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Public Defender appointed in Nemaha County Nebraska

(KLZA)-- The Nemaha County, Nebraska Board of Commissioners  have appointed a Public Defender. 

During the October 16th meeting the Board approved the recommendation from the Nemaha County Public Defender Policy Board to appoint Keith Kollasch of Auburn to the position. 

The appointment is for a 4-year period and will pay Kollasch $51,600 per year the first two years and $52,80 per year for the final two years of the contract. 

Commissioners also met with Jim Oestmann of the Auburn Agency and Jim Garbina from the Harry Koch Insurance Aency regarding the increase in health insurance premiums for Nemaha County.  Garbina presented several different palns for the Board to review.  No action was taken. 

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