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2013 Mayor’s Sioux Falls Beautiful Awards

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Mayor's Beautiful Awards
Mayor's Beautiful Awards

SIOUX FALLS, SD (KELO-AM) Mayor Mike Huether will announce and recognize the 2013 Mayor’s Sioux Falls Beautiful Award recipients at Tuesday’s City Council meeting. The meeting will take place on November 12, 2013, at 7 p.m. at Carnegie Town Hall, 235 West Tenth Street.

Many places in Sioux Falls enhance the quality of life in the city, and many citizens lead our community in creating this beautification. To further honor such efforts, the Sioux Falls Beautiful Committee and the Mayor of Sioux Falls join each year to recognize significant accomplishments of one or several beautification projects in the city through the Mayor’s Sioux Falls Beautiful Awards Program.

Eleven nominations were received for the award in 2013: six residential category nominations, three nonresidential category nominations, and two community leader/organization category nominations.

The 2013 Mayor’s Sioux Falls Beautiful Award recipients are:

  • Residential: Mary Selvig—312 East 19th Street
  • Nonresidential—Public Space: Big Sioux River Greenway—Downtown (Steve Metli and Don Kearney)
  • Community Beautification Leader/Organization: Pettigrew Heights Neighborhood Association

 

Sioux Falls Beautiful is a nonprofit citizen group, organized in 1999, with a mission to beautify and improve the outdoor environment in all areas in our city. Sioux Falls Beautiful works to enhance the landscape of our community by advocating the creation of attractive, new, and existing public spaces through the liberal use of color and light and encouraging attractive plantings and sustainable practices on private residential, commercial, and public properties.

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