A chance of a residential replat in the Dakota Dunes Country Club area along hole 6 was brought to the attention of the Dakota Dunes Community Improvement District Board of Supervisors Monday, Sept. 21 at its monthly meeting.
District Manager Jeff Dooley stated that there’s an area that’s an acre on hole 6 that would be big enough for two houses. These two houses weren’t previously platted in the build out of Dakota Dunes. The board chose to oppose the replat because it wasn’t originally planned for the Dunes.
The board approved the final draft of the 2021 general fund budget. The expected mill levy is 3.04. The Dunes saw a growth rate of 1.64 percent so new value was added to the books at 1.64 percent which sets the estimated tax value to $605 million. With a CPI of 1.7 percent, they could collect 2.3 percent in additional tax revenue.
See full story in this week’s Dakota Dunes / North Sioux City Times.