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During the Oct. 10 meeting, Auburn City Council approved a dog park proposed to be created and managed by the city north of Longs Creek Village assisted living facility at 1322 “U” Street.
The council approved an off-leash dog park lease agreement between the City of Auburn and the Evangelical Lutheran Good Samaritan Society— Auburn. The 10-year lease involves the north 280 feet of Lot One of the Evangelical Lutheran Good Samaritan Addition to the City of Auburn. It stipulates that the lessee (city) will keep the premises in clean condition, in good order and thoroughly maintained as a public area for public outdoor recreational use as an off-leash dog park and compatible uses.
Mayor Scott Kudrna said the offleash dog park and lease agreement were modeled after similar ones in Lincoln.
In a related matter, the council also at that time approved a $13,012.06 bid with Springbok Fencing of Tecumseh for 1668 feet of 42-inch woven wire fencing with entry ways, tree removal and chemical application. That work nears completion and the facility is expected to be available for use this spring.
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