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May 8, 2018

Deadwood Progresses on Main Street Master Plan

The Deadwood City Commission recently approved a request for qualifications for a main street master plan, reports the Black Hills Pioneer. The deadline for submissions is May 23, 2018. City officials hope to examine aging infrastructure including street lights, public gathering spaces and make updates to bring the city into compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act.

A projected cost has not yet been determined for the desired updates to downtown Deadwood. City officials will select firms for interviews by May 31st and a final proposal and preparation agreement for the master plan will be determined by June 14. The city commission is projected to approve the contract on June 18.

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