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Classifieds … Broadcaster Press 5 September 11, 2018sure bet! Call 624-4429 A www.broadcasteronline.com Classifieds … South Dakota 624-4429 Survivors Of State Historical Society A sure bet! Las Vegas Shooting Urged To Offers Property Tax Classifieds … A sure bet! Apply The Broadcaster 624-4429 For Expense Reimbursement PIERRE, S.D. – South Dakotans who were but says shooting survivors should not hesivictims of the 2017 Route 91 Harvest Festival tate to apply. Classifieds “Funds from the program can be used by … mass shooting in Las Vegas have until Oct. A sure bet! 624-4429 out-of-pocket expenses such as 1 to apply for reimbursement for current or survivors for future out-of-pocket expenses that resulted The Broadcaster medical bills or counseling co-pays that are from the event. W. Cherry, Vermillion, SDnot covered by insurance,” she says. “Even 201 The Nevada Victims of Crime Program those survivors who don’t have any eligible says records indicate 57 tickets for the expenses now are still encouraged to apply Classifieds the program before the Oct. 1 deadline concert were sold to South Dakotans. So far for … only four of those ticket holdersA sure bet! 624-4429 have applied just in case they incur any future expenses for reimbursement. Out of the total 21,210 that might be covered by the program.” The and outside of the tickets sold both withinBroadcaster Ticket holders are encouraged to apply to United States, 79 percent of the ticket holders the Vegas Strong Resiliency Center website 201 W. Cherry, Vermillion, SD have not yet applied. VegasStrongRC.org or by calling 1-833-299Stephanie Pierson, the director of the 2433. South Dakota Victims’ Services Program, says The Route 91 Harvest Festival shooting The Broadcaster Classifieds … this is a national outreach effort by Call state 201 dead and Vermillion, A sure bet! the 624-4429left 58 peopleW. Cherry, 851 injured. SD of Nevada to ensure shooting victims have South Dakota’s Victims Services Program an opportunity for reimbursement. She said is part of The Broadcaster Classifieds …the South Dakota Department of 201 W. Cherry, her program has not received any calls from Public Safety. A sure Vermillion, SD South Dakotans who attended the concert,bet! 624-4429 Classifieds … A sure bet! Broadcaster 201 W. Cherry, Vermillion, SD • 624-4429 1340 PIERRE, S.D. – South Dakota State Historical Society officials remind property owners that Nov. 1 is the deadline to apply for the state property tax moratorium. This eight-year moratorium is for restoration and rehabilitation work completed on historic sites during 2018. A new application for certification is necessary for every year that work is undertaken. Property owners who have undertaken rehabilitation or restoration projects in 2018 may apply for a property tax moratorium for completed work. State law encourages historic preservation of private property by providing an eight-year property tax break. Fifteen properties across the state were approved by the State Historical Society board of trustees for the program in 2017. “These approvals are significant,” said Jay D. Vogt, State Historical Society director and state historic preservation officer. “If an historic building qualifies for the tax benefit because of certified improvements, an eight-year delay is placed on the property tax assessment. The assessments may not be increased due to certified rehabilitation of the building.” The state property tax moratorium is available for buildings listed on the National or State Register of Historic Places and rehabilitated in accordance with the Secretary of the Interior's Standards for Rehabilitation. “The property tax moratorium is an example of how history can have an economic impact on the state,” Vogt added. “The 15 projects approved for the program in 2017 represented over $6.27 million in private investment in South Dakota’s historic buildings.” For more information about the State Historic Preservation Property Tax Moratorium, contact the State Historical Society at 605-773-3458 or visit the society’s website at history.sd.gov/preservation and click on Funding Opportunities in the right column. Part-Time PART-TIME MANAGEMENT Manager at Morgen Square Part-time position Part-time manager/maintenance at Morgen Square, 10-12 hours per week. 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