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August 17, 2017

Rapid City Council Concerned about Budget; Possible Property Tax Raises

At the recent session of the Rapid City Council, concerns were brought up regarding Mayor Allender's proposed budget for 2018. According to a report from KOTA, chief among them were a number of proposed cuts to community programs and the possibility of property tax increases should more money not be found. Council members will be looking at the budget in the near future to determine if cuts need to be made while trying to keep property taxes from rising, especially with another election season coming next summer.

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