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NRD Board adjusts Richardson County well permit rules

(KLZA)-- The Nemaha Natural Resources District Board of Directors voted during their December meeting to remove an area west of the Muddy Creek in Richardson County from a 300 point minimum score requirement for well permits.

Data helped determine the area west of Muddy Creek should be removed from the 200-point minimum score.

This area will now be in accordance with the District rules that any well permit application must score 201 points or more to be approved.

In other action the Board approved the lower of two bids received for one new concrete restroom at Iron Horse Trail Lake in Pawnee County and one at Kirkman's Cove near Humboldt. 

CXT company was awarded the bid in an amount of $35,850. It was the lower of two bids received.  

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