Council Approves Hazard Mitigation Update Print
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Tuesday, 12 June 2018 17:04

Mayor Ted Griess paid tribute to Chris Klahn at the June 4 Minden City Council meeting for his work in taking the reins at the cemetery since Ralph Layton’s retirement. He also noted Ryan Hurst and his crew did an excellent job stepping up and getting the pool ready for opening day.
In order to be eligible to receive federal funds in the event of a natural disaster, areas must have a Hazard Mitigation Plan in place. The City of Minden works with Tri-Basin NRD to participate in a multi-jurisdictional Hazard Mitigation Plan. Klahn, Hurst, Jim Huff, Tom Brown, and Matt Cederburg recently worked with Tri-Basin to update the plan.
The updated plan was presented to the council. After a review of the changes, the council approved Resolution 1681 adopting the Tri-Basin NRD Hazard Mitigation Plan update.

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