Museum Wall Discussed At Cozad City Council Meeting
The Cozad City Council met for a regular meeting on Tuesday, July 5, 2016.
Boy Scout Kevin Cruz led those in attendance in the Pledge of Allegiance. Pastor Doug Smith, Cozad United Methodist Church delivered the invocation.
A public hearing was held to consider the catering application submitted by Elks BPO Cozad 2250.
Elks Manager Lisa Bubak appeared and explained the main reason for the request was the summer volleyball league that will be held behind the Elks Lodge beginning on July 12th. The six-week league is sponsored by the Cozad Jaycees.
City Council members approved the application.
Jim Terry, representing the 100th Meridian Museum Board appeared to continue dialogue with the city concerning the west wall of the museum.
Mayor Nancy Meyer had recommended that a joint committee from the museum and council be formed to consider the proposed plans and estimates in her conversation with Terry prior to the meeting.
Charlie Block and Ron Olds agreed to represent the city council on the committee, and Terry said they would appoint two members from the museum board at their next meeting.
It was agreed that Joe Welsh from Paulsen Inc. be invited to join the committee, too, as he has prepared the plans and estimates.
Water Commissioner Dallas Nichols reported that his department has been keeping busy repairing water leaks in the municipality.
Wilson Public Library Director Laurie Yocom reported that the library had sponsored 36 programs during the month of June. 1,192 total attendees were recorded.
Police Chief Randy Adams reported that it was a relatively quiet 4th of July weekend, but that they were busy with fireworks clean-up and gearing up for Bands, Brews & BBQs.
City Clerk Susan Kloepping reported that the annual budget workshop for the City of Cozad has been set for Monday, July 25, 2016 beginning at 6:30 p.m.
The next regularly scheduled meeting for the city council will be on Monday, July 18, 2016 at 7:30 p.m. in the City Office Building.