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County eliminates position
12/13/2019

(KMZA)--Nemaha County Commissioners have eliminated a county position.

Following an executive session at their meeting Monday, the Commission voted unanimously to eliminate the position of assistant emergency preparedness director, effective immediately.

Steve Duryea had held the part-time position for the past 11 years.

Commission Chairman Gary Scoby signed a letter to be sent to Duryea informing him of the Commission's decision.

No reason was publicly stated for that decision.

The commission also held an executive session with windfarm attorney James Neeld, who called to speak to commissioners by phone. Also present during the closed-door session were county Road and Bridge Supervisor Dennis Ronnebaum, Bruce Rinkes with Cook, Flatt and Strobel and County Attorney Brad Lippert.

Following the executive session, Commission Chairman Gary Scoby stated they are still working on the haul route and road use agreement for the Soldier Creek Windfarm.

The road use agreement will set out which county roads will be used to transport construction materials and ultimately turbine components for the windfarm to be located in the southern portion of the county.

 

 

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