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" says 25-year-old Fargo resident Kayla Bauske. a sales associate for Blue Sky Real Estate in Devils Lake.E. estimated about 20 stores have opened in the past 10 years in downtown In that time two of the new stores along with seven others closed Another five moved to other locations in Devils LakeOthers have decided to move to downtown and renovate space such as Kelly Swenseth owner of Swenseth Law Office at 211 Fourth St NE She and her husband plan to move to 418 Fourth Ave NE once they finish the renovationsSwenseth said it made sense to invest in a downtown office because it could encourage others to do the same She added there are various resources for those who want to move to downtown including Devils Lake Forward and other downtown business owners who have gone through the experience of opening a store there "Right now there is a great opportunity for communities to look at what they want in a downtown and invest in that" she said’Community spirit’Sander said there are still key businesses in downtown Devils Lake She pointed to the Old Main Street Cafe Quilt Essential LaMotte’s Paint & Glass Leevers Foods and The Liquid Bean a coffee shop that has been in downtown for more than 20 years"Obviously the downtown is not going to be like it was before" said Dan Johnson who co-owns The Liquid Bean with his son Paul "Downtown has changed; everything has"He said there isn’t one "magic" answer to growing downtown but he suggested marketing open spaces as opportunities advertising and having people who care about the health of the city He said he has thought about taking his employees on a tour of the city so they can point customers to other stores if they ask where they can buy a certain item"We need to let them know what we have" he said "As a business community we have to educate each other on what we do have"Sander pointed to local attractions such as Devils Lake’s recreational culture as reasons why people come to the area but it’s important to have other things to do to add to the experience"Our mission has been to have some fun events create a fun community and support each other so businesses want to be in our downtown area" she said adding the events help create "community spirit"Paula Vistad executive director of the Devils Lake Chamber of Commerce said she is optimistic about downtown and that it is a vibrant area with several historic buildings Downtown just needs to add some specialty stores such as a bakery or an arts store"I feel downtown is beautiful" she said adding efforts to revitalize the area should be successful "It is a key part to Devils Lake I don’t think it is doom and gloom at all"She and others noted it’s important for all parts of the city to complement each other and that no one wants to take business away from different areas of the city"I don’t think you can have one without the other They draw off each other" she said "If we are going to pull people or draw from other cities we need to have our Highway 2 and downtown"There is a lot of passion for downtown Devils Lake Langton said That includes beautification holding events finding new niches and renovating space for future businesses"The people who are downtown love downtown" she saidThe report provided by the university system and first reported by Rob Port of SayAnythingBlogcom came at the request of Kathleen Neset then the chairwoman of the North Dakota State Board of Higher Education Dated June 26 2016 it was authored by Karol Riedman a university system compliance officer Riedman’s report paints an unflattering picture of Hagerott’s leadership style with descriptions ranging from “absent-minded professor” to a “bull in a china shop” or simply that there is no leadership “Most comments suggested that the chancellor tends to interrupt and talk over staff which makes some employees feel that he does not respect them is not listening or does not value their input” Riedman wrote While there were no concerns raised over sexual harassment “all employees” Riedman said “felt there was a difference in treatment between men and women and that the men in the office were treated with more respect and valued than the women”Riedman interviewed 15 of the 21 university system staff — two men and 13 women — while excluding herself one staff member out on annual leave and four employees who have little contact with the chancellor The report surfaced a week after Hagerott fired Vice Chancellor Lisa Feldner “without cause” Feldner said this week she was “bewildered” by her dismissalIn response to an interview request university system spokeswoman Billie Jo Lorius said Hagerott “has not spoken with any reporter thus far and we would like to remain consistent” In a statement provided by Lorius Neset said the chancellor denied many of the allegations in the report “Chancellor Hagerott has not only taken steps to address this feedback he has openly accepted and requested input on his work” Neset said “I have found Chancellor Hagerott to be very receptive to and responsive to the work that was done towards professional development and organizational unity” Positive reviewHagerott began his stint as chancellor in July 2015 with an annual salary of $372000 He succeeded interim Chancellor Larry Skogen whose tenure followed the ouster of Hamid Shirvani in 2013 Hagerott came to the North Dakota University System after working as deputy director of the Naval Academy’s Center for Cyber Security Studies in Annapolis Md He often cites his time in the Navy but his prior experience has apparently led to some friction in the university system office with one employee remarking that “it feels like we are in the service” Still Neset’s August 2016 evaluation of Hagerott largely praised the chancellor’s performance in his first year on the job It points to communication planning and management as areas for improvement “Your overall performance during this year as chancellor of the North Dakota University System is to be commended” she wrote adding that board members generally said he has the “talent credentials desire and skills to do this job of chancellor very well” Reached by phone Thursday Neset deferred comment to current Board Chairman Don Morton who said board leadership is “very supportive” of Hagerott He said Riedman’s report was an “informal survey” but was still helpful in pointing out some issues “We’ve been addressing it for the last year in individual meetings with members with groups meetings with the chancellor with the staff” Morton said Riedman’s report also details a June 2016 incident in which Hagerott was reportedly “excessively upset” over an open records request that stemmed from former Gov Ed Schafer’s endorsement of Doug Burgum in the Republican primary for governor Schafer was the interim president of the University of North Dakota at the time A Grand Forks Herald reporter asked for university system staff emails regarding Burgum and Schafer a “fairly routine request” that Hagerott reportedly believed required “intensive staff work” that could mean working through the weekend “The chancellor showed great concern interpreted as anger and agitation by raising his voice and appearing extremely upset” Riedman’s report said The chief of staff and legal counsel were eventually able to reassure Hagerott “The situation could have been avoided had he been more familiar with the regular open record request process and if he had listened to — and trusted — the staff members who tried to explain that the process was very routine and nothing to be overly concerned about” Riedman wrote Chancellor performance evaluation by inforumdocs on ScribdClimate Survey by inforumdocs on ScribdThe questions came as a district judge resumed the preliminary hearing to determine if Beta Theta Pi members charged in Piazza’s Feb. of Encinitas.