Supervisors Consider Interlocal Agreement with University

Due to a conflict with the 2022 General Election, the first November meeting of the Kearney County Board of Supervisors was held on November 1.

Supervisors Wayne Anderson and Nathan Avery had been to the recent NIRMA meeting where the First Amendment was discussed. Anderson explained it has become more common for people to film in public places in an attempt to get a reaction out of officials. He shared some tips for how to handle the interactions without interfering with the individuals’ right to free speech.

On the same subject, Avery suggested the County look into putting up signs to notify the public that certain areas in the courthouse and County buildings are for employees and authorized personnel only to help protect County employees.

see November 9 Courier for full story