Rapid City Opt-Out Fails
Rapid City voters turned down a measure to opt-out of the state’s property tax freeze. The plan would have increased property taxes and given more money to local schools.
Voters turned down the opt-out 58 to 42 percent.
But, those on both sides of the issue now say more work can be done to help education funding in the future.
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