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Hall County Employment Opportunities:

Attorney - Legal Secretary:

Legal secretarial position involving but not limited to criminal and civil duties, with a great benefit package. Serious candidates MUST have: One year of secretarial experience within the past two years; demonstrate excellent computer, typing and organizational skills, and the ability to work well in a fast-paced and multi-task environment with excellent communication skills. General computer and typing testing will be performed.

An employment application completed with references is required for consideration and may be downloaded HERE and submitted electronically or picked up at the Hall County Attorney Office, 231 South Locust, Grand Island, NE, between 8:30am-5pm M-F. This position will remain open until filled.

Attorney - Deputy:
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EOE. Hall County does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age or disability in employment or provision of services. Veteran's preference is available.

The State of Nebraska, Department of Administrative Services, State Building Division

REQUEST FOR INFORMATION AND PROPOSALS REGARDING THE REDEVELOPMENT OF THE
FORMER GRAND ISLAND VETERANS HOME, ITS 47-ACRE CAMPUS, BUILDINGS, AND INFRASTRUCTURE

SOLICITATION: Request for Information and Proposal (RFI/RFP). Click here for full details.

INFORMATION/PROPOSALS DUE: ON OR BEFORE August 5, 2019, at 12:00 Noon, CDST. Please reply as directed in the RFI/RFP.

Nebraska Emergency Management Agency/FEMA

NFIP Increased Cost of Compliance Can Help with Rebuilding in Nebraska

If you have a policy with the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) and your home was damaged extensively by the severe storm, straight-line winds and flooding in Nebraska in March, you may qualify for additional coverage under your policy.

You can ask your claims adjuster or insurance agent about Increased Cost of Compliance (ICC) coverage. This applies to homes located in a Special Flood Hazard Area, or flood zone.

Under this coverage, you may be eligible to receive up to $30,000 to help pay the cost of bringing your home into compliance with your community's floodplain management requirements. Your community floodplain administrator can provide information about these requirements.

ICC coverage is in addition to the coverage for the repair of the building's actual physical damage caused by flooding.

After a flood, local officials determine whether a structure was "substantially damaged."

ICC funds can help defray the costs of elevating, floodproofing, demolishing or relocating a residential structure. ICC coverage also is available on non-residential buildings, including public or government buildings such as schools, libraries and municipal structures insured under an NFIP policy.

You must file a request for ICC within 60 days after receiving the substantial damage notification from your community.

For more information on general flood insurance questions, contact your local floodplain administrator, NFIP at 800-427-4661, or your insurance agent. You can also email FloodSmart@dhs.gov to request information in a language other than English. Information also is available at FEMA.gov and FloodSmart.gov.

Hall County GIS Department:
Flood Event Viewer

The Hall County GIS Department has developed a Web-based GIS application that shows the county roads impacted by the flooding.

Online Payments

You can now pay your Real Estate taxes, Personal Property taxes and Motor Vehicle Renewals online with your credit card. There is a convenience fee added to the payment by the payment processor (PointAndPay), full details are available at the payment link below:
Online Payments

Updated: Sheriff's Dept. Online Tools

With the release of new online tools at this web site, public safety information is more accessible than ever before.

UPDATE: You can now pay your citations online. Click here for full information.

In the Sheriff's Department section you can also find info on: Most Wanted fugitives, Arrest Warrants, Sex Offenders, as well as the daily Media Reports. You can find all of these tools and more on the [Sheriff's Department Main Page] including the Annual Report.
 


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