Crime Log 3-8-11
As mayor, Jim Suttle said he is getting things done. And he doesn't plan on stopping.
"That's what we will continue to do in a second term-get more things done," Suttle said.
Suttle is running for a second term against four candidates-Brad Ashford, Dave Nabity, Jean Stothert and Dan Welch.
Based on his performance and health, Suttle planned on serving two terms as mayor from the start,
"Performance has been, I think, great," Suttle said. "And my health has been excellent. We're ready to do a second term."
Nearly 30 students raised awareness of the 27 million people in slavery worldwide on March 13.
The Board of Regents met on Dec. 1 with committee meetings beginning at 9 a.m. and a board meeting at 1 p.m. The meetings were held in Varner Hall at the University of Nebraska - Lincoln. On the agenda was the finalization of the building decisions for the West Haymarket Arena, including the approval of the Joint Public Agency's agreement.
Last week, Tanner Johnson called a cardboard box "home." Put together with duct tape and zip ties and painted in a camouflage motif, the box was a few feet tall and a few feet wide.
Johnson joined about 20 fellow Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity members in Just Can It!, a community service project.