People who have lived or stopped in Spearfish anytime in the last 10 years or more could list many noticeable changes driving through its streets today. We know that as time passes, things change, and looking at the record-breaking number of building permits issued in 2014, population growth patterns, and the general “desirability” of living in the area, change will continue. This prompts the question, how do we address future growth in Spearfish? The following is the first in a series examining discussions related to that question.
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