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Pawnee City Council meets
08/04/2020

(KLZA)--Pawnee City Council members reviewed a claim for hail damage to city property that occurred during a June storm.

More than $100-thousand in damages were caused to city property including the city offices, water wells, the sewer plant, city shop and other property.

The Council approved a resolution to increase the Demolition Incentive Reimbursement amount from $2,000 to $4,000 for the demolition of nuisance properties after receipts are submitted for Council approval.

Council members also met with Pride Committee members to discuss preparation of a plan to address nuisance properties in the community.  The Council will work with Pride Committee members to develop a plan. 

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