Money for Oil Country | VideoJennifer Joas | 3/13/2013
Leaders say they want to invest in more infrastructure, but they`re waiting on a sign from the Legislature.
"It`s our feeling as a city that the the formula change provides and grants us a level of optimism to finally address the demands place on our community," said Williston Finance Commissioner Brad Bekkedahl.
The bill would give $750,000 for every percent of people working in the energy industry. So for a community like Williston, with 40 percent of it`s population working for energy, it would get $30 million a year.