The governor of South Dakota is offering a location in that state for Wells Dairy. The Iowa business has indicated in recent weeks that it’s looking around for a place to move or expand, either at its home in LeMars or somewhere in Nebraska or South Dakota. Governor Mike Rounds and a delegation from the community of “Dakota Dunes” were in LeMars today.He says Dakota Dunes is business-oriented and offers both room for business to expand and places for people to live. The two-thousand-acre Dakota Dunes development was built between the Missouri and Big Sioux rivers barely fifteen years ago, as a planned community with both business and residential areas. Rounds says South Dakota presented Wells with an offer that includes current and future options. He says the site offers room for the dairy’s offices as well as future expansion. A development group in LeMars is also meeting this week with officials of the 90-year-old dairy.
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