Village board suspends village clerk during investigation
PILGER, Neb. (AP) — A northeast Nebraska village board has suspended the longtime village clerk during an investigation of spending.
The Pilger (PIHL’-gur) board met Thursday evening and announced after a closed session that Kimberly Neiman was being placed on paid administrative leave for unspecified violations of village policies.
A phone listed for Neiman rang busy during several calls Friday by The Associated Press.