Change to MBC sees success in Sen., signed by Gov.
A change to the minor boundary change process proceeded through the Senate.
On unanimous votes, Senators and the Senate Education committee passed House Bill 1255, which removes the requirement for a mandatory appraisal in minor boundary changes.
“Two school boards can make the (minor boundary change) decision by resolution, take a vote and waive the appraisal,” Rep. Herman Otten told Senate Education committee members.
ASBSD supports the bill.
“This saves money. This saves time,” ASBSD Executive Director Wade Pogany testified during the bill’s committee hearing.
HB 1255 was also signed into law by Gov. Kristi Noem.
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