Broken Bow City Council will meet at Noon at City Hall Council Chambers. An agenda of significant length awaits them.
City Attorney Jason White will swear in Chris Carlsen as a new Broken Bow Police Officer to begin the meeting.
A proclamation from Mayor Burt will follow, setting March as Problem Gambling Awareness Month.
Bids were recently submitted for the Library Expansion project, and on Tuesday, City Council may or may not approve a bid for the project.
A rental agreement may or may not be approved with the Angela Foundation for a temporary Library location.
Council may or may not vote to approve Cecil Burt III to the Planning Commission, a three year term.
Next, a public hearing will be held regarding the one and six year plans. Following the hearing, Council will vote on whether or not to approve the plans.
The agenda then shows a vote to be held on the fire hall and police station roof. Council may or may not vote to approve payment of $32,947.00 to A-R Commercial LLC for a new roof on the stations.
Resolution 2017-10 involves the Broken Bow 5th Avenue Connector trail. Council may or may not vote to approve payment to the Nebraska Department of Roads in the amount of $60,906.60 for work completed on the connector trail.
Council may or may not vote to approve payment #6 to JEO Consulting Group in the amount of $6,180.00 for work on the Library Design through January 27th. Another payment to be voted on is payment #24 to JEO Consulting in the amount of $2.554.00 for work on the downtown improvements project.
Next, Council may or may not vote to dissolve the Memorandum of Understanding with the Elks Lodge #1688.
A meeting date change vote will take place next. Council may change the date of the last meeting in February to the 23rd or the 24th because of the League Conference.
The last item on the agenda is a vote on the membership level of the Custer County Economic Development Corporation.
We will have a full report following the City Council meeting on Tuesday afternoon.