Sioux Falls City Council Agenda, Oct 29, 2019

The city council again this week is slacking, but hey, they deserve it, they (some of them) work hard.

Informational Meeting • 4 PM

Presentations on September financials, Supplemental Appropriations for storm cleanup and Professional services agreements for Public Safety Facility.

• As you can see below, tax collection is doing well. It was interesting to see entertainment tax revenue was down from last year September but lodging tax was up. I find it strange that the entertainment tax was down. I have been noticing on the weekends that there isn’t a big crowd hanging out downtown lately, it is kind of eery.

• Not sure why storm cleanup appropriations were tied into snow removal. Can’t wait to hear explanation.

• While we are hiring professional services for the public safety facility, we still haven’t got a clear pricetag. Not sure why.



6 comments ↓

#1 D@ily Spin on 10.26.19 at 11:11 pm

Is there a city council? Were they held ransom and nobody paid? I’m thinking it doesn’t take decisions to burn city budget.

#2 D@ily Spin on 10.26.19 at 11:13 pm

I need a job like city council. 25k a year for nothing and a fast food job is almost a living.

#3 "Now offering tornado recovery bus tours..." on 10.27.19 at 8:01 pm

“Not sure why storm cleanup appropriations were tied into snow removal. Can’t wait to hear explanation.”

( – and Woodstock adds: “Hey, a snow job is a snow job.”)

#4 Stormy times ahead on 10.28.19 at 8:47 am

“Now offering tornado recovery bus tours…” maybe the Jesus plows are going to miraculously clean-up up the mess?

#5 Tornado recovery bus tour guide on 10.28.19 at 2:14 pm

Stormy,

Their street cleaner cousins do, if you bitch enough.

#6 OliviaHoros on 01.21.20 at 10:22 am

Deb Klebanoff, born in Sioux Falls, began the reading series at the Horse Barn with Allison Hedge Coke, after serving on the Sioux Falls Chamber of Commerce’s Cultural Affairs committee, including a term as its chair and for almost a decade with the Sioux Empire Arts Council, including 8 years as its executive director. She later moved south of Sioux Falls and founded a writers’ retreat, The Retreat at Pointer’s Ridge.