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July 13, 2022

July 13, 2022

CITY COUNCIL

July 13, 2022                                                                                                              Louisville, NE

A regular meeting of the City Council of the City of Louisville was held on Wednesday, July 13, 2022, at 7:00 p.m. at City Hall.  Present were Mayor Rod Petersen, Council Members Jerry McClun, Jamion Biesterfeld, Martyn Myers and Larry Gulizia. Also present were City Attorney Roger Johnson and guests. Mayor Petersen stated that the Open Meetings Act is posted at the rear of the room and a copy of all meeting materials is available with the clerk.

 

Notice of the regular meeting was given in advance thereof by posting in three (3) public places as shown by the certificate attached to these minutes.  Notice was simultaneously given to all council members.  Their acknowledgement of receipt of notice and the agenda is attached to these minutes.  All proceedings thereafter were taken while the convened meeting was open to the public.

 

Mayor Petersen called the meeting to order and asked the Council to review the consent agenda. Biesterfeld moves, Myers seconds to approve the consent agenda with the exception of the claim to Jerry McClun for fire school reimbursement. Roll call vote: ayes – McClun, Gulizia, Myers, Biesterfeld. Motion carried. Biesterfeld moves, Myers seconds to approve the claim to Jerry McClun. Roll call vote: ayes – Gulizia, Myers, Biesterfeld; abstain – McClun. Motion carried.

 

Jim Grotrain was not in attendance.

 

Kari Wockenfuss reported for the care center. Some items discussed: changes to hire on and referral bonuses and intergovernmental transfers.

 

Louisville Care Center (LCC) visitation policies were discussed at length. City Attorney Johnson gave a recap of communications with a legal team that specializes in care centers. No council action was taken.

 

LCC hospice contracts were discussed. Biesterfeld moves, Myers seconds to give the Mayor authority to sign hospice contracts. Roll call vote: ayes – Biesterfeld, Myers; nays – Gulizia, McClun. Mayor Petersen voted aye to break the tie. Motion carried.

 

Biesterfeld moves, Myers seconds to approve a special designated liquor (SDL) license request from Good Times Saloon; Saturday, August 20, 2022 25’X25’ space in front of the building (including three parking spaces) 1:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. Roll call vote: ayes – Gulizia, Myers, Biesterfeld; nays – McClun. Motion carried.

Myers moves, Biesterfeld seconds to approve an SDL license request from Good Times Saloon; Saturday, September 17, 2022 25’X25’ space in front of the building (including three parking spaces) 11:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. Roll call vote: ayes – Gulizia, Myers, Biesterfeld; nays – McClun. Motion carried.

 

Jennifer Rose was present with a request from the library board for permission to have a chalk event (Chalk About It) on the public sidewalks on Monday, July 18, 2022 on Main Street in the evening. No council action necessary but the council appreciated the notice.

 

The 6th Street Bridge was discussed.

 

The one and six year road plan was reviewed. Changes were discussed and will be presented to the Street Superintendent for addition to the plan.

 

A shredding event in conjunction with fall cleanup day on November 5, 2022 with NE Shredding at a cost of $300/hour was discussed. KCCB will be asked if they’d like to participate.

 

Mayor Petersen reported for street, water and sewer.

 

A written sheriff’s report was circulated. No reports for fire/rescue.

 

Kevin Albert presented a report for the Ball Parents’ Association. 175 games were played during the summer season, 33 volunteer coaches, 230 kids, 22 teams plus the legion. He discussed improvements that the school wants for their teams. A list of needs and wants was also discussed.

 

An internal audit was conducted verifying checks to invoices by the council members.

 

McClun moves, Biesterfeld seconds to approve Resolution 22-05; updated mileage reimbursement. Roll call vote: ayes – McClun, Gulizia, Myers, Biesterfeld. Motion carried.

 

Myers moves, McClun seconds to introduce by title only and suspend the three required statutory readings of Ordinance #1030; to establish fees for City services. Roll call vote: ayes – McClun, Gulizia, Myers, Biesterfeld. Motion carried. McClun moves, Biesterfeld seconds to adopt Ordinance #1030 on third and final reading by title only. Roll call vote: ayes – McClun, Gulizia, Myers, Biesterfeld. Motion carried.

 

Myers moves, McClun seconds to approve Resolution 22-06; LARM renewal with 90 day written notice of termination. Roll call vote: ayes – McClun, Gulizia, Myers, Biesterfeld. Motion carried.

 

Myers moves, Biesterfeld seconds to adjourn the meeting at 8:59 p.m. Roll call vote: ayes – McClun, Gulizia, Myers, Biesterfeld. Motion carried.

 

I, the undersigned clerk, hereby certify that the foregoing is a true and correct copy of the proceedings had and done by the Mayor and City Council of Louisville.  To the best of my knowledge, the agenda was kept continually current and available for public inspection; and the minutes were in written form and available for public inspection within 10 working days.  The minutes are published in summary form.  Upon request a complete copy is available at City Hall.

 

Dee Arias, City Clerk

 

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