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Kimball staffing concerns and fiscal report


The Kimball City Council received a report on the fiscal year 2014-15 from Terry Galloway of Almquist, Maltzahn, Galloway and Luth, the City’s certified public accounting firm from Grand Island.

Major capital events in the city exceeded $10,000 but was reported with good detail, according to Galloway, and debt grew by more than $559,000 including the $750,000 bond for needed repairs and upgrades for the south substation.

“It is quite an achievement in today’s world, having good financial reporting for your taxpayers and citizens being transparent to everybody out there, so very good o...

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