BROKEN BOW–A controversial topic will yet again be addressed by the Broken Bow City Council. At the November 28 meeting (click here to view story) the council voted to approve street assessments for Street Improvement Districts Nos 2014-1 and 2014-2 (downtown and 5th Avenue).
Those street assessment amounts will be discussed on Tuesday at the noon meeting. The council may or may not vote to approve the amended assessment amounts.
*UPDATE (6:45 p.m. on Monday 1/8): City Administrator Brent Clark informed KCNI/KBBN that the council will only be looking at four properties during Tuesday’s assessment discussion. Those four properties (one property on 5th Avenue, Arrow Seed, Evans Feed, and the former chamber/new Wild Rose Gallery building) will be discussed and have assessments potentially altered due to incorrect footage calculations and/or due to usage of their property by work crews during construction.*
The Broken Bow City Council will meet on Tuesday, January 9, at 12 p.m. in the City Council Chambers at the Municipal Building.
New business includes discussions on the city safe deposit box, flood risk reduction, payments to Chief Construction and Central I.T. Inc. for the library project. The Council will also discuss its agreement with the Central Nebraska Economic Development District (CNEDD) and mayor and council wages.
Judy Petersen with the CNEDD will present to the council and discuss potential rural workforce housing funds.
9:00 a.m. Minutes, Mail, Committee reports
Disc/dec – Middle of month claims
Disc/dec – BOE – Tax list corrections, over, under, omitted valuations
Disc/dec – Approve December monthly fee reports
Disc/dec – Res. #3-2018, set Elected Officials Deputy’s salary
Disc/dec – D. Tibbs, Zoning Adm. – year end report
Disc/dec – D. Tibbs, App. to Planning Comm. and Bd of Adjustments
10:00 a.m. Disc/dec – Bid Letting for Asphalt Project – Gates to Sargent Rd
Disc/dec – Appl(s) to cross co r-o-w
Disc/dec – Bid Letting for upcoming Bridge Projects
Agenda is kept continuously current and open for public inspection in the office of the County Clerk. The Board of Supervisors may go into Executive Session on any issue if the need arises.