Omaha is attracting Millennials

Mayor Jean Stothert held a roundtable discussion in December with a dozen millennials to discuss ways the city can expand on its aggressive efforts to make Omaha a great place for them to live, work and play. “The future of our city will be in the hands of millennials in not too many years.  I

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Better Streets

Nearly doubled the street resurfacing budget since first taking office. And, led efforts to modernize city services and operations that enhance the taxpayer experience when dealing with the city.

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Common Sense Spending Reforms

Renegotiated all city union contracts with better terms for taxpayers and improved retirement fund stability for city employees. Promoted more transparency of the people’s business. City savings accounts  have been managed to their highest levels in history

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Protecting Omaha’s Families

As Omaha Mayor, Jean Stothert Has Made Public Safety Her Top Priority Strengthening Law Enforcement Reducing Response Times Fighting Gangs and Violent Crime Keeping Neighborhoods Safe   Strengthening Law Enforcement Added 56 new police officers to the force and this year there will be 860

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