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Applications to serve on the parking study committee are due on July 21.
Applications to serve on the parking study committee are due on July 21.
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July 13, 2017

Rapid City Seeks Members for Parking Committee

The City of Rapid City is seeking a committee comprised by 3-5 people to provide feedback on parking issues, reports KOTA News. Committee members must attend 2-3 meetings on a voluntary basis.

Committee members will review the downtown parking study for Rapid City and make recommendations to the Rapid City Council. Applications to serve on the committee are available on the Rapid City website and are due on July 21, 2017.

Learn more about the history of parking in Rapid City on the Black Hills Knowledge Network’s issue hub or online news archive.

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