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McKean: ‘13 was one for the books

February 19, 2014

    Heaping praise on city employees who have battled through difficult working conditions during this year that has started as a wintery obstacle course, Berne Mayor Bill McKean found plenty of other positives Tuesday as he delivered his annual State of the City address during a noon luncheon hosted by the Berne Chamber of Commerce.
    While city workers were singled out for their individual and collective efforts during the current winter season, McKean spoke at length about 2013, which he termed “a rather exciting year.”
    Citing extensive growth in both the residential and commercial sectors of the city, McKean said Berne “will probably never have another year” like city officials experienced in 2013.
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