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Agenda for the next city council meeting

The public is invited to attend a meeting of a Madison County-based regional government agency where tax dollars may be spent.

WHAT: Norfolk City Council.

WHEN: Tuesday 21 February, 5.30pm

WHERE: Norfolk City Council Chambers, 309 N. Fifth St.

— Introducing the Nebraska Public Power District.

– Proclamation of February 27 to March 3 as “Public Schools Week”.

– Consideration of an ordinance to enact a section in the city code to allow golf car vehicles to be used on city streets and establish provisions under which golf car vehicles may be used.

— Examines an Engineering Services Amendment with Olsson Inc. for sanitary sewer rehabilitation in the Omaha Avenue project for an amount not to exceed $16,800.

— Review of contract to Elkhorn Paving Construction Co. of Norfolk for a paving district (Walters’ East Knolls 14th Addition) in the amount of $249,267.

— Review of an agreement with Waterwise Landscapes, coordinated by Nebraska Statewide Arboretum Inc. and funded by the Nebraska Department of Environment and Energy, to reimburse the City of Norfolk up to $25,000 in eligible expenses associated with implementing tree planting cost and lawn conversion share project.

— Consideration of an agreement with KABOOM! Inc. in partnership with Integrity Marketing Group, a Dallas-based company with two local partners, McMill CPAs & Advisors and Premier Marketing, to build a new playground at Liberty Bell Park for an amount not to exceed $8,500.

— Consideration of placing a sculpture at the 25th Street and Benjamin Avenue traffic circle at the request of the Norfolk Arts Council.

— Consideration for the purchase of a landscaped facility playground with outdoor recreation products, under a Sourcewell contract with a state bid price in the amount of $122,378.40 plus $4,550 in transportation for a total of $ 126,928, to be located at Warren Cook Park.

— Review of an amendment to the original engineering services contract with JEO Consulting Group for the final design of Johnson Park in the amount of $44,500.

— Consideration of a resolution pledging to contribute up to $150,000 of city funds to North Fork Area Transit (NFAT) to help NFAT achieve its goal of raising $500,000 to receive matching grant funds from the Johnny Carson Foundation.

— Potential closed session for the protection of the public interest to discuss potential disputes.

Remember, government works best when citizens are informed and engaged. Attending government agency public meetings is a great way to do this.

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