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Creation of Regional Housing Authority discussed

(KLZA)-- Creating a regional housing authority to include Falls City and Pawnee City is being discussed by the City Council's for both communities. 

Anthony Nussbaum, Housing Director for both Falls City and Pawnee  City told both Councils this month that the Pawnee City and Falls City Housing Authorities have been in a joint operating agreement since 2018.

Nussbaum explained there would be no changes for residents of the two housing authorities other than new leases. Funding sources would remain the same.  

Advantages of merging the housing authorities is to save the burden of doubling up work on the administrative side, it could save some money in bookkeeping, insurance, auditing and advertising.  It could also give the authority more purchasing power when purchasing appliances and such.

The Pawnee City Council suspended the three reading rule and approved the ordinance during their October 13th meeting. The ordinance passed on first reading during Monday evenings Falls City Council meeting.  


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