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Nemaha Co NE Board Discusses Damaged Road
06/20/2017

(KLZA)-- The Nemaha County, Nebraska Board of Commissioners met with Phil and Teresa Walker during their June 14th meeting to discuss damage to the turning land on Industrial Park Road, due to Phil Walker’s pickup catching on fire. 

Walker presented a letter from his insurance company. Nemaha County will file a claim with American Family Insurance to cover the cost of the repairs to the turn lane. 

Pieters Construction has submitted a bid for the repairs in the amount of $2,750.

In other business during the meeting Board members confirmed the appointment of Robert Sherman of Peru to the Veterans Service Board. His term will expire in 2022. 

An agreement was approved with Lancaster County Youth Service Center for juvenile services.  The agreement calls for Nemaha County to pay $276 per day when utilizing the service.  

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