4 Nebraska cities engage in bidding war for $121M state veterans home

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Posted: Wednesday, June 12, 2013 12:00 am

LINCOLN — Like a high-stakes poker game, four central Nebraska cities laid down their cards Tuesday in a bidding contest for a new $121 million state veterans home.

City councils in Kearney and Hastings held last-minute meetings to sweeten and finalize their offers just prior to an afternoon deadline. Representatives from North Platte hand-delivered a new, more lucrative proposal.

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