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shop online at www.missourivalleyshopper.com November 1, 2016 • Page 3 Decisions Are Made By Those Who Show Up Managing Soil: Maximizing Profit Conference SDSU iGrow BROOKINGS, S.D. - SDSU Extension is hosting a view, other campaigns cannot afford much Managing Soil: Maximizing advertising. Profit workshop in Sioux With 10 measures on the ballot, voting Falls Nov. 21, 2016 at the will take some time. I’d encourage South Best Western Plus Ramkota Dakota voters to consider voting early to Hotel (3200 W. Maple St.). avoid the lines. Early voting is available at Pre-registration is due your county auditor’s office on any busiNov. 16, 2016. ness day between now and the day before "Farming is a challenging Election Day. business, especially with It’s also a good idea to obtain a sample lower commodity prices. ballot before voting. Voters can study the At the same time, there is issues at home, fill out the sample ballot increased interest in soil and then copy their preferences onto the health. Many producers are real ballot at the polling place. Sample balreevaluating their cropping lots are printed in the newspaper and are available at the county auditor’s office, and system business management practices," said Sara you can also obtain one online from the Secretary of State at https://sos.sd.gov/Elec- Berg, SDSU Extension Agronomy Field Specialist. tions/VIPLogin.aspx . Finally, I urge all South Dakota voters to The one-day conference is designed to provide growers show up and vote this fall. The tone of the presidential campaign can be disheartening, with new ideas, connections and the political advertisements can be irri- and expert advice on mantating. But as Governor George S. Mickelson aging their operations from an agronomic and economic often said, “Decisions are made by those view point. who show up.” Topics of Interest As Americans, we have a responsibility Production finances, to study the candidates and the issues and optimizing inputs, soil manto cast an informed ballot. We should never take that privilege for granted – not even in agement, cover crop grazing a tumultuous election year like this one. We and herbicide resistant weeds are a few of topics owe it to our children and grandchildren, that will be addressed. "A and to those who have defended our freefarmer panel will share dom, to show up on Election Day. tips and ideas from local operations using successful production practices," By Gov. Dennis Daugaard: The presidential election is getting most of the attention this election season, but in South Dakota, voters are deciding much more. Of course, South Dakota has general elections this fall for U.S. Senate, U.S. House and the Public Utilities Commission. We are also voting on ten ballot measures: constitutional amendments R, S, T, U and V; referred laws 19 and 20; and initiated measures 21, 22 and 23. One of these measures, Constitutional Amendment R, was passed by the Legislature and is now before the people for ratification. Referred laws 19 and 20 were also passed by the Legislature, and then placed on the ballot by petition. The remaining amendments and initiated measures made the ballot through the petition process. I encourage all South Dakota voters to study and thoroughly consider these ballot measures before voting this year. Information about all ten ballot measures is available on the Secretary of State’s website at https://sdsos.gov/elections-voting/upcoming-elections/general-information/2016ballot-questions.aspx. Many of us have seen the paid television ads and received postcards in the mail. Those can be informative, but paid advertising only tells one side of the story. And while some ballot measures campaigns have backers who are willing to spend hundreds of thousands of dollars to promote their Rest Area Revitalization Plan Moving Forward PIERRE, S.D. - The South Dakota Department of Transportation and the Department of Tourism continue to move forward with plans to upgrade the state’s rest areas and tourist Welcome Centers as part of the recently published Rest Area Revitalization Plan. Earlier this year, a task force appointed by the Governor and made up of staff from DOT and Tourism visited each of the state’s 21 rest areas and proposed a three- to five-year rest area revitalization plan, which is available on the SDDOT website at http://www. sddot.com/resources/ reports/InterstateRestAreaFinalReport.pdf. The public was invited to provide written comments during the month of September. Numerous suggestions and ideas were reviewed and considered by the task force before making a final recommendation to the Governor on moving forward with the proposed revitalization plan. “The task force spent several months studying the condition, functionality and accessibility of the facilities and produced an informed, well-thought out plan,” says Darin Bergquist, Secretary of Transportation. “They took on a challenging task and produced a plan that will serve our citizens and visitors well into the future.” On Oct. 31, the first part of the plan will go into effect with the closing of rest areas at two locations: the I-29 Hidewood rest areas near Watertown and the I-90 Tilford rest areas near Piedmont. 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A presentation will take place shortly after 5:30 p.m. Afterwards, SDDOT staff will be available with displays to discuss the proposed project and answer your questions. During this time, you will also have the opportunity to present written comments. Information will be available on the acquisition of right-of-way and relocation assistance. This project is being developed in compliance with state and federal environmental regulations. Notice is further given to individuals with disabilities that this open house is being held in a physically accessible place. Any individuals with disabilities who will require a reasonable accommodation in order to participate in the open house should submit a request to the department’s ADA Coordinator at 605-7733540 or 1-800-877-1113 (Telecommunication Relay Services for the Deaf). Please request the accommodations no later than 2 business days prior to the meeting in order to ensure accommodations are available. All persons interested in this project are invited to attend this meeting to share your views and concerns any time between 5:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. For further information regarding this project, contact Cary Cleland, Road Design Engineering Supervisor at (605) 367-5680. Public Meeting Information @ http://sddot.com/dot/publicmeetings/default.aspx Notice published twice at a cost of $186.00
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