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Mayor Gives Events Center Update

December 13, 2010, 4:00 PM by Karen Sherman

Mayor Gives Events Center Update
SIOUX FALLS, SD - Mayor Mike Huether and other city employees are updating the Sioux Falls city council and the public on the Events Center project.

Just last week, the city announced it had selected Sink Combs Dethlefs and Koch Hazard Architects for the architectural and engineering design services.  On Monday, representatives from the firms addressed the city council as well.
Monday's update is part of a pledge by Huether to give updates on the second Monday of each month during the City Council Informational Meetings held at Carnegie Town Hall.

Click on the video player below for the latest update.

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