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SRMSC Redevelopment

With the 1972 Salt I ABM treaty in effect, the Mickelsen complex was maintained in caretaker status by the U.S. Army for possible reuse in fielding a new anti-missile defense as part of the Strategic Defense Initiative. The treaty limited the continental U.S. to one missile defense installation: SRMSC.

When the U.S. unilaterally withdrew from the treaty in June 2002 to allow unrestricted development of SDI, the U.S. Army no longer had a potential use for SRMSC and declared it "surplus property."

With the complex now available for redevelopment, a number of government agencies, community leaders and commercial entities expressed an interest in its future. Cavalier County Job Development Authority (CCJDA) has partnered with the University of North Dakota (UND) and state, local, community and Federal Government leaders to create a plan to redevelop SRMSC.

The documents below reflect activity to date. Additional information will be added as it becomes available. All documents open in a new window.