- Associated Press - Wednesday, November 4, 2015

RAPID CITY, S.D. (AP) - Businessman and former state legislator Stan Adelstein is clashing with neighbors over a proposed access road to remote property he owns near Mount Rushmore National Memorial.

Adelstein wants the Pennington County Commission to declare his property legally isolated. The designation would clear the way for an access road, possibly across the property of neighboring landowners.

The attorney for one of the neighboring landowners accuses Adelstein of refusing to negotiate a price for a road easement. Adelstein and his attorney say they’ve tried to communicate with the neighbor but her attorney won’t return phone calls or emails.

The Rapid City Journal reports (https://bit.ly/1NdIP3s ) that the County Commission on Tuesday directed Adelstein to negotiate with neighboring landowners before coming back to the group.

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Information from: Rapid City Journal, https://www.rapidcityjournal.com

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