City Council Agenda

Falls City Council Agenda

City Council Chambers, 2307 Barada Street

Falls City, NE 68355

Phone (402) 245- 2707

January 15, 2018

6:00 P.M.

 

The City Council may vote to go into Closed Session on any agenda item as allowed by State Law.

 

ROUTINE BUSINESS

Announcement of Open Meetings Act.

Roll Call

Pledge of Allegiance.   

Mayor’s Report.

Consent Agenda

Minutes Approval January 2, 2018.

Agenda Approval.

Police Report Approval.

Treasurer Report Approval.

Consent Agenda.

Any item listed on the Consent Agenda may, by the request of any single Council Member, be considered as a separate item under the Regular Agenda Section of the Agenda.

OLD BUSINESS

REGULAR BUSINESS

Discussion and Action – Audit Report for Fiscal Year 2016-2017 – Julie Bauman, CPA.

Resolution to set Falls City Journal as the official journal for the City of Falls City publications and to designate City Hall, Frontier Bank and F&M Bank as the locations for posting meeting notices.

Discussion and Action – Claim for flood damage to The Flower Cart in the amount of $5,372.11.

Discussion and Action – Agreement for professional service between the City and Olsson Associates for Ring Bus and Distribution System Improvements for $261,345 with an alternate bid of $71,500 as recommended by the Board of Public Works (See Attachment).

Discussion and Action – Request for favorable comment on a Special Designated Liquor License on March 16, 2018 at Prichard Auditorium for a fund raising event by the Knights of Columbus (See Attachment).

Discussion and Action – Request for favorable comment on a Special Designated Liquor License on February 24, 2018 at the Roh Activity Center for a fund raising event by the Knights of Columbus (See Attachment).

Discussion and Action – Various Board Appointments as recommended by Mayor Oliver.   

First Reading – Ordinance 2018-100 to amend Ordinance 2016-104 to set Natural Gas Rates, Fees, Charges and collections for Natural Gas (See Attachment).  

Discussion – Clow Fit lease agreement with the city.

 

Gary Jorn, City Clerk