NE county relaxing state’s strictest livestock zoning

 KWBE
July 27, 2016
By KWBE

July 27, 2016, Nebraska City, NE – Otoe County zoning administrator Dave Schmitz recently told the county board that adjustments are proposed to livestock zoning regulations that a Nebraska court called the strictest in the state.

The proposal would still require a mile separation between livestock operations and new houses, but the setbacks between houses and fields, where manure might be applied, may be scaled back. READ MORE

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