Stehly Reports

Theresa lives what she believes and she strives to communicate it with you. Transparency is key to her service to you. If there is a problematic decision to be made, she brings it to her citizens. We citizens now know more about the inner workings of Sioux Falls government thanks to Theresa openness and willingness to put it in print.

  • Park Board District Representation Ordinance
  • Lloyd Company $4 million (TIF) Property Tax Deferral
  • Down Town Mixed Use Parking Ramp Concerns
  • City Budget and Debt Info
  • Police Pay Raise Vote
  • Annexation Update
  • Administration Building Update
  • Secrecy Concerns in Golf Management Selection
  • STARR and STEHLY Work to Repeal Funding on Mixed Use Parking Ramp
  • Apartment Safety Concerns
  • History of Snow Gates
  • Guest Column by Kermit Staggers – Mayoral Integrity
  • Guest Column by Patrick Lalley, KSOO radio – The State of Our State
  • Guest Column by Gary Hanson, Tax Bill Should Decrease Citizen’s Utility Costs
  • Guest Column by Pam Nelson, Minnehaha County Treasurer, Tax Relief for Senior Citizens
  • Citizens Vent Over Parking Ramp, Siding Settlement and Other Issues
  • Guest Column by Todd D. Epp, News Director KELO Radio, Government Is Not A Business
  • Guest Column by Mike Mislead, Minnehaha County Sheriff, Jail Funding Challenges
  • Argus Leader Wins Legal Action – Makes Siding Settlement Public, Joe Sneve interview
  • Guest Column by Jeff Barth, Minnehaha Co. Commissioner, Crime Costs Unfair to Property Owners
  • Guest Column by Larry P. Zikmund, South Dakota Veterans Cemetery Gains Momentum
  • Guest Column by Jim Schmidt, Lincoln Co. Commissioner, Counties Face Many Challenges
  • Guest Column by Lura Roti, Agriculture Journalist, Benefits of Neighborhood Watch Groups
  • Guest Column by Bruce Danielson, Videographer, Event Center Siding Issues
  • CAMPAIGN CORNER, We have an important municipal election on April 10, 2018. YOUR VOTE COUNTS reminder to vote
  • Guest Column by Pam Nelson, Minnehaha County Treasurer, Elderly Tax Freeze Information
  • KELO Radio “Community Outreach” with Jon Michaels
  • Event Center Campus Study Group
  • St. Francis House Expansion
  • Hot Topic: Street Vacation
  • Councilors Raise Awareness for Homeless at Bishop Dudley House
  • A Word About Our New Mayor
  • Guest Column by Janet Brekke, City Councilor/ former City attorney, SECRECY Issues in City Business
  • Guest Column by
  • Teri Schmidt, Executive Director CVB, WHAT IS THE SIOUX FALLS CVB?
  • JUST WHERE DO YOUR PROPERTY TAXES GO?
  • Guest Column by Dave Johnson, Executive Director Glory House, Glory House Update
  • Guest Column by Representative Michael Saba, Breaking through Partisan Politics
  • Guest Column by Doug Basche, Director of DE at O’Gorman, Keeping our Children Safe: Driver’s Ed information
  • Meet And Greet At Benson’s And HyVee
  • Police Forced To Accept Contract
  • Guest Column by Councilor Pat Starr, Insisting on Transparency
  • Guest Column by Mike Mislead, Minnehaha County Sheriff, Update on County Jail Addition
  • Guest Column by Bruce Danielson, Protecting those most vulnerable: Power of Attorney, Guardian and Conservator Law Scams
  • $260 Million Waste Water Treatment Project Debate
  • Lake Lorraine Reaching Out to Community
  • Snow Gate Update
  • SUNNY RADIO COMMUNITY O U T R E A C H
  • Neighborhood News: Oak View Neighborhood Update By John F. Noodle, Association President – Pepper Ridge Neighborhood Update By Randy Dobberpuhl, Association Member – All Saints Neighborhood Update By Rachael Meyerink, Association Secretary
  • Minnehaha County Historical Society Needs YOU!! HISTORY MATTERS
  • CITY INFORMATION: CITY SNOW ALERT NUMBER – NEED A STOPLIGHT? – EMERALD ASH BORER UPDATE – MOBILE SOLAR POWERED SPEED SIGNS – SNOW ON STOPLIGHTS
  • Caring for Our Community
  • USF hosts first “Sioux Falls Sings”
  • APRIL 14, 2020 CITY COUNCIL RACE
  • Guest Column by Larry P. Zikmund, Veterans Cemetery Update
  • Neighborhood Watch Lessons Learned from the Problematic Parking Ramp
  • Guest Column by Lynne Keller Forbes, Executive Director South Eastern Council of Governments (SECOG): Governor’s House Program
  • Guest Column by Councilor Janet Brekke, Should Cell Phones Be Banned At Meetings?
  • A Word About Our City’s Mayor
  • Kermit Staggers Remembered
  • Guest Column by Matt and Jessica Roonney, Small Business Success: Sub Zero Desserts Grateful for Help
  • Guest Column by Councilor Pat Starr, OUR JOB IS TO GET IT RIGHT
  • Should nonprofits that receive city funds be open to more financial scrutiny?
  • Community Helps with Sandbagging
  • MAYOR TENHAKEN CREATES NEW STAFF POSITIONS
  • PROPERTY TAXES TOO HIGH? Check your assessed value
  • Aquatic Subsidies for 2019
  • Guest Column by Bernie Hunhoff, Former Legislator and founder of the South Dakota Magazine, The Importance Of A Community Newspaper
  • POLICE RIDE ALONG
  • Sioux Falls City Financial Info
  • City Ordinance mandates the use of Snow Gates.
  • PIANO NEWS
  • AUDIT OF PARKING RAMP NEEDED
  • Fourth of July Picnic Served 5,000 Citizens
  • Citizens Voice Concerns About Public Transit by Cathy Brechtelsbauer, Melanie Bliss, Phyllis Arends, and Cheryl Rath
  • PEOPLE WANT SNAPSHOT OF THE YEAR TO KNOW
  • SNAPSHOT OF THE YEAR
  • The Arena project needs a public vote!
  • FACEBOOK ETIQUETTE
  • Guest Column by Councilor Pat Starr, MY TWO CENTS ABOUT POLICE OFFICERS
  • Councilor Janet Brekke, What’s the Buzz?
The May 2020 Stehly Report hosted on www.southdacola.com

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