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Council approves new economic development programs, applauds term limits for committees

 

December 28, 2017

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Buildings that are no longer used, or potentially dangerous, may soon be demolished with the help of LB 840 funds.

Term limits were discussed for committees and boards at the Dec. 19 Kimball City Council meeting, and though council members were in favor of some limits, they later voiced a need for long-term experience on boards and committees.

Special Projects Coordinator, Amy Sapp, proposed term limits specifically for the Citizen's Advisory Committee and the Loan Advisory Committee, both under the Economic Development Board.

"A lot of the economic development organizations have term limits on their committees. The purpose is so that you don't become stagnant – you are getting new ideas, younger peop...



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