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A Final Voters Guide to the Civic Center Expansion Project
March 8, 2015

A Final Voters Guide to the Civic Center Expansion Project

On Tuesday, March 10, Rapid City voters will decide whether or not to build the $180 million expansion onto the Civic Center. This Rapid City Journal article offers a breakdown of the proposal, what the proponents and opponents say about it, it's financing, and what will happen if it passes or fails.

For a complete list of polling stations in Rapid City, click on this link.

Check this archives site for past news articles on the Civic Center and the proposed expansion.

Further information on the expansion project can be found on this Knowledge Network resource page.

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