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Building demolition in Mitchell is sign new business coming to Burr Street

If the proposed plans for the 1300 S. Burr St. property materialize, a 9,000-square-foot facility would be built to house the Orthopedic Institute's offices on the corner of Easy Kay Avenue and South Burr Street.

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Scenes from the demolition of the former Hardee's building that sits on the corner of South Burr Street and East Kay Avenue on Tuesday, June 7, 2022 in Mitchell, South Dakota.
Adam Thury / Mitchell Republic
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MITCHELL — Demolition crews were hard at work on Tuesday, June 7, tearing down a building at the corner of Easy Kay Avenue and South Burr Street.

In May, the Mitchell Planning Commission said the property that is in "dire need of improvements." Proposed plans for the property include a 9,000-square-foot facility built to house the Orthopedic Institute offices.

Read more about the project from the May Planning Commission story by Reporter Sam Fosness here.

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