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Sunriver voters to decide in May on $7 million levy for new Public Safety Building

The Sunriver Service District Board voted Monday to ask voters in the resort community for a 10-year, $7 million capital improvement levy in May to help fund a new Public Safety Building to replace outdated police and fire facilities. Another $3 million will come from the district itself and $8 million from county room tax revenue.

KTVZ News Team


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  1. We should dump 100 times more money into public safety so this place don’t turn out like the liberal cities sparked from George Floyd riots

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