City Council Agenda

Call to Order

A. Roll Call
B. Pledge of Allegiance
C. Open Meeting Law: A current copy of the Open Meetings Act is posted on the North
wall in the rear of the Council Chambers and is available for review by all citizens in
attendance.
D. Submittal of Requests for Future Items: Individuals who have appropriate items for
City Council consideration should complete the Request for Future Agenda Items form
located on the table by the door. If the issue can be handled administratively without
Council action, notification will be provided. If the item is scheduled for a meeting or
study session, notification of the date will be given.

E. Consent Agenda: The Mayor & Council will review and may or may not approve the
consent agenda items for February 13th, 2018, which will include the following:
a. Approval of Minutes of January 23rd, 2018 Council Meeting
b. Approval of Minutes of February 2nd, 2018 Special Meeting
c. Approval of Bills as Posted

F. Other Communications:
a. SafeWise Presentation Presentation to the Police Department for being ranked as
5th safest city in Nebraska.
b. Project Status Report from JEO

G. Old Business:
a. Public Hearing Ordinance 1178, Mayor & Council Wages May or may not
vote to open a public hearing regarding Ordinance 1178, Mayor and Council
Wages.
b. Final Reading Ordinance 1178, Mayor & Council Wages
c. Ordinance 1178, Mayor & Council Wages May or may not vote to approve
Ordinance 1178, Mayor and Council Wages.

H. New Business:
a. Councilmember Chris Myers Absence May or may not vote to excuse
Councilman Chris Myers absence from the February 13th, 2018 meeting.

b. Board Appointment & Reappointment May or may not vote approve the
appointment of Ryan Vonderohe to the Park Board for a term ending February 2019
and Tyson Havranek to the Planning Commission for a term ending February 2020,
and the reappointment of Jeff Oeltjen to the Park Board for a three year term ending
February 2021, Cecil Burt III, Travis Hansen, and Jim Girardin, Jr. to the Planning
Commission for a three year term ending 2021, and Jason Baum to the Board of
Adjustment for a five year term ending 2023.


c. Bid Opening for Police Vehicle Bids will be opened for a new police vehicle and
the Council may or may not vote to table and review the bids for a new police
vehicle.


d. S & L Sanitation Agreements May or may not vote to renew the trash
agreement with S & L Sanitation for 5 years.


e. Transfer Station Agreements May or may not vote to renew the trash
agreements with the Transfer Station for 5 years.


f. Public Hearing Resolution 2018-9 Lot Split May or may not vote to open a
public hearing regarding the lot split at 133 South 9th Avenue and 130 South 10th
Avenue.


g. Resolution 2018-9 Girardin Lot Split May or may not vote to approve the lot
split at 133 South 9th Avenue and 130 South 10th Avenue.


h. Public Hearing One & Six Year Plan May or may not vote to open a public
hearing on the One and Six Year Plan.


i. Resolution 2018-10 One & Six Year Plan May or may not vote to approve the
One & Six Year Plan.


j. Resolution 2018-11 Handibus Grant Funding May or may not vote to
approve the Handibus Operating Assistance.


k. Resolution 2018-12 Broken Bow 2018 Paving Improvements May or may
not vote to approve payment #1 to JEO Consulting Group Inc. in the amount of
$2,484.00 for work completed on the Broken Bow 2018 Paving Improvements
through January 5, 2018.


l. Resolution 2018-13 Flood Risk Reduction May or may not vote to approve
payment #3 to JEO Consulting Group Inc. in the amount of $3,098.00 for work
completed on the Broken Bow Flood Risk Reduction through January 19, 2018.


m. Resolution 2018-14 Cornhusker State Industries May or may not vote to
approve payment to Cornhusker State Industries in the amount of $8,422.00 for
furniture for the Library.


n. Resolution 2018-15 Chief Construction - May or may not vote to approve
payment #10 to Chief Construction Company in the amount of $51,962.55 for work
completed on the Broken Bow Library through January 31, 2018.


o. Resolution 2018-16 Westbrook Audio May or may not vote to approve
payment to Westbrook Audio in the amount of $3,757.18 for audio equipment and
installation at the Library.


p. Resolution 2018-17 Library Design May or may not vote to approve payment
#18 to JEO Consulting Group Inc. in the amount of $1,578.00 for work completed
on the Broken Bow Library Design Services/Building Renovation and Addition
through January 26, 2018.


q. Resolution 2018-18 Bow Family Furniture May or may not vote to approve
payment to Bow Family Furniture in the amount of $24,259.20 for furniture at the
Library.


I. Comments by Mayor and Council Members Concerning City Departments.
J. Closed Session May or may not vote to enter into closed session to discuss litigation.
K. Closed Session May or may not vote to enter into closed session to discuss potential
litigation.
L. Adjournment

The next City Council Meeting will be on Friday, February 23rd, 2018 @ 12:00 pm.