SIOUX FALLS, SD -
The debate over whether to build an events center has been one of the key issues in Sioux Falls for quite some time now. But, it will soon be answered.
A special election slated for November 8 will give voters a decisive voice on the issue and early voting begins Tuesday.
If you know you'll be out of town or not able to make it to the polls, you can contact the Minnehaha County Auditor's office
to pick up an absentee ballot and cast your vote.
The project, if passed, would not cost more than $115 million. The special election will cost the city around $45,000.
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Also, the city will hold a public meeting Monday night to go over the details of the proposed events center. It's scheduled for 6:00 at the Downtown Library.
Officials will make a 20-minute presentation before taking questions from the public. A second presentation is scheduled for Thursday at the Oak View Library.
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