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"If nobody does end up getting closer to our number, that seems like a viable option to work with Mitchell Area Housing Incorporated and get a single-family residential home built in that spot,” Mitchell City Council member Jeff Smith said of the future options of the lot
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As for what’s driving the demand, Destiny Reimnitz pointed to the growing trend of remote working and the recent loss of a popular Mitchell hotel as two factors.
“This will have a big impact on Mitchell’s housing, and we are excited to hit the ground running and address the lack of affordable homes in Mitchell,” said Geri Beck, CEO of Mitchell Area Development Corporation.
Mitchell Area Development Corporation seeking to acquire lot for residential home, but nearby residents say city required lot to be used for future park

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Giving away 11 lots, which are each about a half-acre, is part of the first phase of the development.
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“This is a lovely development that’s been 40 years in the making,” said Chuck Mauszycki, a longtime Mitchell real estate developer.
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The top leaders of the Mitchell Area Development Corporation and Chamber of Commerce are no longer working for the organizations after they were asked to step down Tuesday.

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The Mitchell city Planning and Zoning Commission will hold a hearing at noon on Monday for the refined design plans of the Mitchell Area Development Corporation’s affordable housing project.
Just four months ago, Avera Queen of Peace Regional President and CEO Tom Clark was sitting in on a Mitchell Area Development Corporation board meeting. The discussion centered on affordable housing efforts.
Area government leaders on Thursday got a first look at a state pilot program to build multi-family housing units. A presentation from Mike Harsma, of the South Dakota Housing Development Authority, gave local officials an idea of how the state g...

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