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Mitchell City Council Wraps Up Budget Hearings

The Mitchell City Council wrapped up its budget hearings Tuesday night after hearing from several groups requesting funding.

Mitchell Main Street and Beyond received 43,000 dollars.

The Mitchell City Band received a 500 dollar increase to 10,500 dollars. 

The Mitchell Prehistoric Indian Village received 15,000 dollars for a marketing and advertising campaign. 

The Dakota Discovery Museum received 7,500 dollars for advertising. 

The Lake Mitchell Development Committee received funding and a department home.  61,000 dollars will be moved into a reserve fund into the Parks and Recreation’s budget.  The Parks and Rec Department will supervise the lake committee. 

The Corn Palace Stampede Rodeo Committee asked for and received 75,000 dollars for bleachers at the rodeo grounds.

A third city budget hearing which had been scheduled for Thursday will not be held.

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