Local ballot measures decided in South Dakota
SIOUX FALLS (AP) -- Voters across South Dakota decided several local issues in Tuesday's general election.
Chamberlain voters rejected a $5.3 million bond issue for a new events and fine arts center, residents in the western half of Miner County voted to leave the James River Water Development District over concerns about a lack of projects, and Hanson County voters defeated a proposed wheel tax to help pay for road work.
The media reports that voters in Hughes County also rejected a wheel tax increase.
The media reports that residents of Lead voted not to change parking on Main Street.