Meade County Won't Reduce Land Values Despite Drought

 

A county commission in western South Dakota has decided not to reduce agriculture land values despite the continued drought.

 

The Black Hills Pioneer reports that the Meade County Commission recently voted against the assessment adjustment. The adjustment was proposed by the county's director of equalization to reduce agriculture land assessments by 26 percent to account for the drought.

 

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