A re-arrangement and formalization of the Rapid City Community Investment Committee will allow members of the general public to help in deciding how funds are distributed to areas of most need. A Rapid City Journal article reports the City received $466,188 from Housing and Urban Development in 2013, an increase of about $200 more than in 2012. The new committee would be comprised of five community members and serve three year terms for a maximum of two consecutive terms.
Find information on the Community Investment Committee on the City Legal and Finance page.
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