Board accepts Rasmussen’s bid to accommodate sheriff’s office
OK Bottle awarded two liquor licenses.
Rasmussen Mechanical Services of Kearney will install an air conditioning unit in the Dawson County Sheriff’s Office.
In a Dawson County Commissioners meeting Friday, Brandon Kjar presented Rassmussen’s $113,622 bid to the board.
Kjar, facilities maintenance supervisor of the sheriff’s office, said Rasmussen, and its eight technical support people, can do all the work and provide support on the new unit.
Commissioners accepted the bid for the project estimated to start in June.
On another matter, the board learned that support and security updates will not be available for Windows XP.
Client-Server Technology Group of Omaha has recommended that the Dawson County courthouse replace 30 workstation computers.
After Dawson County emergency manager Brian Woldt presented CSTG’s bid for the machines commissioners recommended he get additional quotes.
In other business, OK Bottle Shoppe of Gothenburg had two applications for a special designated liquor license approved.
The first was for a Rotary After Dark Club to serve alcohol at the Gothenburg Chamber of Commerce’s Pony Express Barbecue Challenge April 25-26 at the rodeo grounds.
The second application was for a beer garden at the annual Pony Express Rodeo July 3-4.
In other business, the board approved paying Double L Enterprises veterinary clinic in Kearney $2,700.
A police dog was sent there for surgery to remove wiring it had ingested.
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