At the 4 o’clock informational today, the City Council said they would formally oppose SB51, a bill that which would change how revenue is collected for a state tax credit. In short, South Dakota cities would be on the hook for an estimated $1.5 million in sales tax, and $440,000 of that would come from Sioux Falls.
Legislative director Jim David presented this form letter —
— which council chairwoman Michelle Erpenbach said she and Mayor Mike Huether would sign. (“Nearly assures passage in Pierre,” quipped @chuckpoint49.)