The Kearney County Board of Supervisors met November 21 for their second regular meeting of the month.
KCHS CEO Luke Poore attended the meeting to discuss an opening on the KCHS Board of Trustees. Ed Alderman has served on the board since 2006 and recently expressed his willingness to give someone else the opportunity to serve. His term concludes at the end of December. Supervisor Wayne Anderson is contacting individuals to determine if they would like to fill the vacancy.
Poore reminded the board that according to their bylaws, only two trustees can reside inside Minden city limits and there are already two Minden residents on the board. The trustees will discuss candidates and the possibility of revising the bylaw to allow another board member to be a Minden resident during their next meeting on November 29. Their decision will be submitted to the supervisors for approval at the next meeting.
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