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Auburn Council Supports Nature Learning Center
03/15/2012
 

 The Auburn City Council leant its support to a proposal to turn a city-owned lot into an outdoor education center for children. 
 Kim Beger (bee-gurr) and Deb Reiman headed a group that requested city support for turning the lot at 1903 and 1905 N Street into a Nature’s Explorer area for kids in Auburn. 
 Mayor Scott Kudrna says it would be a nice feature on the square, and many children and families should be able to take advantage of the location.  (play audio  :45)
 Mayor Kudrna says the city would continue to own the lot and the only cost to the city would be an approximately $100 annual increase in the city’s insurance.
 In other business Monday, Mayor Kudrna says Norma Baker came before the council to express concerns about truck traffic on G and 10th Street.  (play audio  :27)
 G and 10th Street is one block off the designated truck route in Auburn.

 

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