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OCT. 5, 2017 - VOL. 54 No. 1

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Cover Story

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Boom Town: Sioux Falls continues to build on success

Sioux Falls has quietly and steadily grown by several thousand new people per year - adding an additional 45,000 residents since 2000. Those may not sound like "boom town" definition numbers, however continued growth and development across the community say otherwise. In 2014, building permits issued broke three records. Numbers for the first third of 2015 are also indicating another strong construction year.

"Employment numbers are up from last year, which means population is up, which means...

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Chair's Column

Dana Dykhouse Chamber Serves as Watchdog

Economic growth is positive. It means more customers. More customers means more sales, which means more profit for businesses. More sales means more revenue for cities and counties to use to build and maintain infrastructure and invest in quality of life projects.

With growth can come challenges, however. And that´s one of the reasons why the Sioux Falls Area Chamber of Commerce advocates on behalf of business - our job is to be the voice for business so you can continue to succeed in your business or profession. We want to ensure that our local governments are good stewards of our taxpayer dollars. We want our members...

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Other News

Summer Studies, task forces will provide opportunities to study issues

Workforce Task Force nears the end of research gathering

Breakout sessions announced for 2015 Crossroads Summit

New visitsiouxfalls.com launches for peak tourism season


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