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Downtown Aberdeen advocates encourage city council to change one-way to two-way

Aberdeen Downtown Association Director Alexa Sheldon along with local businessman Jim Thares spoke during the public comment portion of the Aberdeen City Council meeting Monday. Both spoke in favor of changing downtown Aberdeen from a one-way to a two-way street as it was in the past.

Sheldon says there is a large group of diverse people, businesses and investors eager to see a return to two-way traffic in Downtown Aberdeen…

Thares says in order to move forward, the city must move back to a two-way downtown. Cities such as Sioux Falls, Watertown and Rapid City have already done so…

According to Aberdeen city manager Joe Gaa, it is estimated the cost of changing downtown from a one-way to two-way would be approximately $1.5 million. That number comes from a study completed by the engineering firm HDR.

Thares goes onto talk about investing in Downtown Aberdeen…

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