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State lawmakers have OK'd $11.5 million in upgrades at Custer State Park.
State lawmakers have OK'd $11.5 million in upgrades at Custer State Park.
March 11, 2015

Lawmakers OK $11.5M Upgrades At Custer State Park

State lawmakers approved a financing plan to provide $11.5 million in upgrades at Custer State Park, reports the Black Hills Pioneer.

The plan includes cash upfront for the South Dakota's largest state park, with bonding authority that allows for repayment over four years with revenue from an increased franchise fee for the park's concessionaire. 

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