Date set for Events Center Supreme Court Hearing

Will the city lose another Supreme Court case? Will the city be forced to show us the settlement?

“Confidentiality agreements are often put in place by businesses to protect proprietary information. The Argus Leader believes the deal made between the city and contractors does not meet the proprietary standard,” Argus Leader Media President Kathy Jack-Romero said. “Put simply: the city is not serving the best interests of taxpayers of Sioux Falls, who will be paying for the Denny Sanford Premier Center for 19 years. It is our responsibility to determine whether the city followed the law. The closed-door nature of this case has not engendered trust in local government.”


#1 The D@ily Spin on 11.23.16 at 10:39 pm

The Argus is stepping up. Their recent managers turmoil has returned them into a news organization. They initiated the lawsuit and they’ve followed through. I’m hoping this is the beginning of exposing city corruption. Strong Mayor Charter gave Huether unrestricted power he’s abused ethically and constitutionally. Argus Leader, I’m so proud of you.

#2 scott on 11.24.16 at 11:54 am

good to see the argus president is on top of things from her perch in Colorado.