The Nebraska City City Council meeting on Monday, Feb. 4, will feature the swearing in of two Nebraska City police officers, along with public hearings on using $20,000 of Economic Development Program Fund money to provide museum passes for Nebraska City residents, as well as a Class C liquor license for the Wagon Wheel.
The 6 p.m. meeting in the Bill Davis Room of City Hall, 1409 Central Ave., will also include annual reports from the Morton-James Public Library and Keep Nebraska City Beautiful, as well as audit reports from Nebraska City Utilities and the city of Nebraska City.
Council members will also consider a request to use the Steinhart Aquatic Center, Steinhart Pond or Wildwood Pond for the Nebraska Special Olympics Polar Plunge on March 2, and they will discuss whether to pursue a $150,000 Civic and Community Center Financing Fund grant to renovate the exterior of the Morton-James Public Library. Total cost estimate for the renovation is $315,000.
Mayor Bryan Bequette will also proclaim March as "Problem Gambling Awareness Month" during the meeting.