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By LuAnn Schindler

Supervisors approve land purchase for future site of district six shop


LuAnn Schindler | SAM

Mapping it out • (clockwise, l-r): Holt County Supervisors Darrin Paxton, Doug Frahm, Scott Keyes, Duane Neiman and Dustin Breiner review a map of land, during Friday's meeting. (Supervisors Bill Tielke and Josh Treptow are present.) Supervisors unanimously approved the purchase of land to relocate the District 6 shop.

The District 6 shop, located in Stuart, will eventually have a new home. Holt County Supervisors approved the purchase of eight acres, from the village of Stuart, for the project.

The county will pay $6,400 per acre. The motion, presented by Darrin Paxton, and seconded by Duane Neiman, passed unanimously, Friday, during the board's regularly-scheduled meeting. Chairman Bill Tielke said the property is located on the north edge of the village, across from the rodeo grounds.

A project timeline was not discussed on Friday.

Paxton told fellow supervisors he met with Stuart officials earlier last w...

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