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Pawnee City ATV proposal moves forward

(KLZA)-- During Monday's Pawnee City Council meeting,  Pawnee  County  Sheriff Braden Lang met with the Council to review the proposed addition of All-Terrain Vehicles to the list of vehicles allowed to be on city streets 

Following discussion with residents speaking both for and against the proposal, the Council approved amending the ordinance.  The change will mean ATV's will be allowed to be driven on City Streets in Pawnee City and that the age to operate ATV's and UTV's will be brought into line with state statutes of 16 years of age.  The Pawnee  City ordinance currently requires UTV operators to be 18. 

The ordinance will now be amended and brought back to the Council for approval.

In other action Monday night the Council received the Fiscal Year 2018-29 Audit form Julie Bauman, CPA.  Pawnee City received an unqualified opinion on the audit which is the best that can be given. 

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