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LOCAL GOVERNMENT

Plans coming for June meeting, project could go to bid as early as December, officials say
Members of the public submitted more than 25 questions during Tuesday's forum.
The candidates -- Jeff Bathke, Lance Koth and Ben Krohmer -- share similar goals to move the state forward by keeping “big government” limited
Six to be on the ballot for June 7 election

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According to Schroeder’s memo to the council, the city received two quotes for the west and south side window replacement project. Mitchell-based Puetz Design Build submitted a quote for $218,589, while Driggs’ quote amounted to $72,500.
Mitchell Chamber of Commerce Government Affairs Committee sponsoring informational evening
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“What they found is that if that wetland is in place and we take out half the sediment, then eventually — with about 10 or so refills of the lake — the remaining sediment would get sufficiently rinsed out if the water coming in is cleaner,” DWU biochemistry professor Paula Mazzer said of the findings from the student-led lake project.
One amendment to help improve competition at some smaller schools
Meeting slated for Monday at Mitchell Career and Technical Education Academy

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Leaders who support the Corn Palace staff taking over the summer gift shop say the revenue made from sales can bring the facility closer to operating without a deficit.
“There are 22 cities in the state of South Dakota that have the hotel BID tax, and 21 of those have a $2 BID tax that doesn’t have a sunset date,” Everson said, noting Mitchell is the only city with a BID tax that amounts to $1.50.
Proposed rate increases could raise monthly water bills by 18% from the current rate for residents using 5,000 gallons per month.

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