Trustees of National Park Community College last week postponed an April property tax election until its bond counsel can determine if the revenue can be used for capital improvements.

The college in Hot Springs wanted to ask Garland County voters for a 2.2 mill tax to fund up to $13 million of capital improvements. The county election commission set an April 10 election date, but trustees voted last week to wait.

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