BROKEN BOW— The Broken Bow City Council held a quick meeting on Tuesday, March 9 with nearly all agenda items being approved. The only item that was not approved was the Variance Application For Golf Course Estates which was tabled due to an error. The public hearing on the Variance Application was postponed to March 23.
The Council approved the appointment of David Minnick, MD as the Broken Bow Ambulance Service Physician Medical Director and Jacob Karmazin as Physician Medical Director Surrogate and also approved the scrapping of personnel property and setting the value at less than $500.
Ian Taylor, District Manager with Great Plains Communications, spoke briefly prior to adjournment and informed the Council that Great Plains is working on a project with the goal to have upgraded fiber-to-home in all of Broken Bow city limits. The project will get its start in the northeast part of town and will include approximately 410 homes. Mayor Rod Sonnichsen said, “This is a great thing for Broken Bow.”
The next City Council Meeting will be held on Tuesday, March 23 at 6 PM.