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Pawnee City Council Meets
01/17/2020

(KLZA)--Pawnee City will be paying the Nebraska Department of Roads to blade the snow off of the state highways passing through the community. 

Pawnee  City receives Highway allocation funds from the State and that amount will be reduced by $3,059 to remove the snow from the state highways.  

Pawnee County Sheriff Braden Lang met with the Council.  The newly appointed Sheriff says he is not planning many changes and feels the Sheriff's Office has a good working relationship with the City.

Land did note concerns about what he feels is a growing methamphetamine problem in the area. 

A water leak north of town was discussed.  Attempts are being made to determine if the leak is a city main,  a blow off line or a private line which are all located closely together.  It is a slow leak that is keeping the  area saturated.  The plan is to shut off water to each line to see if they can find the leak that way.

A quote to make repairs to seals at the sewer plant was $21-thousand. The City plans to limp along for now until they can budget for the repairs in the next budget year. 

The Council also approved the appointment of Cindy Johnson to the Library Board.

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