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The South Dakota Licensed Beverage Dealers and Gaming Association(SD-LBDGA), formerly the Licensed Beverage Dealers of South Dakota (LBDSD), is a non-profit trade association governed by an executive board and district board of directors.  Our primary function is serving and protecting YOU, the retail liquor licensee.

 

 

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Coronavirus Update Tuesday, April 28th, 2020

 

Governor Noem held a press conference today releasing an outline of a “Back to Normal” plan for the state of South Dakota.Please click on the link below to view the “Road to Recovery” Plan that was presented:


https://covid.sd.gov/docs/COVID_SDPlan_BackToNormal.pdf


 Thank you.

 SD Licensed Beverage Dealers and Gaming Association

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Coronavirus Update Monday, April 27th, 2020

 
 The Rapid City Council held a special meeting last night to discuss the re-opening of businesses that were closed by an ordinance placed on March 27, 2020.
There was a vote amongst the council (7-2) to re-open these businesses immediately once the resolution is publicized with restricitions in place which were outlined at the meeting.  You can view those restrictions as well as the entire presentation which includes the guidelines that will be enforced for these businesses by going to the City of Rapid City's website under "meetings". There was one major change made to the restrictions regarding capacity limits which originally stated "1 customer for every 125 sq. ft." which has now been removed and changed to being based upon 50% of the stated occupancy of each particular business.  All other restrictions including maintaining the six-foot distance that the Mayor outlined remain the same.
We will continue to keep you posted as additional information is known on this matter.
 Thank you.

 SD Licensed Beverage Dealers and Gaming Association

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Coronavirus Update Monday, April 20th, 2020

The Rapid City Council met on Monday, April 20th for their regularly scheduled council meeting to discuss amongst other agenda items the upcoming expiration date of April 22nd for non-essential business closures and whether to extend that date further due to COVID-19.

 

After a long discussion amongst the council regarding their thoughts on the right time to re-open businesses again in Rapid City, the vote passed 6-3 to extend it another week pushing the expiration date to Wednesday, April 29th. A special meeting will be conducted on Monday, April 27th to review and discuss further what the next step will be.

 

The Mayor stated he has drafted a plan to re-open businesses which he has discussed with the South Dakota Dept. of Health.

 

We will continue to keep you posted as additional information is known.

 
Thank you.

 

SD Licensed Beverage Dealers and Gaming Association

 

(Click here to see original ordinance put into place)

 

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