Job Postings

Job Postings may be placed for free by League of Nebraska Municipalities Members.  All others will be charged 55 cents per word.  Ads will remain on the website for 30 days unless otherwise requested.  If you have any questions or would like to place an ad, contact Lynn Marienau.

Full-time Maintenance Worker. Village of Eagle is accepting applications for a full time Village Maintenance Worker. This position requires a variety of duties including the operation and maintenance of the wastewater treatment plant & water system, street repairs, snow removal, brush chipping & mowing. Municipal or maintenance background desired. Candidate must have a valid Nebraska driver’s license. Certification as a Class IV Water Operator and Class II Wastewater Operator are required within 18 months of employment. Salary is negotiable and dependent upon qualifications. Benefits package includes health, dental, vision, disability/life insurance, paid vacation and sick leave. Applications can be obtained at the Village of Eagle office located at 540 C Street in Eagle, NE. Contact the Village of Eagle office at 402-781-2748 with any questions.

Posted Nov. 19, 2015

Recycling Trailer. City of Pawnee City, Nebraska has for sale one (1) 2011 Dempster 10-Bin Recycling Trailer including a large cardboard bin.
The Recycling Trailer can be seen on 445 6th Street, Pawnee City, upon appointment. Bids should be submitted to City of Pawnee City, PO Box 206, Pawnee City, NE  68420. Deadline is Jan. 25, 2016. For more information or photos, contact Tammy Stephens, City Clerk or Clint Johnson, City Foreman at 402-852-2781 or e-mail pcityhall@neb.rr.com. The City of Pawnee City reserves the right to reject any and all bids.

Posted Nov. 19, 2015

City Manager. Welcome to Sidney, Nebraska where you can enjoy small town values and big time opportunities. About 7,000 people call Sidney home and as a regional commercial center for the Nebraska panhandle, the daytime population swells to nearly 15,000. Sidney is truly a full-service city. It operates under council-manager form of government and oversees all typical municipal operations in addition to its own electrical distribution system and full-service general/business aviation airport. The City currently has 82 employees and has recently approved a $49.8 million budget.
Business is booming in Sidney. Approximately $300 million in public and private investment has been added to the community in the form of development and infrastructure projects within the past 3 years. With oversized infrastructure already in place, the city is positioned very well to continually attract significant business and residential development for the foreseeable future. The next City Manager will lead the team that writes the history of this period for Sidney.
Sidney is just 170 miles from Denver and 100 miles from Cheyenne. Some of the best downhill skiing in the world along with all of the recreational opportunities and beauty of the Rocky Mountains are within easy reach. While Sidney is near several world-class attractions, the quality of life within Sidney is also hard to beat. The city owned Hillside Golf Course offers a beautiful and high quality 18-hole golf experience at minimal cost and connects to a continuous six mile hike and bike trail system. The recently opened 120,000 square foot Sidney Regional Medical Center is a full service critical care hospital and surgical facility that hosts a number of medical specialties. Class sizes are small and academic performance is high within the Sidney Public Schools. Sidney is home to the corporate headquarters of Cabela's, a $3 billion Fortune 700 company and the World's Foremost Outfitter. While Cabela’s employs 2,000 people and is easily the area’s largest company, five other private companies employ in excess of 100 people each, helping to diversify the overall economy.  The City of Sidney needs someone with demonstrated success within each of the city's identified key accountabilities (see recruitment brochure). If you have at least 7 years of municipal government experience, a minimum of three years in a manager role and are open to relocating to Sidney, Nebraska, you are a candidate that we want to meet. The recruitment brochure is available at www.jdgraygroup.com/current-searches. The first review of applications will begin on Dec. 14, 2015. To apply, please visit www.jdgraygroup.com/current-searches.
If you have questions, please contact:
Jason Gray
JDGray Group
972-885-6472 (O)
469-396-9640 (M)
The City of Sidney is an equal opportunity employer.

Posted Nov. 13, 2015

Finance Director. Town of Jackson is seeking a Finance Director, Salary: $83,100 - $120,398 (DOQ) Demonstrated abilities in municipal budget preparation, oversight, and reporting, (total budget of $35.7 million), demonstrated abilities in risk management including partially self-funded health insurance programs, and municipal investments.  BS in finance, accounting, business, public administration or related field and five years professional experience as a municipal government finance director or similar position.  Preferred qualifications include CPA and/or CPFO. Deadline:  il November 30, 2015.  Send to:  Town of Jackson, Assistant Town Manager, P.O. Box 1687, Jackson, WY 83001.  Phone: (307) 733-3932 x1107; e-mail: rrobinson@ci.jackson.wy.us.  EEO Employer.

Posted Nov. 12, 2015

Assistant to the City Manager. Brookings, SD (pop. 22,056) is seeking a results oriented professional to assist with implementation and execution of a wide variety of municipal services and programs involving all departments.  Under the direction of City Manager, will serve as project manager for various special projects, programs and services.  In addition, responsible for overall strategic and operational planning, implementation, and direction of City’s information services. BS in Political Science, Business Administration or related field required.  Master’s degree in Public Administration preferred.  Three (3) to five (5) years of progressive responsible public sector experience in an administrative supervisory capacity essential. Strongly prefer prior local government service.  Salary range - $54,425 to $73,477.  Visit www.cityofbrookings.org for detailed position description.  Submit letter of interest, detailed resume and current salary information to: Attn:  Donna Langland, Human Resources Director, City of Brookings, PO Box 270, Brookings, SD 57006.  dlangland@cityofbrookings.org   Phone:  605.697.8668/FAX 605.697.8661 AA/EOE

Posted Nov. 9, 2015

Stormwater Program Manager. City of Grand Island, NE, is seeking a highly qualified professional to fill the role of Stormwater Program Manager.
Experience in environmental permitting or compliance is preferred. Equivalent to a bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in engineering, environmental studies, science, or a closely related field with emphasis in environmental compliance. Possession of, or ability to obtain and maintain, a valid driver’s license. Ability to obtain NDOR or EPA certification in areas of erosion and sediment inspection and design within 12 months of hire. Salary range: $21.09 - $29.75 per hour plus excellent benefits.

Position will remain open until filled. Candidates are subject to a background check and post-offer/pre-hire physical and drug screen. Apply on-line at City website: www.grand-island.com/jobs. EO/AAE/M/F/D/V/G

Posted Nov. 4, 2015

Wastewater Plant Operations Engineer. City of Grand Island, NE, is seeking a highly qualified professional to fill the role of Wastewater Plant Operations Engineer.
This position will perform professional level engineering duties related to the wastewater treatment plant; plan, organize and supervise plant process operations within the wastewater treatment plant; determine and oversee implementation of all process control adjustments; and perform a variety of technical tasks relative to wastewater treatment plant operations.
Requirements include: five years of increasingly responsible experience in professional engineering related to wastewater, including two years of supervisory or lead responsibility. A bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering or a related engineering field is required. Possession of, or ability to obtain and maintain an appropriate valid driver’s license. Possession of, or ability to obtain and maintain Class IV Wastewater Operator Certificate within 18 months of hire. Also, must be registered as a Professional Engineer (PE) in the State of Nebraska at the time of application. Registration as a Professional Engineer (PE) by another state will be accepted in lieu of this requirement providing the applicant is registered by the State of Nebraska by the completion of the introductory period (6 months). Salary range: $67,316.04-$96,153.74 annually plus excellent benefits.

Position will remain open until filled. Candidates are subject to a background check and post-offer/pre-hire physical and drug screen. Apply on-line at City website: www.grand-island.com/jobs. EO/AAE/M/F/D/V/G

Posted Nov. 4, 2015

Library Director. City of Fremont. Administrative and professional library work in managing and directing the Library Department/Keene Memorial Library. Work involves responsibility for planning, directing and coordinating all activities of the Library Department/Keene Memorial Library. Subject to general policies established by City of Fremont, the employee in this class is responsible for planning long-term development of the library program. An employee in this classification is expected to exercise considerable independent judgment. Considerable authority for performance of administrative activities is delegated to this employee and major emphasis for the work is for overall administration and coordination of library services and activities. Employee acts as chief administrative officer for Library Board. Supervision is exercised over staff of professional, para-professional, clerical, and semi-skilled employees. Supervision is received from City Administrator.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Plans, organizes, and directs library services and programs that are provided to the community. Works with Library Board and City Administrator to determine long term strategic plan and identify library service goals and objectives. Prepares the library budget; exercises purchasing and budgetary controls; prepares specifications for library equipment, supplies, and materials; monitors contract compliance; expends gifts and trusts as directed or approved by donors, oversees collection development, working with library staff to build & maintain appropriate collections of print, non-print and electronic materials for the library. Responds to customer inquiries about the collection.
Evaluates results and recommends policies, procedures, and actions to achieve program goals and ensures that they conform to municipal, state, and federal laws and accepted library ethics, principles and best practices. Prepares statistical reports, surveys and an annual report for submission to the city and state bodies.
Selects, hires, schedules, supervises, either directly or indirectly, all employees of the library system; evaluates library and employee performance. Works with Human Resources Department on hiring, training and disciplinary procedures.
Ensures compliance with the collective bargaining agreement, personnel policies and departmental regulations; takes corrective action when necessary.
Monitors, plans for and implements facilities and grounds care and maintenance. Determines capital budget needs and makes requests, prepares specifications and obtains bids for products and service agreements.
Confers with other state, county, municipal officials, citizens, clubs, and other community organizations. Makes presentations, explains library objectives, policies, and services. Participates in community activities and programs, presenting lectures and talks about library services.
Acts as liaison to library support organizations and trusts; provides guidance, communicates library needs and assists and supports these groups.
Plans for, implements and evaluates library marketing efforts, communicating available services, materials and programs to the public. Works with library staff to prepare appropriate information publications, signs, mailings, website and social media postings to promote library services and programs.
Maintains awareness of current library applications of technology. Plans for the purchase, implementation and use of computer technology, software and internet applications to support library programs and services.
Performs other work which is consistent with the essential functions of the job.
Extensive knowledge of the principles, methods and best practices of library administration. Extensive knowledge of community needs and interests in relation to library services including sensitivity to a diverse community. Knowledge of reader interest levels, of books, authors, non-print materials and electronic resources. Knowledge of the book publishing and distribution industries and library service providers.
Knowledge of library computing technologies, internet and social media applications and standard office productivity and communication software. Thorough knowledge of sound methods of management in relation to the operation of a growing public library. Knowledge of municipal, state, and federal ordinances and statues pertaining to public libraries their services.
Ability to lead in times of significant change. Ability to analyze library needs and to evaluate library services.
Ability to speak and to write effectively. Ability to work with diverse individuals in government, on staff and from the public in a positive and professional manner.
Ability to maintain positive staff morale.
Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with major course work in liberal arts or related field supplemented by a completion of an accredited master's degree in library science; and thorough experience in professional library work in a supervisory capacity, experience in developing and monitoring budgets and experience in dealing with building and grounds issues or any equivalent combination of training and experience which provides the desirable knowledge, abilities and skills. GRADE  27.5 PAY; UNION  NO; FLSA  Exempt

Posted Oct. 30, 2015

Treasurer/Assistant City Administrator. City of Gibbon seeks full-time City Treasurer/ Assistant City Administrator. This long-term position will oversee financial functions of city including, but not limited to, municipal accounting and budgeting, payroll, accounts receivable, accounts payable, utility billing and customer service; will oversee staff and policy decisions in absence of City Administrator; and will perform other duties. Successful candidate will have knowledge and abilities in areas of budgeting, finance and human resource management; must possess strong written and verbal communication skills; must have ability to carry out city policies and be able to work with public and city employees. Position will be performed with general instructions from Mayor and City Council, under direct supervision of City Administrator. Bachelor Degree in a related field is preferred, but relevant experience with a strong accounting background will be given consideration. Full-time position with full benefits; salary dependent on qualifications and experience. Interested candidates should submit cover letter, resume, and three work-related references to Mayor Deb VanMatre, City of Gibbon, P.O. Box 130, Gibbon, NE 68840 or via email gibboncityhall-mayor@nctc.net. Questions may be directed to Chris Rector, City Administrator, at 308-468-6118. Application review will begin immediately. Position to remain open until filled.

Posted Oct. 29, 2015

Economic Development Director. Trinidad, Colorado, is the county seat and most populous city in Las Animas County. The ED Director is a new position, reporting directly to the City Manager. See complete position profile for education and experience requirements. Annual salary range is $68,000. View complete position profile: http://bit.ly/SGROtherOpportunities.

Posted Oct. 23, 2015

City Administrator. Baldwin City, Kansas is seeking a City Administrator who will provide visionary leadership to the organization, build strong relationships with community partners, and be integrated into the fabric of the community. The City Administrator is responsible for all operations of the City, hires department directors and all other city employees, and is responsible for development of the annual budget. The City Administrator is appointed by the Mayor with confirmation by the five-member City Council.
The position requires a bachelor’s degree and at least five years of local government experience, including supervision and management.
The expected hiring range is $90,000 – $110,000, DOQ. Residency within the City of Baldwin City is required within six months of employment.
Applications will be accepted electronically by The Novak Consulting Group. Apply online at thenovakconsultinggroup.com/jobs. Applicant information will be kept confidential. Open until filled, first review of applications Nov. 23, 2015.
Questions should be directed to Patty Gentrup at apply@thenovakconsultinggroup.com or 816-217-9397.

Posted Oct. 22, 2015

Clerk/Treasurer. City of Randolph (pop.944) seeks a qualified individual to serve as its next City Clerk/Treasurer with potential administrator and supervisory duties. A degree in Public Administration, Political Science or a related degree is required. Experience may be substituted for education at the discretion of the mayor and city council.  Experience in local government is highly desirable.  Good communication, organization, interpersonal and computer application skills are required.  Knowledge of municipal finance, economic development, grant writing and utilities is a plus.  City of Randolph offers a competitive salary and benefits commensurate with education and experience.  Applications will be reviewed as received.  Position open until filled.  Send letter of interest, resume, 3 references and salary history to City of Randolph, P O Box 457, Randolph, NE 68771 or by e-mail to citrand@cableone.net.  City of Randolph is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Posted Oct. 21, 2015

Director of Public Works. A progressive leader is needed to become the newest member of our city manager’s executive staff team! Located in the heart of Kansas, Salina is the 10th largest city and the county seat of Saline County. City of Salina's Public Works Department includes:
 - 87 personnel from 7 divisions, operating out of three facility locations
 - Engineering, Streets/Stormwater, Traffic Control, Flood Control, Solid Waste (Landfill), Sanitation, Central Garage Divisions
 - Employees value the importance of customer service, a commitment to excellence, and professional ethics.
Our next director will have a commitment to our values, a strategic approach to leadership, continuous improvement and community service. Other qualifications include:
 - Bachelor’s degree in civil engineering or closely related field
 - 10 yrs. progressively responsible management and engineering or public works experience
 - PE licensure preferred
For more information or to apply, go to www.salina-ks.gov. Salary: Up to $123,115 DOQ plus excellent benefits. Position is open until filled with first review on Oct. 23, 2015. EOE

Oct. 20, 2015

Solid Waste, Water, Wastewater Operator. The Village of Pilger is currently accepting applications for full-time employment in the areas of solid-waste, water and wastewater operations, street maintenance, and grounds keeping. This position will be full-time, 40 – 45 hours per week position with benefits. Applicant must be able to work Saturdays. Pay rate will be determined by qualifications and past job experiences.
 Applicant must be able to obtain a state water and waste water certification within the first year of employment.  Applications will be accepted from current holders of a state water and/or waste water certification. 
Applicant must also have a current Driver’s License, a high school education or above, have good record keeping skills, be self-motivated, be able to work with minimal or no supervision, be able to work with the public, and must be able to lift 20 lbs. frequently and occasionally lift up to 75 lbs.  Applications can be obtained from the Village of Pilger Temporary Clerk’s Office located at 135 N Stanton Street or by email at pilger@cableone.net.  Applications must be received by 4 p.m. on Nov. 19, 2015 to be considered for this position. Selected applicants will be scheduled for an interview with the Village of Pilger Board of Trustees.
The Village of Pilger is an EOE.

Oct. 14, 2015

City Clerk. Starting Salary: $4,448 - $6,259 / monthly depending on qualifications and experience. Submit application and resume if desired to: Human Resource Department, 400 E Military, Fremont, NE 68025. Closes 10-23-2015 or www.fremontne.gov. Position is responsible for performing a variety of functions that involve maintaining various City records.  Activities involve supervising office personnel and office management practices and procedures involved in municipal government. Work involves responsibility for record keeping, licensing, and council support. Incumbent works closely with the City Administer and department heads.

Essential functions: Plans and supervises the work involved in maintaining official city documents and records, including books, papers, deeds, title papers, contracts, judgments, and other records. Prepares council agenda and provides required notices as required. Attends Council meetings and maintains record of its proceedings and its ordinances and resolutions; directs the official publication of notices and ordinances; accepts communications for the Council; maintains the City Seal; administers oaths; maintains knowledge of and interprets data and statutes pertaining to the office; issues licenses and special permits. Trains, assigns and distributes work of office assistant as required.  
Requirements: Graduation from high school, including or supplemented by course work in office management practices and procedures; considerable responsible experience in office and record keeping work including experience in an administrative and/or supervisory capacity; or any equivalent combination of training and experience that provides the following knowledge, abilities, and skills. Preference will be given to experience in city government.

Requirements: Thorough knowledge of the policies and practices of the City of Fremont relating to public records. Considerable knowledge of office management practices and procedures, including record keeping methods and practices, office functions, regulations, and procedures; and the functions, structure, and operating routines of municipal government.
Ability to direct and coordinate the work of others; to train employees in work methods; to prioritize and delegate work and to meet multiple deadlines. Ability to plan, assign, and supervise the work of personnel engaged in a variety of office and clerical activities. Ability to establish and maintain positive and effective working relationships with employees, Mayor, council members, vendors, and the general public.

Working Conditions: Work is performed primarily in an office setting with normal conditions of heat, humidity, fumes, odors, or dust. Work involves considerable public contact in responding to the public. Must be able to move boxes of records and to maintain vault.

Posted Oct. 13, 2015

Utilities Superintendent. City of Oakland is accepting applications for full-time Utilities Superintendent position to oversee water and wastewater treatment plants. Successful applicant must possess or have ability to obtain a grade 3 water operator license from the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services and a grade 2 wastewater operator license from the Nebraska Department of Environmental Quality within six months of hire. Primary duties include operating, maintaining and repairing of the City’s water treatment plant, storage reservoirs and distribution system,(including water meters) and operating, maintaining and repairing of the City’s wastewater treatment plant, lift stations and collection system. Additional duties include but are not limited to sampling, testing and reporting as required by law, and supervision of all employees within the utilities department. Additional requirements necessary for the position are strong mathematic and biology skills, the ability to lift 100 pounds from ground to waist on occasion, and experience working on aerial lift equipment to heights of 60 feet. Experience with equipment such as front end loaders, backhoes, skid steer loaders, and dump trucks are all preferred. Wage is commensurate with experience and is subject to a specific  probationary period. The successful applicant will receive a benefits package to include employee and family health insurance, retirement plan, sick, vacation and holiday pay. Requirements include graduation from high school or equivalent and a valid Nebraska driver’s license. Applicant must be 18 years of age or older and must pass a drug test. Please submit a resume and application to the City of Oakland, 401 N Oakland Ave., Oakland NE 68045. Applications can be obtained by contacting the City of Oakland at (402) 685-5822 or by emailing oakland@skyww.com. Application will be accepted by the City Clerk until the position is filled.
City of Oakland is an EOE. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, age, national religion, color, sex, age, national origin or disability and the position is subject to a veterans preference

Posted Oct. 12, 2015

City Administrator. Oakley, Kansas (pop. 2,075; $4.1 million budget; 27 FTE’s), is a friendly community located an hour west of Hays on I-70. The City is looking for an ethical, professional leader with a bachelor’s degree and at least 3 years of local government experience. MPA is preferred. Salary $60K-$70K DOQ. Send cover letter, resume, and 3 professional references to LEAPS-Oakley@lkm.org or LEAPS-Oakley, 300 SW 8th, Topeka, KS, 66603. EOE. Open until filled. Application review begins Nov. 16.

Oct. 9, 2015


City Manager. Canton, SD (pop. 3,049). Starting range $70K to $90,000. The City desires that the ideal candidate for the City Manager position possess a solid educational background and related experience with demonstrated ability in solving complex problems and leading teams. Background and experience required: BA (Master’s Preferred) Degree in Public Administration, Planning, Business Administration or related field and have a minimum of 2 years of public sector managerial experience in a municipal setting. Position profile is available at www.brimgroup.com. Send letter of interest and electronic resume to Canton@brimgroup.com by Oct. 27. Please direct questions to Richard Fursman at richardfursman@brimgroup.com or (651) 338-2533.

Posted Oct. 6, 2015 

City Utility Superintendent. This position manages public works in the Village of Callaway.  Supervise the construction and inspection of all utility services, street maintenance and construction, wastewater treatment, water and sewer system operation, storm sewer, light, park, pool and cemetery.  The Utility Assist general public on issues of planning, policy and procedures. Manages all employees.


Supervises the operation of Public works structures, grounds and facilities; reviews plans, reports, budget estimates and proposed light, water and sewer ordinances; reviews audit, claims and fund balances of public works; participates in design of street improvement districts; sewer extension districts and other public projects; sets public works priorities; supervises the design of street paving, water, light, park, pool, cemetery, sewer, and storm sewer construction projects; reviews design work done by consultants, makes field inspections to ensure proper qualities of work and adheres to safety standards; receives and solves complaints from the public; assist other departments reviewing subdivisions for engineering.  Make recommendations to the City Council and Planning Commission concerning public works projects. Train, manage, motivate and evaluate assigned personnel; work with employees to correct deficiencies; complete related personnel matters. Participate in the development and administration of the utility budget; forecast the funds needed for staffing, equipment, materials and supplies; monitor and approve expenditures.  Represent the department to personnel from other departments, outside agencies, developers, and contractors.  Monitor and evaluate the efficiency and effectiveness of operational methods and procedures; recommend, within departmental policy, appropriate service and staffing levels; continuously monitor and evaluate the quality, responsiveness, efficiency and effectiveness of assigned maintenance, repair, and construction programs, methods and procedures. Maintain location records of city water and sewer line locations, manholes, and valves. Researches and plans the construction, repair, and maintenance of departmental activities. Supervise repair and modifications to water and sewer lines and lift stations. Ensures safe methods and practices are used by employees in accordance with state and federal regulations. Respond to citizen questions, complaints and requests for service; meet with members of the community to assess issues and problems; identify and recommend solutions; transmit information to members of public to demonstrate resolution of problems. Perform other duties and responsibility as assigned. Send cover letter and resume to Callaway@gpcom.net or P.O. Box 157, Callaway NE 68825

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Legislative News

Items of Interest to Municipalities

League of Nebraska Municipalities announces Executive Board membership
Alan Michl, Exeter Village Board Chairperson, to serve as president

Alan Michl, Exeter Village Board Chairperson, will serve as president of the 2015-16 Executive Board of the League of Nebraska Municipalities. The election was held at the League’s annual business meeting in Lincoln in conjunction with the League’s 2015 Annual Conference.

York Mayor Chuck Harris will serve as president-elect of the organization’s board; Sidney Vice Mayor Wendall Gaston, will serve as Vice President, and West Point Mayor Marlene Johnson will remain a member of the board as past president.

Directors elected to the board are the following: Jean Stothert, Mayor of Omaha; Rita Sanders, Mayor of Bellevue; Fred Feldges, Council Member of Alliance; Sue Fuchtman, Mayor of Norfolk; Deb VanMatre, Mayor of Gibbon; Chris Beutler, Mayor of Lincoln; Dwight Livingston, Mayor of North Platte; and, Gerald Solko, Council President of St. Paul.
Representatives on the board are the following: Rod Storm, City Administrator of Blair; Susan Kloepping, Clerk/Treasurer of Cozad; and, Randy Woldt, Utilities Superintendent of Wisner.

The 15-member Executive Board is the governing body of the League of Nebraska Municipalities. The group formulates the League’s policy and philosophy. Each year, the board approves a budget, which determines how much revenue is necessary and available and where it will be allocated. Board members also set policy concerning League programs and legislation.

The League of Nebraska Municipalities is a nonprofit organization of cities and villages that was established in the late 1800s to represent municipalities in the Legislature. The League’s functions include sponsoring educational seminars, publishing a magazine and newsletters, representing its member cities and villages on state advisory boards and answering technical questions. The top priority is representing its members in the legislative process.







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