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Valuation protest deadline July 30

Nuckolls County Board

 


The Nuckolls County Board of commissioners met at the county courthouse in Nelson, Monday, at 8:30 a.m. All three commissioners were present.

The board worked through a light agenda.

The commissioners approved looking into the acquisition of an automated phone answering system for the courthouse. They tabled action on forming a CARES Act committee.

The road department reported a bridge was removed on Road 2900. It was replaced with three culverts. The project was part of the bridge match program. The repairs on the Edgar spur are said to be holding up.

The board went into executive session to conduct annual personnel evaluations of Jim Bolte, highway department foreman, and Cindy Buescher, executive secretary of the highway department.

The board returned to its regular session.

The board adjourned as the county commission and convened as the county board of equalization.

The board approved corrections to the homestead tax list presented by Susan Rogers, county assessor.

The board heard three protests on property tax evaluations. The board will reach a decision on the protests at a later date.

County residents who wish to file a protest on their current property appraisal have until 4:30 p.m., Friday, July 30. Forms are available on-line or at the office of the county clerk. They must be turned into the county clerk.

The board will meet Tuesday, July 6, at 8:30 a.m., at the county courthouse. Monday is a federal and state holiday. The courthouse will be closed Monday.

 

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