The only problem is you will have to be late for work to have that conversation with them;

Public Invited to Discuss Strategies to Expand Homeownership in Sioux Falls 
Councilors Alex Jensen and Christine Erickson will hear from citizens on how the city can make homeownership more accessible in Sioux Falls. Ideas gained from this outreach effort could be used for future legislative efforts intended to tackle the lack of homeownership opportunities. 
When: Thursday, May 20th 
Where: HyVee at 37th and Minnesota 
Time: 7:30am to 9:00am 

I have often noticed that if city councilors really want to hear from constituents they have these kind of meetings on a Saturday or after 5 PM. The Vice-CountCilor and Errackticson have ZERO interest in talking to constituents about these issues, that is why they are doing it on a Thursday morning when most working class stiffs are at work. Jensen even said in the meeting yesterday something like, “We would like to discuss these ideas with developers and contractors, oh, and I guess the public can come to.” You can’t make this stuff up, even if you tried.

4 Thoughts on “Erickson & Jensen want to talk to you about housing, if you can make it

  1. "Woodstock" on May 19, 2021 at 11:47 pm said:

    “It’s also the wrong time of the day to buy donuts at HyVee, too”….. “Get there at about 9pm and you will get a much better deal.”

  2. hit the easy button on May 20, 2021 at 8:29 am said:

    it’s easy. go to first premier and get preapproved for a mortgage then call tony “i fked up the school boundaries” erickson and he’ll find you a house. nothing to it. problem solved. and alex and krissy both reap the benefits.
    problem solved

  3. Fear & Loathing in Sioux Falls on May 20, 2021 at 12:36 pm said:

    Oh, my goodness, hteb’s comment is so tempting.

  4. D@ily Spin on May 20, 2021 at 7:25 pm said:

    Ho hum. Trying to look mayoral. If the city would relax construction permits catering to large National home builders and REITS, there’d be lots of affordable residential. Instead, they award TIF’s and unrestricted permits to a few developers who build cost plus at a leisurely pace. It’s a North Korea concept that doesn’t belong here.

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