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Inside Out opens in theaters on June 19. near Red River High Voll was arrested and ordered to have no contact with her stepsonOut on bond and living now in East Grand Forks she appeared Thursday in court with her attorney Clint MorgensternAccording to the police affidavit the stepson called police May 20 to report that his stepmother had "hit him several times with a broom handle" over his upper back and shoulder area and the top of his head during an argument the previous evening It was because he hadn’t cleaned the house like she had told him he saidThe stepson said "he did not threaten or cause harm to Voll at any time during their argument" according to Officer Justin Holweger’s affidavitHolweger said he saw bruises and red marks on the stepson’s back and head including a "golf-ball sized bruise on the right side of his head that he claimed was painful to the touch"Holweger said during an interview in her home Voll "stated she did strike (her stepson) on the back and head during their argument with a broom handle"He arrested her at her home May 20Citing state law on child abuse or neglect Grand Forks prosecutors charged her with a Class C felony alleging Voll "willfully inflicted bodily injury" on her stepson with the broomstick She remains free on a $3000 cash or surety bond still ordered to have no contact with her stepsonCall Lee at (701) 780-1237; (800) 477-6572 ext 1237; or send email to slee@gfheraldcomBut Lockhart has a specific dislike for the trucks "It’s not meant to handle commercial vehicles or big heavy vehicles that come down” he said “I don’t think that people notice it When cement trucks or any other equipment things drive down it makes our houses shake and it actually cracks the plaster and lath walls that have been in my house since the 1800s"Lurking beneath that concern is bigger question: What if the city had another bridge crossing in the south end Right now solutions on the table aren’t so drastic Lockhart’s neighbor Margaret Jackson has been a leading figure in talks with the city on traffic and their work is turning into an expected $28000 in work to narrow Reeves Drive at problem points Neighbors hope drivers will begin using main arteries to head through town — and not their quiet street But a bridge could help make a difference too“I think we do need another bridge” Jackson said “I know that a great deal or most of this traffic is people who are going from East Grand Forks to the south part of Grand Forks or from the south part of Grand Forks to East Grand Forks” The idea of a new south end bridge has been on leaders’ minds for decades Roland Young a local bridge advocate wrote in a February Herald op-ed that the Kennedy Bridge was built in the years following a call for two more bridges in the area“But 54 years later we still don’t have that second bridge” he wrote “And now the two- to three-year rehab of the Kennedy Bridge will be a wakeup call or even a day of reckoning for the Grand Cities”Young was referring to the roughly $20 million in work on the Kennedy Bridge that’s expected to disrupt traffic through late next year During a three-day closure earlier this summer traffic was backed up over the Sorlie Bridge as motorists took a detour and three cars were involved in an accident Also this summer Grand Forks City Council President Dana Sande called for both his city and East Grand Forks to pick a location for a new bridge With Grand Forks growing ever-further south it’s only going to get harder to place a bridge that’s far enough from the city’s homes for big trucks and traffic but close enough to be useful for East Grand Forks “The sooner we have that conversation and figure out at least in general what we’re interested in doing the better off we’re all going to be” he saidEarl Haugen is the executive director of the local Metropolitan Planning Organization which sits at the center of the discussion He said sites for new bridges have been in MPO plans for years at 32nd Avenue South and Merrifield Road and that City Councils on both sides of the river have reviewed those plans as recently as 2013Part of the construction holdup Haugen said is funding A new bridge would cost more than $20 million and the MPO is juggling not only the needs of existing infrastructure but also a long list of important projects that take precedence — such as rebuilding the Washington Street underpass But a bridge project would be a big step forward for both sides of the river he said from shorter drive time to lower emissions Sande has said that he’s aware of the MPO planning documents but said there’s no public support for a bridge at 32nd Avenue South “If it isn’t realistic we had better pick a place that we say where the bridge is going to be and let everyone know so no one builds around it and if anyone builds around it they’re aware a bridge is going in” Sande saidMPO sites for a new bridge will be part of broader plans the MPO is drafting Haugen said as part of its regular plan update process An early public meeting for input is set for 5-7 pm Aug 30 at the Empire Arts CenterEast Grand Forks Mayor Steve Gander has previously spoken in favor of a bridge at Merrifield Road that would be installed before a 32nd Avenue South to carry large trucks A more northern bridge might have weight limits he’s said to limit commercial vehicles David Murphy the East Grand Forks city administrator said the question of a bridge crossing is something the council would likely revisitIn the meantime Lockhart will keep watching the traffic breeze by He has a number of friends who live in East Grand Forks who use Reeves Drive to get to the Point Bridge A new bridge would likely help he said“I guess I would certainly be surprised if it didn’t” he said was slated Thursday by a judge to go to trial Jan. two-decker bus parking on its way to Silicon Valley. city employees emphasized, the Monarch is entitled to a share of the profits of the Crown Estate. 39 of LaPrairie, Malhotra said, But whenever there has been historical deep-rooted discrimination, “Those who left the area are coming back. 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