If you’ve been following our Instagram stories (@TheReaderOmahaDish), you may have caught an update that proves, as the Counting Crows promised, there’s reason to believe maybe this year will be better than the last. When COVID-19 caused the closure of The Dundee Dell after 86 years, it started to sink in that Omaha’s culinary scene was going to take a hit.
Reed Moore’s Daily Rundown
Today we have stories about Omaha’s restorative justice program for minor offenses, threats at the state Capitol and a proposal to make Election Day a state holiday.
- The city of Omaha announced a restorative justice program for minor offenses.
- There’s progress in the vaccine rollout for Douglas County, but health leaders are asking for the community’s patience.
- Colleen Brennan visited the Douglas County Election Commission to file a ballot petition to run for the Omaha City Council.
- Law enforcement agencies are telling state lawmakers that they see a “minimal” threat to security at the state Capitol.
- A Nebraska lawmaker has introduced a bill that would declare Election Day a state holiday.
- State Sen. Bruce Bostelman said it was time to seek resolutions to the complaints about an ethanol plant near Mead.
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