SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (KELO) — Mayor Paul Ten Haken offered a look at the state of the City of Sioux Falls Wednesday afternoon.
Ten Haken recapped the past year and outlined priorities for the future. He talked about the need for investments in infrastructure, particularly following the long winter.
“It’s evident our roads need work,” TenHaken said.
He praised the efforts of city workers and the rest of the community to prepare for potential flooding just days after spring flooding hit Sioux Falls.
TenHaken also touched on the police department’s efforts to fight crime, the proposed Triage Center and new ways the city is using technology to communicate with people who live in Sioux Falls.
Watch the city’s livestream of the address; KELOLAND News will have additional coverage online and on-air Wednesday. Watch the city’s stream on mobile devices.