Supervisors Explore Investments Print
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Tuesday, 24 April 2018 13:43

The second regular April meeting of the Kearney County Board of Supervisors was held April 17 in the courthouse assembly room. County Treasurer Barb Lynn attended the meeting to answer questions about the County’s investments.
She reported all of the County’s funds are drawing interest. Some investments are in the form of CDs spread among the County banks while most of the funds are held in money market accounts. First Bank President Kelley Ayres and Minden Exchange Bank President Arlen Osterbuhr were also in attendance. They helped outline interest rates, CD rates, and their banks’ involvement in the community and county.
Veterans Service Officer Michael Pittner requested permission to attend a national training conference in Reno, Nevada. By attending the training Pittner would become an accredited Veterans Service Office with better access to resources that would improve veteran services in Kearney County. He noted the training will not only benefit the County’s veterans but also those in surrounding counties who don’t have an accredited Veterans Service Officer and help lessen the work for state officers.

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