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Pawnee City FFA project approved

(KLZA)-- Pawnee City Council members approved a plan submitted by four members of the Pawnee City High School FFA Chapter when they met last week. 

The students are needing to complete some community service projects to qualify for their state and American FFA degrees.

The students plan  to apply for grant funds and use the money to place playground equipment at the Ponderosa City pond area. 
In other business the Council set a public hearing for their June 29 meeting on a request from Tim and Dawn Friesel to vacate a portion of K Street from 11th to 13th Street;  and 12th Street from J to K Street in the Hollinshead's Addition. 

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