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City to add new position

The City of Kimball plans to hire a Community Service Officer to assist the Kimball Police Department with tasks such as abatement processes and stray dog calls.

“We are going to ramp up our abatement processes,” Kimball Mayor Keith Prunty said. “This officer will be responsible for making abatement letters and tracking them.”

The CSO will be a part-time position, according to Kimball City Administrator Dan Dean.

The force, with four full-time and three part-time officers, finds that much of their time is needed for higher priority calls.

“I am so excited to get this position,” Chief Andy Brem...

 
 
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