Stehly talks parking ramps & the AL ED board agrees

Theresa is featured on Jon Michael’s Forum this week.

The Argus Leader editorial board also gets on board with Stehly and her feelings on the parking ramp;

“Taxpayers have a right to know who the city is getting into bed with,” Stehly said.

She’s got a point. While other members of the council are often at odds with Stehly, this is one instance where they should reconsider their stance and lend support.

Even our local paper is seeing through the charade.



3 comments ↓

#1 Paul duimstra on 05.13.17 at 1:38 pm

What happened to to 10 foot back from property line to any structure. Property lines are usually a foot back from the sidewalk,. My issue is the apartment on 2nd and 14th. No way are they even anywhere close to being far enough back, plus a stoop has to go out there for the entrance.
When I did my project last August is was told there was no variances allowed period. So my question is, are the building inspectors blind or did someone make extra money?

#2 Theresa stehly on 05.14.17 at 7:47 am

Please email me at tstehly@siouxfalls.org, and I will check into this.

#3 The D@ily Spin on 05.14.17 at 8:39 am

The newspaper doesn’t have prominence anymore. They can agree with Stehly but the message can’t get public support without a better way to get the word out. Blog sites, TV/radio spots, and street chatter help and have become relevant. Still, it’s not enough to prevent city sleuths from preposterous ventures. Everything now is corrupt, expensive, and egotististical but not practical.