RAPID CITY, S.D. (AP) - Rapid City's City Council is planning a number of street, sewer and water improvements with money from a new $22 million bond issue.
Mayor Sam Kooiker says two of the most pressing jobs are improvements to Dyess Avenue and Seger Drive, which are major streets in the city.
One $14 million project will rebuild Seger Drive and part of Dyess Avenue, and install new water and sewer lines.
Other projects will extend water and sewer coverage to parts of the city. They will be finished over the next three years.
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