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September 19, 2019

Sandy Schroth

Sound system • Antelope County Clerk Lisa Payne and commissioners, Tom Borer, Allan Bentley, Eli Jacob, Dean Smith and Charlie Henery use microphones placed in front of them at the board table for the first time Sept. 10. The board room at the courthouse is now equipped with a sound system donated by Invenergy.

Attendees at the Sept. 10 Antelope County Commissioners' meeting at Neligh's courthouse found new accommodations for hearing county business.

A new sound system, including microphones in front of each commissioner, County Clerk Lisa Payne and at the witness table, had been installed.

Commissioner Dean Smith acknowledged Invenergy officials for the donation.

"I think it is much needed, I have always felt that it was. I appreciated you doing that for the county," he said. "I think it will be a real benefit for the people sitting in the audience."

The equipment was donated by Invenergy and ins...



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