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Friends and Neighbors: Matsutani elated to return to his outdoor Nebraska roots


John Verser

Kent Matsutani has been on the job at Oliver Reservoir for about 50 days. After a 37-year career with the NRCS, he has been helping clean up the site for the South Platte Natural Resources District.

As the summer warms up, Kent Matsutani hopes to be able to replace the toilet paper more often in the Oliver Reservoir restrooms.

Matsutani, who recently retired from the National Resources Conservation Service, spends four days a week at the site as summer help employed by the South Platte Natural Resources District. During his first 50 days on the job, he has done everything from cleaning, mowing and more to make the park a more useful and friendly place to those who use it.

"I enjoy this," he said. "Even though, with all the rain and everything, it's been wonderful to talk to a lot of th...

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