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shop online at www.missourivalleyshopper.com February 6, 2018 • Page 13 State Historical Society Board Approves Property Tax Moratorium Applications PIERRE, S.D. — The South Dakota State Historical Society board of trustees recently approved 15 applications in seven counties for the eight-year state historic preservation property tax moratorium for restoration and rehabilitation made to historic buildings. “These approvals are significant because if an historic building qualifies for the tax benefit, an eight-year delay is placed on the property tax assessment of any certified improvements,” said Jay D. Vogt, director of the State Historical Society, headquartered at the Cultural Heritage Center in Pierre. “Property tax assessments may not be increased due to certified rehabilitation of the building. “The property tax moratorium is an incentive for owners of properties listed in the National Register of Historic Places to maintain and rehabilitate their homes and businesses,” Vogt added. One of the criteria for the approval was that the projects meet the U.S. Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for Rehabilitation. Of the 15 properties receiving the moratorium, six are private residences and nine are or will be income-producing properties. Investment per project ranged from $15,500 to $2.6 million. Private investments totaled $6.269 million. For more information on how to qualify for the state historic preservation property tax moratorium, contact the State Historic Preservation Office at the Cultural Heritage Center, 900 Governors Drive, Pierre, SD 57501-2217; telephone 605-773-3458; or see history.sd.gov/ Preservation/FundingOpps/SPTMOverview2018.pdf. Following is a list, by county, of the sites approved for the property tax moratorium. Clay County 2-4 E. Main St., Vermillion; constructed in 1884; contributing resource in the Downtown Vermillion Historic District, which was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2003; 2017 work removed non-original work to prepare for restoration. Davison County W.S. Hill House, 520 E. 6th Ave., Mitchell; constructed in 1910; individually listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2009; 2017 work replaced the roof and refinished door and window trim throughout the home. Fall River County Harlou Building, 407 N. River St., Hot Springs; constructed in 1893; contributing resource in the Hot Springs Historic District, which was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1974; 2017 work included storefront renovations, window repair and completion of shop space on the main floor. Lawrence County 33 Jackson St., Deadwood; constructed in 1938; contributing resource in the Deadwood Historic District, which was listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 1966; 2017 work included repair and repointing of stone foundation walls, garage walls, retaining walls, patios, porches and steps, as well as repairing interior plaster and repainting walls and doors. 3 Shine St., Deadwood; constructed in 1895; contributing resource in the Deadwood Historic District; 2017 work included repair and repointing of masonry, structural reinforcement, foundation repair and mold abatement. 360 Williams St., Deadwood; constructed around 1880; contributing resource in the Deadwood Historic District; 2017 work included new wood windows installed to match the original locations and configurations, and the wood siding and trim were painted. First National Bank of the Black Hills, 201 W. Main St., Lead; constructed in 1922; contributing resource in the Lead apartment units each renovated with a Historic District, which was listed in kitchen, one or two bathrooms, one or the National Register of Historic Places two bedrooms, new HVAC, refinished in 1974; 2017 work reinstalled windows flooring, new plumbing, new electrical where openings had been bricked in, and new concrete entry steps at the main installation of an elevator, and entryways entrance. completed on all three floors. Pennington County Minnehaha County 1702 West Blvd., Rapid City; construct650 E. 21st St., Sioux Falls; constructed ed in 1930; contributing resource in the in 1915; contributing resource in the McWest Boulevard Historic District, which Kennan Park Historic District, which was was listed in the National Register of Hislisted in the National Register of Historic toric Places in 1974; 2017 work renovated Places in 1984; 2017 work lifted the home the original garage into a mud room and and replaced the foundation; installed breezeway at the back of the home. new wood windows to match the origiFairmont Creamery, 201 Main St., Rapnal configuration; repaired or replaced id City; constructed in 1929; individually in-kind wood siding, fascia, corbels and listed in the National Register of Historic shakes; patched and repaired wood Places in 2006; 2017 work updated the floors; and repaired plaster throughout west breezeway area and replaced all cast the home. iron pipes in the basement with PVC. Harms Motor Company, 104 W. 12th Hotel Alex Johnson, 523 6th St., Rapid St., Sioux Falls; constructed in 1920; City; constructed in 1927-1928; contributcontributing resource in the Sioux Falls ing resource in the Rapid City CommerDowntown Historic District, which was cial Historic District, which was listed in listed in the National Register of Historic the National Register of Historic Places Places in 1994; 2017 work included strucin 1974; 2017 work updated guest rooms tural reinforcement; repointed masonry; and bathrooms on floors six through nine, installed new windows to match original renovated the kitchen, reopened the mezlocations and configurations; and new zanine to its original configuration, added plumbing, electrical and HVAC. new restrooms to the mezzanine and in Sid’s/Texaco, 200 E. 12th St., Sioux Paddy O’Neill’s restaurant. Falls; constructed in 1929 (south portion, Yankton County Texaco Super Service Station) and 1938 Yankton Post Office, 335 Walnut St., (north portion, Sid’s Crown Liquor), inteYankton; constructed in 1904-1905; conrior connected in 1974; individually listed tributing resource in the Yankton Historic in the National Register of Historic Places Commercial District, which was listed in in 2013; 2017 work renovated the building the National Register of Historic Places in into a hardware store by replacing the 1982; 2017 work replaced the roof. roof, plumbing, electrical and HVAC along with repairing the stucco and brick. Odd Fellows Home, 100 W. 10th St., Dell Rapids; constructed in 1910; individually listed 2017 Ford Fiesta SE Hatchback, 14K..$11,500 in the National Register 2016 Chevy Malibu Classic LT, 34K.......$14,900 of Historic Places in 2012; 2015 Chevy Equinox, AWD, 67K..........$14,950 2017 work completed five 2012 Chevy Silverado, 3/4T ,4X4.......$15,600 2012 Chevy Silverado,Ext. cab 4x4.........$16,900 INTERESTED IN THIS SPOT? 2011 Chevy Silverado,Ext. cab 4x4.......$12,900 Call Chevy Silverado, your ad here. 2007665-5884 to placeExt. cab.............$6,500 2007 Chevy Uplander,van,117K...........$4,500 Saving You Money Interested in this spot? 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