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Zoom - City Council Meeting December 7, 2022 Video/Teleconferencing

“Anyone who wishes to attend the December 7, 2022  City Council meeting virtually (instead of being physically present) may do so one of two ways via Zoom: Join via computer or smart device using the link        https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89390764477?pwd=U1A1RjR6Z0E4dXlrYnA1bUFCU1NLQT09         Clicking . . .

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Sparq Meeting for the Public

  To access the City Council meeting on the Sparq Data website please use the link below: https://meeting.sparqdata.com/Public/Organization/1969  

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November 2022 EnergyWise SM Tip: Heating System Tune-Ups

November 2022 EnergyWiseSM Tip: Heating System Tune-Ups By: Energy Efficiency Program Manager Cory Fuehrer Though winter does not officially begin until Dec. 21, you’ve likely used your home’s heating system(s) by now considering, well, this is Nebraska! Most people assume since the equipment seemed to work fine when turn they turned the thermostat up, there is no reason to consider an annual HVAC tune-up or inspection. . . .

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Zoom - Planning Commission Meeting November 19, 2022 Video/Teleconferencing

“Anyone who wishes to attend the Planning Commission meeting virtually (instead of being physically present) may do so one of two ways via Zoom:   Join via computer or smart device using the link         https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82591658994?pwd=Z3psVXR1M0FzSWFnTEd3aFpkZlQxdz09             . . .

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2023 4v4 Volleyball League

David City Women’s 4v4 Volleyball League 2023 Must be 18 years or older! Wednesday evenings: January 11 th                 January 18 th                   January 25 th February 1 . . .

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August 2022 Energywise Tip: Cool Roofs

August 2022 EnergyWiseSM Tip: Cool Roofs By: Energy Efficiency Program Manager Cory Fuehrer According to the United States Small Business Administration, more than 99% (or more than 180,000) of all registered companies or commercial operations in Nebraska are classified as “small businesses.” Anyone living in rural Nebraska knows they are the lifeblood in their local communities. And, with only 10 of Nebraska's . . .

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