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Technical Project Systems, LLC invites thePlankinton Preservation Society, Inc.to participate in aPUBLIC DISCUSSIONof aPlankinton Economic Enhancement Plan September 14, 2004Plankinton, South Dakota: 

Technical Project Systems, LLC invites the Plankinton Preservation Society, Inc. to participate in a PUBLIC DISCUSSION of a Plankinton Economic Enhancement Plan September 14, 2004 Plankinton, South Dakota

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Plankinton Economic Enhancement Plan : 

Plankinton Economic Enhancement Plan Discussion Overview Finances and Relocation Enhancing Plankinton Historical Preservation and Funding

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The old Miller andamp; Meade elevator circa 1999

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The famous Newell Nine, Plankinton’s all-brother baseball team of the 1920’s, were contemporaries of the Sweep Hotel.

Plankinton Economic Enhancement Plan : 

Plankinton Economic Enhancement Plan Finances and Relocation

Plankinton Economic Enhancement Plan : 

Plankinton Economic Enhancement Plan Ciavarella Estimated Grant Budget

Plankinton Economic Enhancement Plan : 

Plankinton Economic Enhancement Plan Estimated Budget with Foundation Replace

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Example of historic foundation replacement

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Plankinton Economic Enhancement Plan Estimated Budget with Relocation

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The Taft Hotel in Chamberlain was relocated and accepted into the National Register of Historic Places.

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Sweep Hotel circa 1930. The Sweep Hotel straddles the lot line and was built on two full lots of property.

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The Sweep Hotel today. Less than five feet separate the structures with a lesser distance to property line.

Plankinton Economic Enhancement Plan : 

Plankinton Economic Enhancement Plan Financial / Site Conclusions New foundation is needed; relocation and inside replacement are cost competitive Relocation is easier with higher quality possible; old foundation cleanup for land exchange Replaced foundation borders close to property line, riskier and messier project in tight quarters

Plankinton Economic Enhancement Plan : 

Plankinton Economic Enhancement Plan Enhancing Plankinton

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Initial view of Sweep Hotel entering Plankinton resembles any house and competes with view ahead.

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The 'Sweep Peep'. Seconds later the entire Hotel is behind the Plankinton visitor.

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The Economic Enhancement Plan integrates the Hotel into a design for maximum visibility and potential.

Plankinton Economic Enhancement Plan : 

Plankinton Economic Enhancement Plan Benefits of Economic Enhancement Plan Integrated design for maximum effect: Main Street proximity, Hotel, caboose, track, sunlight, views Potential development as a historical rail museum, hunting info center, rest stop, business center Self-marketing design in zero budget environment of advertising and operating funding Immediate proximity to Central Business District

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The proposed Plankinton Economic Plan places the integrated design immediately adjacent to the Business District.

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Plankinton Economic Enhancement Plan City Planning Benefits of Economic Plan Site cleanup and filling Main Street void Portray a positive and memorable image of Plankinton to frequent or random visitors Honor heritage as a railroad town and serve as a source of community pride Tie-in to Main Street project and 2006 celebration City and visitor park, ice skating rink possibilities

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The grain company is open to negotiation over grain sheds located behind the proposed railroad land site.

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Plankinton Economic Enhancement Plan Sweep Hotel Project Task Ranking Site preparation and foundation Structural repairs and roof Exterior renovation Interior renovation of right (museum) side of Hotel and utility systems Interior renovation of left (residence) side of Hotel and utility systems

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East view from the proposed site. Easy-to-locate tract with potential for Westside / Memorial Park relocations.

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West view from the proposed site. Stunning view toward the setting sun and remnants of the historic Plankinton rail center.

Plankinton Economic Enhancement Plan : 

Plankinton Economic Enhancement Plan Enhancing Plankinton Conclusions Integrated plan designed for maximum visibility and tourism potential Self-marketing will be important in zero advertising and operating budget environment Low-cost city planning project with exciting future possibilities for development and consolidation

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Plankinton Economic Enhancement Plan Historical Preservation and Funding

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The Economic Plan directly addresses National Register criteria and exceptions with a strong site selection.

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Plankinton Economic Enhancement Plan Funding Mechanism Federal DOT Transportation Enhancements grant appropriation subject to public usage rules and historical review by SD State Historical Society Section 106 Review - SDSHS determines effect, if any, of the project on eligibility for inclusion in National Register of Historic Places Application and acceptance in National Register through SDSHS necessary for grant eligibility

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Example of historic architecture supporting National Register criteria 'C' – closely spaced gabled windows

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Example of historic architecture supporting National Register criteria 'C' – block style and unusual overhang

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One of the earliest photos of the Sweep Hotel that can serve as a basis for restored balcony architecture.

Plankinton Economic Enhancement Plan : 

Plankinton Economic Enhancement Plan Discussion Overview Finances and Relocation Enhancing Plankinton Historical Preservation and Funding

Plankinton Economic Enhancement Plan : 

Plankinton Economic Enhancement Plan Conclusions Ongoing economic events of the last 20 years have made it critically important to take advantage of economic opportunities as they present themselves The Sweep Hotel has the potential to enhance Plankinton’s economy as an integrated historical tourist attraction and community showcase Community involvement and affirmation can make the Plankinton Economic Enhancement Plan a reality

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Plankinton Economic Enhancement Plan Governor Mike Rounds From 2010 Initiative Address at Mount Rushmore National Memorial October 15, 2003 Our small towns must to choose to exist…The state won’t dictate to our small towns how to ensure prosperity, but we’ll give support and backing to their ideas, and help to make their communities viable into the future.

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