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March 22, 2013

Rapid City Sees Dramatic Increase in Building Permits

The city's government has already issued $54 million dollars in building permits this year.

The city's government has already issued $54 million in building permits this year. At this pace, according to the Rapid City Journal, construction is on track to exceed 2012's numbers. New projects include an apartment complex, a hotel, and a pipe manufacturing facility.

For more information about community planning and a summary of current building permits, please see the Community Planning and Development Services website and read the final report. You can also access other articles about building permits in our archive.  

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