The Nebraska Public Service Commission will hold a public meeting on Tuesday, February 2, 2021 at 10:00 a.m. Under authority granted by Executive Order No. 21‑02, Coronavirus – Continued Limited Waiver of Public Meetings Requirements, issued by the Governor on January 11, 2021, this meeting of the Public Service Commission will be held via video conference.

Remote access to the meeting will be available via WebEx at the following link: (case sensitive). Individuals may also attend the meeting by telephone: dial 408-418-9388, then enter 146 273 5624 when prompted for the access code.

The agendas will be available for public inspection at the Commission no later than 10:00 a.m. on the day before the meeting. The agendas will also be available on the Commission’s Calendar webpage at

If auxiliary aids or reasonable accommodations are needed for attendance at a Commission meeting, please call the Commission at 402-471-3101.  For people with hearing/speech impairments, please call the Commission at 402-471-0213 (TDD) or the Nebraska Relay System at 800-833-7352 (TDD) or 800-833-0920 (Voice).  Advance notice of at least seven days is needed when requesting an interpreter. 







Lincoln, Nebraska

Pursuant to NDEE Title 118 - Ground Water Quality Standards and Use Classification, public notification and opportunity for comment is hereby given of the following:

1.  On or about January 21, 1990, a petroleum release was identified originating from a storage tank system located at 1902 S 10th Street, Omaha.  An approximate legal location is NE1/4, NE1/4, SE1/4, Section 27, Township 15N, Range 13E, Douglas County.

2.  Follow-up investigation identified the effects of the release and led to the remedial actions pro-posed by NDEE.  The investigation resulted in a determination that this ground water contamination event is defined as remedial action class three.

3.  The source of the release has been removed.  A Risk-Based Corrective Action (RBCA) Tier 1 assessment was conducted.  The assessment indicated the presence of dissolved petroleum com-pounds in ground water.  The contaminant concentrations found were below the numerical levels used by the RBCA process to establish a need for further investigation or remediation.  Based on the current site conditions and property use, the NDEE has determined that no further remedial action is necessary due to the lack of threat to human health or safety.

Information regarding this release is contained in the file: NDEE ID 60329, LST 081590-99-0014.

Any person may receive further information or submit comments on the proposed action, and re-quest or petition NDEE for a hearing, in writing, stating the nature of the issues to be raised in the hearing, on or before March 1, 2021.  A final decision by the Director will be made in a manner provided by Title 115, NAC Ch. 5.  Direct written correspondence to:  Director, NDEE, P.O. Box 98922, Lincoln, NE  68509-8922.  You may also call Nancy Mann at (402) 471-2186 with comments or if alternate formats of materials are needed.  TDD users call 711 and ask the relay operator to call (402) 471-2186.



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