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City of Battle Creek, City Council

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  • Brent Nygren
    (NP)

Biographical Information

If elected, what are your priorities for economic development in your city/town/village?

If elected, what would be your top priorities in an extreme weather event?

If elected, what would you consider your top three priorities? Please detail.

What is the biggest challenge in your community and how would you address it?

Occupation Electrical Contractor
Education Northeast Community College (Electrical)
Current Public Office, dates held City Council from 2013 to present
Past Public Office, dates held Madison County Planning and Zoning 2008-2013
Volunteer experience Battle Creek Betterment Club
Address 201 South Boyer St, Battle Creek, NE
Marital Status Single
Age 61
I would like to establish flood control for housing growth and more businesses to come to the community.
Maintaining electrical to the community and water. Also need to keep people informed about what is happening in the community during those times of disasters. Get the people to listen to radio stations and the city's face book page.
#1 Flood control, we need to establish it to keep from having a majority of the town from being placed in a flood zone. That would cause houses to have flood insurance that would likely to keep people from building here. That would also save property damage.

#2 Housing developments, we need future places for people to build new houses that would bring more people into our community and school system.

#3 Business developments, we need to get more businesses back in the community. That is a hard one with everything on-line but there are service orientated businesses that could work in the community. Would like to find some manufacturing business also. It would be nice to come up with a plan that the city can help with some kind of available aid.
Keeping people informed about what the city is doing and what the people expect the city to do. That is a hard one to accomplish but need to get the public to come to City Council meetings to listen and ask more questions of what is going on. Possibly put more information on the cities' website.