CONGRATULATING CASEY DITTRICH; Congressional Record Vol. 165, No. 56
(House of Representatives - April 01, 2019)

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  The SPEAKER pro tempore. The Chair recognizes the gentleman from 
Nebraska (Mr. Smith) for 5 minutes.
  Mr. SMITH of Nebraska. Mr. Speaker, I rise to highlight the efforts 
of Casey Dittrich, road superintendent of Antelope County, Nebraska, to 
repair the many roads damaged by the storms and flooding that battered 
our State and much of the Midwest last month.
  Even before the floodwaters had crested, Casey was actively 
formulating plans to repair the roads, having contracted outside 
employees and a large fleet of equipment to commence repairs as soon as 
  Through his efforts, Antelope County has made steps toward reopening 
its more than 1,000 miles of gravel roads and 180 miles of paved roads 
for students to attend schools and livestock producers to continue 
their daily business, as well as many others.
  In his 3 years working for Antelope County, Casey's efforts have 
garnered respect from his coworkers, and his work throughout this flood 
has greatly

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helped the county along its long way to recovery.
  Please join me in thanking Casey Dittrich for his proactive and 
diligent service to Antelope County, Nebraska.