Western Nebraska Observer - Observations all along the line - Kimball & the Southern Panhandle First

Goodbye and welcome back at City Council


Tonia Copeland

Mayor Keith Prunty, left, presents John Morrison with a plaque commemorating 18 years of public service.

Kimball City Council said goodbye to council member John Morrison at the regular council meeting on Tuesday, Dec. 20, ending 18 years of public service.

Morrison's four-year term on the council was up, and following the election on November 8, former council member Kim Baliman and James Shields each won a seat on the board.

Morrison began his public service on the Kimball Economic Development Committee in September of 1998. In April 2003 he sat on the Planning Commission and in September of 2007 he added the Board of Adjustment.

Service on each of those boards was completed in April 2012 an...

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