At the June 16 county commission meeting, residents from Torrey Lake Township met with the board to express their concerns with the condition of the gravel roads in their area and find out when the county might be getting down to fix them. Torrey Lake Township is located in the southeastern corner of Brule County.
Dog ownership and responsibility was a topic of discussion at the Oacoma Town Board Monday night during the time reserved for public comment. Angie Zeman brought the topic to the board’s attention when she inquired if there were any regulations limiting the number of dogs an individual can own in town. Gary Dominiack, board President, informed Zeman there is an ordinance which addresses the behavior of dogs and that they can’t be running at large, but not a limit to the number of dogs which can be owned at one residence.
At the Monday night meeting, city commissioners met with Business Development Manager Alec Boyce from SEH (Short Elliott Hendrickson Inc.), the firm that is designing the airport project to realign and lengthen the runway.
Doug Dozak and Todd Priebe of Dozy’s Signs install new ‘Welcome Banners’ to King Street last morning. Dozy’s replaced the banners that were purchased by the Chamber of Commerce last year and later destroyed by high wind. The four different colored banners made with reinforced double stitching and of a thicker fabric greet visitors in Lakota, Spanish, English and western slang - Howdy!
River City Friday Nights - Bridging Families & Communities is set to start this Friday, June 19 and run for the next three Friday nights – June 26th, July 3rd and July 10. Chamberlain’s Main Street from Lawler to Beebe Avenue will be closed for the event that runs from 6:00 to 10:00 p.m.