Wanted: Public's suggestions on 'turn-back tax' grants for north Omaha

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Posted: Friday, September 13, 2013 12:00 am

The North Omaha Historical Grant Committee has planned a public hearing at 6 p.m. Monday at North High School, 4410 N. 36th St., to get input on grants to benefit cultural or historical or both projects; or to assist with the reduction of street or gang violence that benefit defined areas of North Omaha.

State law says that 10 percent of tax money turned back to the City of Omaha from the state each year must be used in areas with high concentrations of poverty. An application process will be determined and announced once the representatives have heard from the community.

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