Welcome to LARM

LARM provides coverage and risk management services to cities, villages and other governmental agencies in Nebraska. We are a long-term, stable, cost-effective risk management alternative for Nebraska governmental entities.

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News & Notes

LARM Meeting 9-27-2017
LARM Meeting 9-27-2017

The League Association of Risk Management (LARM) Board of Directors met for their quarterly meeting on September 27, 2017 in Lincoln to approve the 2017-2018 budget, add an additional loss control staff member, establish LARM as a non-profit entity and to renegotiate the 2% fee and the lease arrangement for office space with the League of Nebraska Municipalities.

Geneva residents have enjoyed a new $4 million Aquatic Facility this summer. It opened on Memorial Day with two slides, a splash pad, lily pads, zero depth entry area, a family slide, a diving board and a climbing wall.

Mike Nolan, League Association of Risk Management (LARM) Executive Director, recently gave a presentation on the open meetings law to members of the Southern Seven Clerks Association in David City. Tami Comte, David City Deputy City Clerk and president of the organization, said the topic is one of great interest to public officials.
“This is important information for new clerks and those who have been in the position for awhile as the open meeting law is an important, ever changing topic,” Comte said. Check out the video by clicking on the headline!

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