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October 13, 2017

Rapid City Mayor Presents Options for Future of Barnett Arena

In his third public presentation, Mayor Steve Allender presented two options to bring the Barnett Arena in the Rushmore Plaza Civic Center into compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act. According to KOTA News, the third presentation of options for the arena was added due to high turnout. Another presentation will be given on October 19th at the Civic Center.

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