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260VineSt

3 bedrooms, 3 baths, 1634 sq ft
$207,000
925 N 5th Avenue, Springfield NE, 68059

 

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Springfield Wednesday Newsletter: June 9, 2021


HOMETOWN SPRINGFIELD DAYS CELEBRATION HAPPENING SATURDAY

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Local Eateries: Sweet Rice Thai, Valentino's. Food Trucks: BVM the Fries Guys, Smoothies, & Funnel Cakes and Pretzels.


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Sarpy Cass Health Department

Currently vaccinating people aged 12 years and older

Any Sarpy or Cass County resident aged 12 years and older is eligible to receive a vaccine. Click here for vaccine clinics.    https://sarpycasshealthdepartment.org/myturn

In Nebraska, the age of majority is 19 years of age.  Anyone under the age of 19 who wishes to receive a COVID-19 vaccine must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian at the time of the vaccination appointment.

Information about Pfizer vaccine eligibility:

  • Must be at least 12 years of age at the time of the vaccination appointment because of the emergency use authorization age requirement of the Pfizer vaccine. 

Information about Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccine eligibility:

  • Must be at least 18 years of age at the time of the vaccination appointment because of the emergency use authorization age requirement of the Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccines.

When can I get the vaccine?

We are currently vaccinating residents aged 12 and older. Anyone, regardless of age, interested in receiving the vaccine should register for eligibility notifications at vaccinate.ne.gov.

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IT HAPPENED IN SPRINGFIELD HISTORY

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 Springfield Drug and Soda Fountain owner, Keith Hentzen, in 1994. 

When Springfield Drug owner, Keith Hentzen, opened Springfield Drug on the southeast corner of 2nd & Main Street in June of 1977, he also had a vision to add an old-fashioned soda fountain. Hentzen acquired equipment from antique stores and auctions around the Midlands to make his dream come true six years later in 1983.  The Springfield Drug and Soda Fountain represents the history of pharmacies combined with soda fountains from years ago. The Soda Fountain draws customers from near and far who love to stop by for a special ice cream treat and explore the special collection of medicinal and soda fountain antiques.  Whenever Hentzen has a chance to step away from his pharmacy duties, he loves to serve customers an ice cream treat and chat a while. That what makes Keith Hentzen, along with Springfield Drug and Soda Fountain, Springfield’s special treat.


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We are open for IN-PERSON worship!  We will continue to stream LIVE on Facebook.  We are asking for pre-registration for attendance.  Please contact the office 402-253-2270 to get your reservation!

Sunday Services at 9:30am

Tune into our Facebook page for live streaming Sunday Services at 9:30am.

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Clements

May 7, 2021

The Nebraska Legislature adjourned the 2021 Session early on May 27.  A call for a special session this fall will take place to address redistricting, which could not be done during the regular session due to the delay of the federal government getting the information out to the states.  Again, I would like to update you on other legislation that passed this session.

A bill dealing with rural broadband availability, LB 388, passed with a unanimous 49-0 vote.  It creates the Nebraska Broadband Bridge Act, providing $40 million dollars over the next two years to fund grants to unserved and underserved areas around the state to improve high speed broadband internet service.

Intended to increase demand for Nebraska food products, LB 396, creates a Farm-to-School Program.  The program will provide locally grown and minimally processed food to elementary and secondary school students.  Additionally, it provides hands-on learning opportunities such as farm visits, school gardening, cooking demonstrations, and composting programs.

LB 644 requires counties, cities, school districts, and community colleges to hold a joint public hearing to pass a resolution or ordinance when the property tax asking grows over two percent.  It requires notification by postcard to the affected taxpayers by the political subdivision seeking to increase their property tax request.

Finally, regarding telehealth, LB 400 changes telehealth laws in Nebraska.  It allows patients to provide verbal consent during an initial telehealth visit, instead of previously having to first provide written consent before receiving treatment.  With the new verbal consent standard, written consent is required within 10 days.  Moreover, LB 487 prohibits medical insurance companies from charging higher rates for using telehealth services.

Feel free to contact me or my staff for assistance, information, or questions on issues.

You may reach me at: Senator Robert Clements, State Capitol Room 1120, Lincoln, NE 68509.

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M.U.D. & OPPD customers can apply for

new state rental and utility assistance program

 Renters and landlords who are struggling financially because of COVID-19 can now apply for assistance with rent and utilities under the state’s new Emergency Rental Assistance Program. The program, which recently launched, is funded through the U.S. Treasury as part of a federal coronavirus relief package.

Omaha Public Power District and Metropolitan Utilities District want to encourage customers who qualify for the program to apply. Customers within Douglas County, the City of Omaha, Lancaster County, and the City of Lincoln do not qualify for the state’s program because those areas are receiving federal funds directly. They will operate rental and utility assistance programs separately from the State. 

 To learn more about the state’s program, customers should visit coronavirus.nebraska.gov. They can also call 1-833-500-8810 to reach the state’s contact center for more information, including eligibility guidelines, documentation requirements, and additional utility assistance programs.

 To apply, visit: https://mcrcares.servicenowservices.com/nebraska_rental_assistance

 Customers may reach utilities directly to find out what other financial help may be available:

  • For information on M.U.D.’s assistance program, customers may visit mudomaha.com/covid19relief or call 502-554-6666 in the Omaha area, or toll-free outside of the area at 1-800-732-5864.
  • OPPD customers may visit oppd.com/EAP for more information. Those within the Omaha area can also call 402-536-4131 or 1-800-536-4131 toll-free, outside of the Omaha calling area.

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Coming together is a beginning; keeping together is progress; working together is success.

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Thanks to all Springfield E-Newsletter readers. 

Connie Manzer

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NebraskaRealty

Buy or Sell with the Best!

 Molly Amick

It's a great time to buy OR Sell.
Call me today for a
FREE Market Analysis of your home!
402.957.0374
molly@nebraskarealty.com 

260VineSt

3 bedrooms, 3 baths, 1634 sq ft
$207,000
925 N 5th Avenue, Springfield NE, 68059

 

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