• Not all choices black-and-white, few are easy
BROOKINGS – Not all city council problem-solving involves $14 million government centers or bringing a cheese plant to town.
Sometimes it’s just finding a way a group of property owners can work together for the common good.
Such was the case last week when the Brookings council took on an issue Mike McClemans has raised repeatedly since he’s been on the council. It involves a road that dead-ends in the middle of a field.
Why can’t the council help a group of landowners who just want street access to their property? McClemans wants to know. He and the owners – of which he is one – have been asking that question since 2009.
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