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Humboldt City Treasurer Resigns
07/24/2017

(KLZA)-- The City of Humboldt is currently without a City Treasurer. 

Mark Novak who served as Treasurer on a part-time basis submitted his resignation, which was effective immediately during the July 18th Council meeting.  

A letter from Nebraska Department of Roads District 1 Highway Engineer Tom Goodbarn was reviewed during the meeting. The letter informed the City the retaining wall and sidewalks along Highway 105 through Humboldt are City property and maintenance is the responsibility of the City.

Concerns have been raised recently about rust and mold on the retaining wall as well as some fencing issues that need attention.   

In other business members of the Southeast Nebraska Cancer Memorial Garden Committee met with the Council to discuss a memorandum of understanding concerning maintenance and upkeep of the area. Concerns about insurance coverage for the facility was also discussed.  Further discussion will take place during the next Council meeting.  
The Council also voted to accept reservations for approximately 25 spacs for camping at the Lake Park on August 21.  The spots are normally available on a first-come-first served basis.  


 

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