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September 27, 2017

2018 Budget Set by Pennington County Commissioners

While there were discussions of increasing the county’s reserve fund as well as an option that would maintain funding levels from 2017, the Pennington County Commissioners passed on both options. However, according to KOTA News, the commission approved a small pay increase for county employees by a vote of 3-2.  Mark DiSanto and George Ferebee were the two dissenting votes.

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