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Riley County Commission Meeting Minutes – August 18

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The Riley County Board of County Commissioners met in regular session on Monday, August 18th. Below are the final approved minutes from the meeting. August 18 Commission Meeting Minutes – Click To View (PDF)

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Beatrice City Council To Hold Public Hearing Reguarding Annexation

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Beatrice City Council will host a public hearing Monday, August 4th on proposed annexation of several properties on the east side of the city, including Beatrice State Developmental Center, Evergreen Cemetery, and a number of residential properties. The meeting is set for 7 p.m. at the Beatrice City Council meeting.

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Nemaha County Commission To Hold Public Information Meeting

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Nemaha County Commissioners will host a public information meeting Monday, August 4th. An architect representative will be present to talk about the proposed jail construction. The meeting will begin Monday evening at 7 p.m., in the meeting room of the Pioneer Building at 710 Pioneer Street in Seneca. In related business, Commissioners at the July 21st meeting voted to approve ...

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Nemaha County Commission Meeting Notes

Nemaha County Commissioners met Monday. Diana Younghans, Senior Services/Public Transit Director reported on a possible grant that could fund establishment of a senior center in Seneca. Clarification regarding a state law concerning taxation of property destroyed by a natural disaster was discussed. A resident affected by this situation would complete and submit an application to the Board of Commissioners for ...

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Legal Questions Raised At Marysville City Council Meeting

The Marysville City Council met Monday. First order of business was the challenge of approving minutes of the previous meeting. Following discussion, an amendment was offered, which resulted in a 3-3 tie, with the mayor voting no. Following further discussion, a motion to approve as presented also resulted in a 3-3 tie, with the mayor voting yes. That accomplished, the meeting continued. The council voted to ...

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Trailer House Destroyed By Fire Southeast Of Marysville

The Marysville Fire Department answered a call Monday morning at 16th and Pheasant Roads. A trailer house being moved had slid into the ditch. While work was being done to move it, the trailer house accidentally caught fire, destroying it.

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Highway K-9 Remains Closed Following Train Derailment

The Kansas Department of Transportation advises that Highway K-9 from Frankfort west remains closed following the train derailment Monday. It is hoped that it will reopen sometime Sunday, weather permitting, as work continues on cleanup and crossing replacement.

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Marysville Public Library To Close Temporarily For Renovation Work

The Marysville Public Library is alerting citizens that the library will temporarily close for renovation work on Monday, June 9th lasting through Sunday, June 22nd. The library will continue to take reservations for the Summer Reading Program via telephone at (785) 562-2491. During the closing, all library services will be suspended. Normal operations will resume on Monday, June 23rd.

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Washington County Commission Meeting Minutes – May 5

The Board of County Commission for Washington County met in regular session on Monday, May 5, 2014 in the commission room at the Washington County Courthouse. Members present: Alison Mueller, 1st District Commissioner, Chairman; Roger Otott, Vice Chairman, 2nd District Commissioner; and Gary Ouellette, 3rd District Commissioner. Denae Dimler, County Clerk, was present to record meeting minutes. Next regular meeting ...

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Snow Days Prompt Calendar Changes At USD 113 & USD 364

USD 113, Prairie Hills reminds patrons that the district will have school Friday, April 18 to make up for a snow day. Marysville USD 364 will not have class Monday, April 21 as only one snow day was used this past winter.

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