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Public input sought for Fort Kearny Master Plan via digital platform

LINCOLN, Neb. – People may provide input on the proposed Fort Kearny Master Plan via the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission’s website.

An open house was held for the master plan June 22 in Kearney, but Game and Parks is inviting the public to provide additional input on future development of the state historical park and state recreation area through a digital platform. The platform can be accessed through July 16 by visiting outdoornebraska.gov/fortkearny or outdoornebraska.gov/fortkearnysra.

The platform is set up to be as similar to the open house as possible with five boards available for comment. There is no registration for the site.

Public input can make a difference in the future development of these two areas. Anyone with questions while on the site can click the “Contact Us” link.

The proposed master plan strikes a balance between historic preservation and recreation opportunities for current and future visitors.

About Jerry Kane

Jerry Kane is the news manager with the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission. He can be contacted at jerry.kane@nebraska.gov or 402-471-5008.

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