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Akradi, the company's second largest investor, originally was rejected for a seat in June.
Xcel investigating cause of accident.
PUC will hold hearings and vote next week on policy that could affect what type of power plants are built and where.
The two people in the car and one train passenger were taken to the hospital; buses were replacing trains on part of the Green Line.
A body found Friday in the garage at the 600 block of Lawson Avenue E. may have been there for weeks, said police, calling the case "extremely disturbing."
Scores of subcontractors have filed a blizzard of claims, saying they were not paid for their work on the $290 million project that was completed last month. One attorney estimated that at least $85 million is owed.
North Dakota's industry is an economic anchor that is surviving.
Ruling reverses decision that favored fired workers' push for a new sick policy.
The Enel-owned project's 16 plants will produce power for more than 17,000 homes.
The oil boom that ignited North Dakota's economy in the early part of this decade created new jobs, new businesses, new housing and new amenities. And while the downturn that started in late 2014 tamed western North Dakota's economy, it never crushed it.