City and MECA nearing resolution over vote to extend terms

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Posted: Tuesday, April 1, 2014 12:00 am

City of Omaha and MECA officials may be nearing a resolution in their dispute over the length of MECA board members' terms.

The Metropolitan Entertainment and Convention Authority said this week that it would convene a special board meeting Thursday. That's more than three weeks before the next regularly scheduled meeting — and before the end of the 30-day deadline the city gave MECA to reverse its move to extend board terms or risk the end of its contract.

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