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Gov. Ricketts and Sen. Slama to visit Falls City and Auburn
08/12/2019
Pete Ricketts Senator Julie Slama

(KLZA)-- Nebraska Governor Pete Ricketts and State Senator Julie Slama of Peru announced that they would be holding a town hall meeting in Falls City.

The meeting will take place Tuesday, August 13th from 10 to 11 A.M. at the Falls City Elk's Lodge at 1417 Stone St.

The Governor and Senator will make remarks before taking questions. This event is open to the public.

In addition, Governor Ricketts will make remarks in Auburn at the Auburn Rotary meeting at noon Tuesday which takes place at the Arbor Manor Motel.

At 2:00 P.M. Governor Ricketts will tour Cargill Value Added Meats at 2601 Industrial Road in Nebraska City.

 

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