David City received $500 in Disaster Relief funds from the League Association of Risk Management (LARM) at a recent city council meeting. Tami Comte, Deputy Village Clerk, had applied for the funds to help pay for gravel, rock and screened concrete necessary for road repair after an epic March storm hit David City and much of Nebraska with snow and flooding.
The Disaster Relief Funds were approved by the LARM Board of Directors in late March. Twenty-four LARM members have since received the funds to help pay for storm related items such as sump pumps, generators and other equipment. LARM is an insurance pool made up of 167 governmental entities across Nebraska. For more information go to larmpool.org.
Pictured from left: David City Mayor Alan Zavodny, Street Supervisor Christopher Kroesing and LARM Executive Director Mike Nolan