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Nome City Council Begins Discussion on Real Property Sales Tonight

A long table with a gavel resting on it. American flag in background.
Empty Nome City Council room. (Photo by Brisa Alarcon, KNOM).

The Nome City Council has the quiet agenda for their first regular meeting of the month tonight. 

The council plans to approve the dates for the Board of Equalization meeting and begin discussions on selling some city owned real properties. The Nome Planning Commission recommends allowing unused city property to be sold over-the-counter if nobody bids on the property. Those discussions will begin tonight. 

The meeting is accessible to the public via Zoom and in-person at City Hall in Nome. The regular meeting begins at 7pm tonight.

Image at Top: Empty Nome City Council room. (Photo by Brisa Alarcon, KNOM).

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