Transportation -- South Dakota -- Aberdeen -- Planning; Highway planning -- South Dakota -- Aberdeen -- Planning; Urban transportation -- South Dakota -- Aberdeen -- Finance
The City of Aberdeen and the South Dakota Department of
Transportation (SDDOT), together under the guidance of
the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), have
partnered in the development of a Master Transportation
Plan. This plan will provide...
South Dakota -- Department of Labor and Regulation; Labor supply -- South Dakota; Employment agencies -- South Dakota; Unemployment -- South Dakota; Insurance -- South Dakota; Banks and banking -- South Dakota; Securities -- South Dakota
Annual report for the South Dakota Department of Labor and Regulation.
South Dakota Development Corporation; Economic development projects -- South Dakota; Government lending -- South Dakota; South Dakota -- Economic policy
This report summarizes the activities ofthe South Dakota Development Corporation, including MicroLOAN South Dakota, MicroLOAN Express and the SBA 504 loan program for the year ending December 31, 2012.
Water quality management -- South Dakota -- Bad River Basin; Water resources development -- South Dakota -- Bad River Basin; Bad River Watershed (S.D.)
The Bad River National Monitoring Project’s goal was to assess the success of best management practice (BMP) implementation projects in Phase III of the Bad River Water Quality Project by documenting water quality and rangeland health...
Transportation -- South Dakota -- Brookings County -- Planning; Highway planning -- South Dakota -- Brookings County -- Planning; Urban transportation -- South Dakota -- Brookings County -- Finance
The Master Transportation Plan examines the current and projected state of the county’s roadway, railroad, and trails systems, and makes recommendations for the
maintenance, safety, capacity, and mobility improvements to each of these components.
Fort Sisseton (S.D.); South Dakota. Governor (1943-1947: Sharpe); United States. Army; Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945
Fort Sisseton was leased to the U.S. Army. The adjoining acres will be used as a gunnery range. Governor Sharpe also expected to sign an authorization for the relocation of American-Japanese in South Dakota.
Health education (Secondary) -- South Dakota; Health surveys -- South Dakota; High school students -- Health and hygiene -- South Dakota -- Statistics; Middle school students -- Health and hygiene -- South Dakota -- Statistics
This study represents a follow-up to the South Dakota Secondary Health studies conducted biennially since the 1997-1998 school year. The purpose of the study was to assess the status of secondary health and health education in South Dakota public...
Sustainable buildings -- Design and construction; Sustainable architecture; Architecture and energy conservation -- South Dakota; Administrative law -- South Dakota; Administrative procedure -- Government policy -- South Dakota
Summarizes state government efforts to achieve high performance green building standards in building construction and renovation projects. Report is required by SDCL 5-14-37.
South Dakota -- Public Utilities Commission -- History -- Chronology; South Dakota -- Board of Railroad Commissioners -- History -- Chronology; Public utilities -- South Dakota -- History -- Chronology; Public utilities -- Dakota Territory --...
This is brief history and chronolgy of the South Dakota Public Utilities Commission.
South Dakota -- Registers; South Dakota -- Politics and government -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
The Legislative Manual, commonly known as the Blue Book, is a comprehensive reference source on state government that is published every two years according to South Dakota Codified Law. It contains information on elected state officials, judges,...
Water quality management -- Big Sioux River Watershed (S.D. and Iowa); Water -- Pollution -- Total maximum daily load -- Big Sioux River Watershed (S.D. and Iowa); Bacterial pollution of water -- Big Sioux River Watershed (S.D. and Iowa); Sediment...
The project goal was “Improve the water quality of the Lower Big Sioux River by implementing
Total Maximum Daily Loads (TMDLs) developed for this section of the river”.