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Cover Story

March Issue

Looking out for Sioux Falls
In his first few weeks in office, Mayor Mike Huether has laid out an aggressive priority list and has already started affecting change in South Dakota's largest city — from shifting the view inside his office to scrutinizing the 2011 budget.

"I want to infuse business acumen in city government," he said, touting his 25 years of business experience working for Citi and PREMIER Bankcards. "We're bringing the financial reviewing process used in business into city government. I want to challenge the status quo at a much greater level." ...Read Full Story

Chair's Column

Dave RozenboomCoordinated efforts will drive strategic
economic development
The Future Sioux Falls steering committee recently put the finishing touches on the Implementation Plan — the fifth and final phase of the strategic planning process that will guide our economic development efforts in the Sioux Falls area for years to come. I would like to take this opportunity to share a few highlights of the work that has been completed over the past nine months.

The Future Sioux Falls planning process revealed five priority areas for the Sioux Falls region. ...Read Full Story

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Leadership Sioux Falls seeks dynamic citizens for 25th class

Chamber, Argus Leader partner on 2010-11 community guide, membership directory

Members can offer, receive discounts through website

Workers compensation rates to increase for most South Dakota employers

Efforts to support entrepreneurs pays off in high-wage jobs

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