Mitchell's regional Extension center to be at MTISPEARFISH – The state Board of Regents approved leases for six regional centers Thursday that will allow the Cooperative Extension Service to proceed with its reorganization in South Dakota, and leases are pending for two others.
By: Bob Mercer, The Daily Republic
SPEARFISH – The state Board of Regents approved leases for six regional centers Thursday that will allow the Cooperative Extension Service to proceed with its reorganization in South Dakota, and leases are pending for two others.
The agreements call for South Dakota State University to use the following properties:
In Mitchell, a portion of the building used by Mitchell Technical Institute as MTI’s north campus at 821 North Capital St. from October 2011 to October 2013, and then a portion of MTI’s south campus at 1800 E. Spruce St., from October 2013 to October 2016, owned by the Mitchell School District;
In Aberdeen, a portion of the old Federal Savings and Loan building at 13 Second Avenue S.E., owned by Blackstone Developers;
In Lemmon, the building known as the Armory, at 408 Eighth St. West, owned by Lemmon school district;
In Pierre, the Kenyon building at 412 W. Missouri Ave., owned by 412 W. Missouri L.L.C.;
In Rapid City, the USDA Muth building at 1530 Samco Avenue, owned by Muth Properties L.L.C.; and
In Sioux Falls, parts of two buildings on the South Dakota School for the Deaf campus at 2001 E. Eighth St. owned by the regents.
The regents approved the leases without any public discussion.
Yet to be completed are leases for centers in Watertown and Winner. Those leases will be submitted by South Dakota State University to the regents for consideration at their October meeting.