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An amendment to the covenants of the Creekside development in Spearfish was approved by the school board.
An amendment to the covenants of the Creekside development in Spearfish was approved by the school board.
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April 14, 2017

Covenants for Creekside Property Approved by Spearfish School Board

An amendment to the Creekside development covenants that would allowon- and off-sale beer and/or wine was approved by the Spearfish School Board, reports the Black Hills Pioneer. Spearfish Resdient, Lee Eddy, made the request as he hopes to open a brew pub in the development.

Covenants were placed on the Creekside Development in 2009, which prohibit the sale of on- and off-sale alcohol, adult video and book sales, nightclubs, sale of firearms and other weapons, sale of tobacco products, heavy industry, and facilities that process or house animals.

The change to the covenant will not be in effect until approved by the Spearfish City Council.

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