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By LuAnn Schindler

Supervisors approve planning and zoning commission appointments


Holt County Supervisors faced a light agenda when they met in regular session, May 16, at the Holt County Courthouse in O’Neill.

Several members of the Holt County Planning and Zoning Commissioner were reappointed for three-year terms, following a unanimous vote by supervisors.

Individuals reappointed included Keith May, District 2; Mary Kaczor, District 4; Kevin DeKay, District 5 and Frank Heying, District 6.

They will each serve through Dec. 31, 2024.

Summit Carbon Solutions representatives Eric Scovick and Derek Montgomery presented an update on the proposed carbon pipeline, which will pass through Holt County, if the project is approved.

Husker Ag CEO, Seth Harder, of Plainview, and Ben Fuller, with TurnKey Logistics also addressed supervisors regarding the pipeline. No action was taken.

In other business, supervisors:

• Approved an engineering agreement, with MRJ Engineering Company, for project C45;

• Okayed voiding a check from the visitors improvement fund to the village of Ewing, for $4,400, due to a project postponement;

• Learned from Finance Committee members that county officials remitted monthly fees to the county treasurer, as required.


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