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CITY BUDGETED 45 THOUSAND DOLLARS FOR PROJECT

By Nate Gonner 6/18/2013

             THE SECOND JUNE MEETING OF THE NEBRASKA CITY CITY COUNCIL WAS HELD MONDAY EVENING AT CITY HALL IN TOWN.

 

              THE COUNCIL OPENED UP THE MEETING BY RECOGNIZING PLANNING COMMISSION MEMBERS TOM BERGER AND JUDY ROWE FOR THEIR YEARS OF SERVICE TO THE BOARD.

 

              THE COUNCIL WOULD DISCUSS THE PLANS AND SPECS FOR THE 11TH STREET BRIDGE REPAIR PROJECT.

 

              NEBRASKA CITY PUBLIC PROPERTIES MANAGER DAN GITTINGER SAYS THEY BUDGETED 45 THOUSAND DOLLARS FOR THE PROJECT.

 

              GITTINGER AUDIO

 

              THE PLANS AND SPECS WERE APPROVED BY THE COUNCIL ALONG WITH; AMENDING THE LEASE FOR CELL TOWER IN STEINHART PARK, APPROVED THE REQUEST TO PUT UP TEMPORARY SIGNAGE AROUND NEBRASKA CITY PROMOTING AN ENCHANTED ARBORETUM, AND APPROVED A BID FROM KREIFELS CONSERVATION AND EXCAVATING FOR THE SOUTH 15TH STREET PROJECT.

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