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Tension continues at Antelope County courthouse

 

November 21, 2019

Sandy Schroth

Road concerns • Antelope County Commissioners discussed the condition of 846 Road, south of Neligh, from increased traffic associated with the Thunderhead wind farm project. County officials requested the turn radius, built on a private easement Invenergy has from the Klein family, allow public use for access to Nebraska Highway 14. New millings were laid on 846 Road for approximately 200 feet last week.

With a full board seated at the table, the Antelope County commissioners addressed dust issues on a county road for the second week in a row.

Commissioners Carolyn Pedersen and Regina Krebs, who were appointed to fill vacancies the week prior, were sworn into office by Linda Mitchell, Antelope County court magistrate, prior to the nearly six-hour meeting at the courthouse in Neligh last Tuesday, Nov. 12.

Tension appeared as issues arose regarding timing of agenda disbursement to commissioners, continuing during discussion about 846 Road, the Law Enforcement Center Fund and a claim presented...



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