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19
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PCDC’S demolition incentive

On February 7, 2020, the PCDC Board of Directors unanimously voted to offer an incentive to residential property owners within Pawnee City to eliminate blighted residential property. Owners of blighted residential property are eligible to be rewarded a reimbursement of up to $2,000 to demolish and remove the property. To be eligible for reimbursement, property owners must provide documentation to the PCDC Board of Directors of the costs of the demolition project, prior to being reimbursed. Such reimbursement will be rewarded in addition to the $2,000 that the City of Pawnee City rewards for the same purpose. On February 26, 2018, the Pawnee City Council adopted Resolution No. 3. Like the PCDC’s incentive, the City Council’s Resolution #3 reimburses property owners up to $2,000 after they demolish and remove of blighted residential property. Under the terms of the PCDC’s

Wed
12
Feb
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Tea and history in Table Rock

Tea and history in Table Rock

“Let’s do a fancy afternoon tea!” my sister Sherry Winkinhofer said last month, “I’d like to start fundraising for a new roof for the Table Rock Theater.” And so begin an epic period of planning. We picked the place, the theater, of course, we picked a date, and Sherry began poring over her recipes for just the right food to serve. If you have never been to an afternoon tea, you should know that it’s not just about tea. Food is traditionally served on a three-tier tower, with fancy sandwiches on the bottom level, scones on the middle, and the most scrumptious of desserts on top. I volunteered a program about Table Rock’s big fire 100 years ago, and so it became Tea and History.

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Wed
12
Feb
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Dennis Schaardt says property tax number one issue

The friends and supporters of Dennis Schaardt need to step up the plate with help as his campaign for the legislature continues forward, he said. He is running against incumbent Julie Slama and Janet Palmtag of Nebraska City.

Schaardt said his people have been knocking on doors, trying to get the word out about his cause. He said they could use donations as the campaign seeks to compete with Slama and Palmtag on an even basis.

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Wed
12
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Sweet Second Home daycare soon to open

Sweet Second Home daycare soon to open

Drive past the Assisted Living Facility on D Street in Pawnee City and you will see the latest gem for the town.

Completion nears for the Sweet Second Home, a child care facility owned by Derek and Amanda Niss. They have been blessed with good weather through the winter so far and now look toward a March completion date.

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Wed
12
Feb
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Sisco named City Attorney

Emily Sisco is the new City Attorney for Pawnee City.

The City Council voted 3-1 Monday night to hire her. Susan Eisenhauer voted against the motion while Vickie Zelenka, Ric Helms and John Dahlgren voted for it. Helms made the motion to hire and Zelenka seconded.

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Thu
06
Feb
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State Senator Slama slams Corps over flooding

Sen. Julie Slama has come out swinging at the Corps of Engineers.

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Thu
06
Feb
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County roads ice problem

Thick ice has presented a headache for the County Roads Department.

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Thu
06
Feb
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100 years since the devastating Table Rock fire

100 years since the devastating Table Rock fire
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The most disastrous fire in the history of Table Rock began its destructive sway at 2:30 this morning,” began the front-page article of the Table Rock Argus of February 6, 1920. The article told the tale of events just hours before the paper was printed. As editor Frank Taylor and his staff Ott Barnes, Will Scism, and Dorr Tressler pulled papers off the press, fully half of Table Rock’s business district on the south side of the Square lay in charred ruins.

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06
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News Briefs

PC Speech

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Vol. 152 Issue No. 19 Eight years in Pawnee City

This issue marks the completion of eight years working for the Pawnee Republican. My boss tells me to get busy on the ninth year.

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