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REAL ESTATE

“We’ve had quite a few people tour it in the last several months,” Mayor Bob Everson said.
Change comes after several nearby residents pushed back on the plan
A weekly agriculture opinion piece by Alan Guebert

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Owner Rob Nicholson pointed to family matters and the impact COVID-19 has had on finding workers as major factors that led he and his wife to list the business.
“This is a lovely development that’s been 40 years in the making,” said Chuck Mauszycki, a longtime Mitchell real estate developer.
The 775 Project initiative earns group Community Innovation Prize from Dakota Resources
New additions to help ease burden of housing shortage
Game production areas no longer efficient for public, habitat use
Demand exceeding inventory, realtors say

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During the cold stretch that brought subzero temperatures to the area, Mitchell Mayor Bob Everson said a single pipe broke in the home, formerly known as the Kelley property.
The nuisance property that's located along Old Mill Road next to the James River has been the source of many nearby residents frustrations, but the Hanson County Zoning Board recently approved a plan to have the area cleaned up
Justin Thiesse and Jordan Hanson, both local real estate developers, are attempting to purchase the Corn Palace Inn hotel to transform the property into a large apartment complex along South Burr Street.

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