meeting

The controversy surrounding the Boundary Chamber of Commerce could end Monday at 2 p.m. at Grand Forks city hall.

The chamber had its funding from the city put on hold and has had a falling out with the Downtown Business Association.

Chamber president Dean Engen says it’s crucial the public attends.

Engen also says the Downtown Business Association is interested in separating from the chamber but he’d rather they didn’t.

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