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NE Sheriff No Longer Required to Live in Courthouse Apartment

December 11, 2017  | 

The sheriff of Adams County, NE, will no longer be required to live in an apartment inside the county courthouse, reports the Associated Press.

The Hasting Tribune reports that Adams County supervisors approved a measure earlier this week getting rid of the county's longtime requirement.

Beginning with the term in January 2019, the county will no longer provide living quarters for the sheriff. The new resolution says the county board should set the sheriff's salary accordingly.


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