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Auburn law enforcement agreement extended
11/20/2017

(KLZA)--The Auburn City Council last week approved continuing an interlocal agreement with Nemaha County for the Sheriff’s Office to provide law enforcement services in the City.

The City will pay $319,000 for law enforcement, city ordinance enforcement and animal control. This will be the fifth year of the agreement.  

Mayor Scott Kudrna says the system works well, although he encourages Auburn residents to call the Sheriff’s Office when they have an issue.

Kudrna encourages Auburn citizens who see an ordinance violation or has concerns to call the Nemaha County Sheriff’s Office direct and tell them where the violation is occurring. The Mayor said the public has seemed reluctant to call the Sheriff’s Office, which he says there was no problem calling City police before the agreement.

Auburn disbanded the City Police Department the first year of the contract and the City Police officers became Nemaha County Deputy Sheriff’s.

 

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