If you’ve been watching this, I suspect the new Sioux Falls City Administration castle that Democrat
prince Mayor Mike Huether is attempting to build is going to continue to unravel the more that people continue to talk about it.
Here’s a facebook post from City Councilor Greg Neitzert that was recently noted by the Minnehaha County GOP:
Add to that what the Argus is saying this morning:
Back in April, after Mayor Mike Huether broke a tie vote to move forward with the new building, council members took it upon themselves to investigate the possibility of converting the 300 Building to a government office building. Following that, the city hired Koch Hazard Architects and construction company Henry Carlson Co. to assess the building’s viability. They determined the cost of turning the 300 Building into the type of facility that the city needs would cost about $21.6 million, about $300,000 less than building new.
Which would be all well and good if Kock Hazard and Henry Carlson were not the same businesses the city has contracted with to design and build the proposed new admin building.
Yep… I think it’s coming undone.