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March 13, 2018

Spearfish Identifies Priorities through Community Strategic Plan

PACE Strategic Development, LLC, a consultant hired to facilitate the Spearfish Community Strategic Plan, recently presented to the Spearfish City Council, reports the Black Hills Pioneer. During the presentation, members of the public, city council, city staff and others listened to and helped determine priorities for 2018-2020.

Some of the highest priorities for Spearfish include a recreational path to Exit 8 of Interstate 90, rehabilitating the McLaughlin property which was recently purchased by the city, conducting a study of the city’s utility rates, a strategic plan for the fire department, and others. Next steps for the strategic plan include the development of detailed action plans as well as developing methods to track progress and accountability.

The full report of Spearfish’s strategic goals is available on the city’s website. To learn more about Spearfish, visit the Black Hills Knowledge Network’s online news archive.

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