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Auburn Council to seek grant
03/14/2019

(KLZA)-- The Auburn City Council approved moving forward with an application for an Historic Preservation Grant request when they met Monday evening. 

The total fund would come to $14,675 with the City share not to exceed three-thousand dollars.  If approved the funds would be  used to  have a Peru State College intern research a number of historical properties in Auburn and also help create an historic logo. 

In other business the Council approved a request to change the width of a portion of “G” Street, from 80 to 70 feet for approximately one-half block. The change will allow a property owner to construct a storage shed. 

Requests to use the city street for a 5K run by Educational Service Unit #4 and to close Highways 75 and 136 for the Nemaha County Fair Parade this summer were also approved. 

Council members also approved $1,500 in funding assistance for the Blue Rivers Agency.  


 

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