Supervisors Buy Skidster, Have Final Clean Up Figures

The Kearney County Board of Supervisors held its first of two June meetings on June 7 at the Kearney County Courthouse.
The first agenda item the supervisors discussed was with Barb King of the Minden Senior Center and Meredith Collins of Community-Action Partnership of Minden Nebraska dealing with a funding increase.
Currently the county budgets $5,000 for the center but with cuts coming from the federal level the pair were here in advance of next year’s budget process to discuss the need for more assistance.
The Minden Community Services, Inc., which owns the building is wanting to change is agreement with Community-Action Partnership. The proposed items will be paying rent and also being responsible for all the utilities.
“This will be kind of hard to do for us,” said King. “We want to see if we can rent the center out more and help with the expenses.”

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