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By Mark Mahoney
Journalist 

No decision made on courthouse security windows

 

November 26, 2020

Mark Mahoney

Safety or security • Antelope County Treasurer Deb Branstiter shares concerns about a current barrier between employees of the treasurer's office and members of the public. Antelope County commissioners did not make a decision during their Nov. 10 meeting, where Aaron Kinnan, of Kinnan Construction, presented details about the potential project.

Antelope County has not decided yet whether to install new security windows inside its courthouse in Neligh.

The board of commissioners heard a presentation Tuesday, Nov. 10, from Aaron Kinnan of Kinnan Construction near Oakdale about a potential project.

Kinnan noted in a follow-up interview that the commissioners are split on whether to have more expensive bullet-resistant – more commonly known as bulletproof – glass or cheaper shatterproof safety glass installed for certain county offices.

"The price difference between safety glass and bullet-resistant is about four times the cost,"...



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