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NOBLES COUNTY BOARD

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Historically, Nobles County has offered financial support for countywide economic development through allocations to the WREDC.
In addition, a minimum of three members will “have a vested interest in” the unincorporated areas of the county.
Commissioners opted to raise their $20,816.34 pay by 2.75% for 2023, the same cost-of-living increase all employees will receive, and maintain their per-diem at $150.
The acquisition will enable Forum Communications to expand its coverage in the Sioux Falls market.
Unofficial results are from the Minnesota Secretary of State's office.
Incumbent Mike Harberts chose not to run for reelection this year, so the three will join Brad Shaffer, Tom Prins, Steve Schnieder and Joel Lorenz as board members.

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The two will join current members of the Board of Commissioners Justin Ahlers of District 1, Bob Paplow of District 3 and Bob Demuth, Jr., of District 4.
"I would encourage anyone who’s watching us on Cable 3 and says ‘Boy, I’d sure like to' … fill in the blank. I want to see ‘em go back to school. I do not want an age range on there.”
Commissioner Gene Metz asked fellow board members if they thought the program should have an upper dollar limit on what applicants could get a tax break on. He said there were several $800,000 to $1 million homes being built in his district.

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