Inclusive playground

The large sign in front of the old playground equipment that will be removed from Neligh Park (white tubes, slides, monkey bars) shows the inclusive playground that will take its place.

The City of West Point and West Point Chamber of Commerce now have an agreement that puts in writing some of the services the city should receive from the Chamber and what the Chamber should receive in return for its work.

City Administrator Tom Goulette said there never has been a formal agreement with the Chamber. In October when the city’s first draft of the agreement was discussed, Goulette said one reason an agreement is needed is because the city uses LB840 funds to cover its annual contribution to the Chamber for economic development work it provides.

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