I sat down with Argus Leader city watchdog reporter, Joe Sneve and fellow candidate Scott Bartlett to discuss issues facing the city of Sioux Falls.
An edited video of my responses to the questions asked at the Sioux Falls Chamber of Commerce and the Sioux Falls League of Women Voter's City Council Candidate Forum.
I sat down with Robert Mehling of the phenomenal Sioux Empire Podcast for an extended conversation about the issues facing our city and my vision for Sioux Falls.
I gave my thoughts on the recently approved mixed-use parking ramp project being built downtown during Public Input. There's been a lot of heated debate about the topic, so I wanted to share my concerns with the city council and with all of you.
Does our city government have the safety of its citizens in mind as they make design changes to our streets and neighborhoods? Here's a video from KELOLAND News about the recently adopted 'Right on Red' signals near downtown Sioux Falls.
I had the chance to visit with Patrick Lalley about my run for city council, my work in the community, and my passion for the arts in Sioux Falls.
The Argus Leaders piece announcing my candidacy for Sioux Falls City Council - Central District.
An opinion piece I wrote that was featured in the Argus Leader's 'My Voice' column about the importance of building places designed for people, not for cars.
"I think it's easy to stay at home and support something and post something on Facebook, but when you show up in person and stand together with people it makes a bigger difference and bigger impact," Zach DeBoer of Sioux Falls said.
"Zach DeBoer, a Brandon Valley High School graduate and owner of Exposure Gallery & Studios in Sioux Falls spearheaded the project, which was funded through DeBoer’s residency at Robert Bennis Elementary School and was part of the South Dakota Arts Council’s Artists in Schools & Communities program."
I was asked to speak at REACH Literacy's annual fundraiser, 'Brewhaha'. I decided to share a story about meeting one of my heroes (and South Dakota legend), Captain 11.
The Sioux Falls CVB asked me to be a part of this video piece featuring all the great things Sioux Falls has to offer visitors and tourists. I had a chance to show off our amazing city to travel blogger Justin Walter and hit up some of my favorite places downtown.
"Concerns about safety have existed for a while on that road, as well. Supporters of reverse angle, like Exposure Gallery and Studios owner Zach DeBoer, have watched drivers fly down the hill from north to south at speeds well over the limit for years."
"I am seeing that spirit of personal pride and ownership downtown often. I saw it, for instance, in Exposure Gallery & Studios owner Zach DeBoer, who took it upon himself..."
An opinion piece I wrote for the Sioux Falls Business Journal about how our commercial coordidoors are being developed.
"A local business owner says he was so determined to see more parking in downtown that he proposed an idea, involving 60 new parking spots and a bicycle lane. It’s been a project that’s been a year in the making and, with the approval of the City Council, it’s almost complete."
"One individual has made it his mission to add more parking spots to Main Avenue in Downtown Sioux Falls." a report by KSFY on the angled parking I installed along Main Avenue in uptown.
Painted on a rooftop along flight paths, 'Welcome to Sioux Falls' now greets visitors and Sioux Fallsians coming back home who happen to look down.
I had the opportunity to speak at the OTA 2016 conference in Bismark, ND about my experience as an artist, business owner, advocate, and urbanist.
A profile piece written by Angela Tewalt as part of the OTA Builders program.