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Richardson County Commissioners approve disaster declaration
03/22/2019

(KLZA)-- Richardson County Commissioners approved signing a Declaration of Disaster due to severe flood damage during their meeting Tuesday morning. 

The declaration was sent to the State of Nebraska. 

In other business the Board set two public hearings to receiving input on possibly closing roads.  Both hearings will be Tuesday, April  16.  The first will be for 709 Road east of 661 Avenue.  The seconds is to close a portion of the road knows as 648 Avenue, south of 706 Road. 

Also approved during the meeting was the expenditure of nearly $7,400 for the purchase of a roller attachment for a skid steer from Merz Farm Equipment in Falls City. 


 

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