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Humboldt Council Discusses Highway Banners and Drug Free Zone

(KLZA)-- The Humboldt City Council last week discussed a request from the Humboldt Chamber of Commerce concerning Holiday Banners for poles on Nemaha Street, which is Highway 105. 

The Chamber is asking the City crews hang and maintain new welcome banners. The Council suggested that NPPD about hanging the banners since they have a bucket truck.  

The Council did authorize Mayor Crystal Dunekacke to sign a contract for architectural services on the Humboldt City Auditorium with Treanor Architects once the current billing rate schedule is provided by the company.

The Humboldt Council also discussed a request to declare a Drug Free Child Care area around a new child care facility in Humboldt. Research indicates that “child care” facilities are not mentioned in state statute allowing such a designation.  Councilman Dean Bogle suggested Mayor Dunekacke write State Senator Dan Watermeier to find out why child care facilities are not included.  

Cemetery Board member Art Wherry was scheduled to meet with the Council to discuss ways to invest a couple of significant monetary gifts to the cemetery. A person from out of town was unable to attend due to the weather so no discussion was held.  


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