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STATE PLAN AMENDMENT FOR VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION (VR) SERVICES-ORDER OF SELECTION PUBLIC MEETING
10:00 A.M. (CST), Friday, November 3, 2017
VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION SERVICES OFFICE
3901 N. 27th Street, Suite 6, Lincoln, NE
Attend by video conference at the following Vocational Rehabilitation Offices:
Columbus - 3100 23rd Street, Suite 5
Fremont - 827 North D Street
Grand Island - 203 E. Stolley Park Road, Suite B
Kearney - 315 W. 60th Street, Suite 400
Norfolk - 1212 Benjamin Ave.
North Platte - 200 South Silber, Bldg, 2,
Omaha - 1313 Farnam on the Mall
Omaha - 12011 Q Street
Scottsbluff - 505A Broadway, Suite 500
Nebraska VR is conducting a public meeting on an amendment to the Vocational Rehabilitation State Plan. The public meeting is an opportunity for members of the public, including individuals with disabilities, to comment on the policies and procedures of the VR agency.
The State Plan draft amendment is available for review on the website for Nebraska VR and at each Vocational Rehabilitation Office. Interested parties are invited to attend and to make comment. If reasonable accommodations are needed for the public meeting at any of the sites, please contact Vocational Rehabilitation at 402-471-3649 at least five (5) days before the public meeting date.
Interested parties may also submit written comments by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or by mail to:
Victoria Rasmussen, Program Director
P.O. Box 94987
Lincoln, NE 68509-4987
Comments received by the close of the public meeting on Friday, November 3, 2017 will be made part of the public meeting record.
Update: Download video from 11/3/2017 Public Hearing.
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