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Oakland City Council Meeting Agenda


 

 

 

REGULAR MEETING

CITY COUNCIL

CITY OF OAKLAND, NEBRASKA

 

MEETING NOTICE:

            NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that a regular meeting of the Mayor and City Council of the City of Oakland, Nebraska, will be held at 5:30 on Monday January 23rd, 2017 at the Municipal Building, 401 North Oakland Avenue in Oakland, Nebraska.

An agenda for such meeting, kept continuously current is available for public inspection at the office of the City Clerk. Except for items of an emergency nature, the agenda shall not be enlarged later than twenty-four hours before the scheduled commencement of the meeting.

______________________________________________________________________________

PRELIMINARY AGENDA

I.                        CALL TO ORDER

 

A.   Roll Call

B.   Establishment of a Quorum

C.   Reminder of Open Meeting Laws/Poster

D.   Pledge of Allegiance

E.    Approve January 16th, 2017 agenda

F.    Approval December 19th, 2016 meeting minutes

G.   Dec treasurer report

 

  1. PUBLIC HEARING
    1. 1 & 6 year plan
  1. SCHEDULED CITIZENS AND VISITORS TO ADDRESS THE COUNCIL

H.   Julie Ogden

I.     Russell Peterson- Emergency Management

 

  1. COMMITTEE AND DEPARTMENT REPORTS

J.     Police report

 

VI.                    OLD BUSINESS

K.   Move Emergency siren to 100 W Ninth

L.    Support letter for Firstar

VII.                  NEW BUSINESS

M. City Park/Street names/Campgrounds

N.   Resolution 2017-1- One and Six Year Plan for Street Improvement Program

O.   Resolution 2017-2. Appoint Danie Jacobs to the Northeast Nebraska Solid Waste Coalition.

P.    City Christmas Party February 4th, 2017

Q.   Appoint Denise Gilliland to the Planning Commission Board

 

VIII.                INFORMATION ITEM

 

  1. DISCUSSION

R.

 

S.    CLOSED SESSION

 

T.   APPROVAL OF OPERATIONS BILLS AND WARRANTS

Approval by motion

U.   ADJOURNMENT

Registered Agenda Speakers

                  The Mayor or Presiding Meeting Officer reserves the right to deny this request, or will call you to the center front podium when your agenda Item is ready to be heard. Presentations, if allowed, may be limited to five (5) minutes per person, with a limit of three (3) individuals speaking per topic position. Please come to the center front podium, and clearly state your name and address for the record and the agenda topic you wish to speak upon in a professional manner.

                  The Mayor and City Council reserve the right to enter into an executive session at any time during the meeting, in accordance with the Nebraska Open Meetings Act, even though the closed session may not be indicated on the agenda.

                  It is the intention of the Mayor and City Council to take up the items on the agenda in sequential order. However, the Mayor and City Council reserve the right to take up matters in a different order to accommodate the schedules of the city council members, persons having items on the agenda, and the public

 

 

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Oakland Council Meeting Postponed, Oakland Library Closing Early


The Oakland City Council Meeting scheduled for today has been postponed and will be held at a later date yet to be determined. 

The Oakland Public Library will close today at 5:00 p.m. 

Words May Sting, But Life Goes On


I ran for Oakland City Council. I lost.

That is how life goes. Things didn’t go as I had hoped. But, I am 53 years old and learned that lesson a very long time ago.

I did learn some things that shocked me about small town politics. Not everyone plays nice or fair. I know that is normal in big city politics, and especially national politics, but I have never known it to happen in Oakland Nebraska before.

Oakland City Council wasn’t the main issue on the November ballot. School consolidation was. It did not pass, as a matter of fact, it was soundly voted down by both the Oakland-Craig School district and Tekamah-Herman’s.

As I have said many times before, social media is good and it is bad. In the case of voting this past November, it was bad on many fronts.

I believe social media gives people the ability to say awful things about others that they would never have to nerve to say to their face. Not agreeing with someone is one thing, and is perfectly normal. Diversity helps people to see other points of view. But, not agreeing with someone and saying horrible things about them is something else.

People formed groups on twitter, regularly posting negative things about people or an issue that concerned them. I never read the posts. I am rarely on twitter. But, people told me about them. You could see the hurt on the many faces effected by the negativity being spread as thick as peanut butter. I did see some not so flattering posts on Facebook. I found it shocking that a community of roughly 1,200 people could air so much hatred and continue to do so. It was the other school district involved as well, but living in Oakland for so many years and reading such things was appalling to me.

But, that wasn’t all. I received a couple of messages from people that I have know for years, insulting me. To be honest, I don’t know why. There was also a text that was sent around about me that was not nice at all.

What did I do to deserve that? I just don’t understand. I was appointed to the city council in 2013 to fill a vacant seat. I enjoyed serving the taxpayers and helping any way I could. I will miss it very much.

The one thing I know at the end of the day is: I am proud of me. I didn’t say anything bad about anyone running for office. I didn’t say bad things about others to benefit myself. I am proud to be a good, honest person who doesn’t believe in bringing others down to get my way.

I hope the wounds in Oakland can heal. Some people are very hurt, and rightfully so. This is a small town where people all considered each other friends. They always come together to help one another.

Is that the way it is now? I am not sure.

I am not going to let the words of others hurt me. I am moving on, always taking the path of helping others any way I can.

Did I fail? No. The only way I could fail was if I didn’t try. I will always take pride in who I am, a person that cares deeply about others and wanting to be the best I can be every day.

I only get one round at life and I am going to make it the best, not taking in the negative, but seeking the positive in each and every day I am blessed to open my eyes.

Life is a blessing. I hope all of you are blessed with love and kindness every day!

 

Vote Denise Gilliland for Oakland City Council!


My granddaughter Penelope, campaigned through the Burt County Fair Parade in Oakland encouraging citizens to vote for her Nana!

My granddaughter Penelope, campaigned through the Burt County Fair Parade in Oakland encouraging citizens to vote for her Nana!

Friends and family walked and rode through the Burt County Fair Parade in Oakland to support me, Denise Gilliland, for Oakland City Council.

Friends and family walked and rode through the Burt County Fair Parade in Oakland to support me, Denise Gilliland, for Oakland City Council.

Please Vote Denise Gilliland for Oakland City Council!


Denise Gilliland, Oakland City Council member and President of the council.

Denise Gilliland, Oakland City Council member and President of the council.

Hello. I am Denise Gilliland. I am on the Oakland City Council, serving as Oakland City Council President. I have been honored to serve the citizens of Oakland, never taking it lightly and never missing a meeting. I work from my home on Main Street, allowing me to always be available anytime of the day or night. I would appreciate your vote in November so I can continue to serve Oakland, keeping Oakland moving forward!

I am happily married to Jeff Gilliland. We have two grown children, Justin Beck and Whitney (Tri) Tran, four grandchildren and one on the way! We adore and love each moment with them! Being a parent and grandparent is a blessing. I have lived in Oakland for over 30 years. I graduated from Oakland-Craig High School in 1981. I graduated in 2013 from Northeast Community College with an Associate of Arts Degree in Journalism. I am the Editor and Chief of my own newspaper blog.

Jeff and I attend the Fire and Rescue fundraisers, Swedish Festival, Party in the Park and all other fundraisers for Oakland. I volunteered to help at events too.

Being involved in the community and serving on the Oakland City Council has given me the experience needed to keep Oakland on the right path, moving forward!

Just a couple of the accomplishments of the city council since I have been on include the new bathhouse in the Oakland Park and the water/sewer project that is nearing completion.

Our city employees are also a reason Oakland runs so smoothly. They are a great group of people, working hard every day.

The Oakland City Council members work together, offering stability and continuity, much needed to keep Oakland thriving!

Why fix what isn’t broken?

I would appreciate your vote! Let’s Keep Oakland Thriving!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Oakland City Council Meeting Agenda


 REGULAR MEETING

CITY COUNCIL

CITY OF OAKLAND, NEBRASKA

 

MEETING NOTICE:

            NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that a regular meeting of the Mayor and City Council of the City of Oakland, Nebraska, will be held at 5:30 on Monday October 17th, 2016 at the Municipal Building, 401 North Oakland Avenue in Oakland, Nebraska.

An agenda for such meeting, kept continuously current is available for public inspection at the office of the City Clerk. Except for items of an emergency nature, the agenda shall not be enlarged later than twenty-four hours before the scheduled commencement of the meeting.

______________________________________________________________________________

PRELIMINARY AGENDA

I.                        CALL TO ORDER

 

A.   Roll Call

B.   Establishment of a Quorum

C.   Reminder of Open Meeting Laws/Poster

D.   Approval September 17th meeting minutes

E.    Oct treasurer report

 

  1. PUBLIC HEARING

 

  • SCHEDULED DULED CITIZENS AND VISITORS TO ADDRESS THE COUNCIL

 

F.    Tim Adams- JEO

G.   Doug Munsterman- 109 E Fulton water bill

H.   Kent Steinmeyer- Street Skid Loader lease

I.     Patty Plugge- Economic development

  1. COMMITTEE AND DEPARTMENT REPORTS

J.     Police report

 

V.                      OLD BUSINESS

 

VI.                    NEW BUSINESS

K.   Pay application #8

L.    Request the use of the Auditorium at no charge-Carroll Welte- 4-H robotic s

M. Ordinance 708- Regulate traffic on 4th and HWY 77

N.   Approve Allison Mockenhaupt and Clendon Rost to the Library Board

 

VII.                  INFORMATION ITEM

O.   New website

 

  • DISCUSSION

 

  1. CLOSED SESSION

 

  1. APPROVAL OF OPERATIONS BILLS AND WARRANTS

Approval by motion

  1. ADJOURNMENT

Registered Agenda Speakers

                  The Mayor or Presiding Meeting Officer reserves the right to deny this request, or will call you to the center front podium when your agenda Item is ready to be heard. Presentations, if allowed, may be limited to five (5) minutes per person, with a limit of three (3) individuals speaking per topic position. Please come to the center front podium, and clearly state your name and address for the record and the agenda topic you wish to speak upon in a professional manner.

                  The Mayor and City Council reserve the right to enter into an executive session at any time during the meeting, in accordance with the Nebraska Open Meetings Act, even though the closed session may not be indicated on the agenda.

                  It is the intention of the Mayor and City Council to take up the items on the agenda in sequential order. However, the Mayor and City Council reserve the right to take up matters in a different order to accommodate the schedules of the city council members, persons having items on the agenda, and the public

 

 

Elect Denise Gilliland to Oakland City Council!


Elect Denise Gilliland to Oakland City Council!

 

I currently am Oakland City Council President.

I am in Oakland every day and am available to assist citizens day or night.

I deeply value faith, family, pro-life and protection of children and elderly.

I know how we need our businesses to stay open and grow for the future of Oakland and our families.

I care deeply about Oakland and ensuring the community continues to thrive.

 

I would appreciate and be honored to receive your vote in November!

Denise Gilliland, Editor and Chief of Kat Country Hub and Oakland City Council President, center of pic, walked through the parade with this great group of people Sunday, campaigning for election in November. From left, Tri Tran, Russ Peterson, Connie Peterson, Denise Gilliland, Senator Lydia Brasch, James Moseman, Whitney Tran, Penelope Tran and Jeff Gilliland. Photo Credit/Ted Beckner.

Denise Gilliland, Editor and Chief of Kat Country Hub and Oakland City Council President, center of pic, walked through the parade with this great group of people Sunday, campaigning for election in November. From left, Tri Tran, Russ Peterson, Connie Peterson, Denise Gilliland, Senator Lydia Brasch, James Moseman, Whitney Tran, Penelope Tran and Jeff Gilliland. Photo Credit/Ted Beckner.

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My granddaughter, Penelope, helped me campaign Sunday for Oakland City Council, which I am currently on as Oakland City Council President. We went through the Burt County Fair Parade Sunday, along with other supporters. Her sign says it all: Vote for my Nana! Photo Credit/ Whitney Tran.

My granddaughter, Penelope, helped me campaign Sunday for Oakland City Council, which I am currently on as Oakland City Council President. We went through the Burt County Fair Parade Sunday, along with other supporters. Her sign says it all: Vote for my Nana! Photo Credit/ Whitney Tran.

Oakland City Council Meeting Minutes


Minutes of City Council Meeting

City of Oakland, NE

Regular Meeting

 

A meeting of the Mayor and City Council of the City of Oakland, Nebraska was convened in open and public session at 5:30 p.m. on August 15th, 2016 at the Oakland Auditorium. This was the regular monthly meeting. The meeting was called to order by Mayor Ted Beckner. On roll call, Council members Denise Gilliland, Greg Mockenhaup and Luke Blanc. Council Member Matt Johnson was absent.

Notice of the meeting was given in advance thereof by the posting of a notice, one of the designated methods for giving notice, as shown by the certification of posting attached to these minutes. Availability of the agenda was communicated in the advance notice and in the notice to the Mayor and City Council.

Mayor Beckner reminded all present of the location of the Open Meeting Laws poster in the back of the Rosen Room and stated that the council would be conducting business in accordance with said law.

The minutes of the July 18th & August 1st, 2016 meeting were presented. D. Gilliland made a motion to approve the minutes as presented and L.Blanc seconded. All council members voted AYE.

The treasurer’s report for August 2016 was presented and questions answered. G. Mockenhaupt made a motion to accept the treasurer report and D. Gilliland seconded. All council voted AYE.

Mayor Beckner opened a public hearing at 5:32 p.m. for a varience setback of 15’ at 101 S Charde. With no public comments made, Mayor Beckner closed the public hearing at 5:33.

Tim Adams, a representative with JEO, updated the council on the progess made on the water project on Third Street and presented the council with a Pay Application #6 to Midwest Underground for $27,356.85 and recommended the City pay. D. Gilliland made a motion to pay Pay Application # 6 for $27,356.85. L. Blanc seconded the motion. All on roll call voted AYE. Tim had some concerns about not bring able to make the completion date of September 19, 2016.He stated that he thought there would be two more Pay Applications one for between now and September 19th and the second will be pay application for the remanding items pending their completion.

Kathy Backer wanted to speak about responsible beverage server traning. She host classes to help servers and owners identify underage drinkers at no charge for the class. Kathy mentioned that some cities have resorted to passing an Ordiance that would require servers and liquor license holders to attend this class once a year. She also wanted to make the council aware that there is a substance abbuse collition that has placed permited med return boxes in West Point for anyone that may need somewhere to take old medications.   Melanie Thompson, the emegency response coordinator with Elkhorn Logan Valley Public Heath, spoke to the council about quaretine and isolation training. She asked the council to work a quarentine plan into place so that everyone would have a general understanding of what to expect and the process.

Connie Petersen was on the agenda to request blocking off a street for an anniversary party but changed the direction of her anniversay party and did not attend.

Tim Ogborn was present to speak with the council about his water bill on 109 E. Fulton for $4,127.11. He stated the place has been vacant for over a year and that he has recently sold it. He stated there was a leak a couple of months ago and he had called the city to turn off the water which Dan Tanksley III did. He said that the water should have been turned off a long time ago but was not. He stated the previous renters called the office. Clerk Onken stated that there was no phone calls made to the City office requesting water to be shut off prior to his request on 05/13/2016 at 2:00 p.m.. Mayor Beckner asked Tim how he could have a house and not look at it for a year. Tim’s response is that he had to get our of town because someone tried to kill him and that he now can not pay the $4,127.11. Mayor Beckner told Tim to figure out what he thinks is far and said that as to who pays the bill, he needs to be discussed it between him and the new owner because it is not the City’s responsibility Mayor Beckner state that the City would be willing to work out a payment plan but he needs to come to the city with a proposed plan.

Chief Poland gave his monthly report and answered any questions.

Bryan Johnson gave his quarterly street department report and presented the council with different options for a new street loader. He received bids from CAT, John Deere, and Cass. No decision was made at this time.

Motion by Blanc, seconded by Gilliland to pass Resolution 2016-11, WHEREAS, the OAKLAND PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM desires to apply for said funds to purchase 2 vehicles (wheelchair accessible minivan and a small bus with wheelchair lift) to provide public transportation in the Oakland, Nebraska area and all voted yes on roll call.

Motion by Gilliland, seconded by Mockenhaupt to introduce Ordiance 701, AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF OAKLAND, NEBRASKA, TO REGULATE PARKING; TO ESTABLISH PENALTIES FOR VIOLATIONS; TO REPEAL CONFLICTING ORDINANCES AND SECTIONS; TO PROVIDE AN EFFECTIVE DATE and waive the three readings. All voted yes on roll call.

Motion made by G. Mockenhaupt, seconded by Blanc to adopt Ordiance 701, AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF OAKLAND, NEBRASKA, TO REGULATE PARKING; TO ESTABLISH PENALTIES FOR VIOLATIONS; TO REPEAL CONFLICTING ORDINANCES AND SECTIONS; TO PROVIDE AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

Motion by Mockenhaupt, seconded by Blanc to introduce Ordiance 702, AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF OAKLAND, NEBRASKA, TO REGULATE ANIMAL WASTE; TO ESTABLISH PENALTIES FOR VIOLATIONS; TO REPEAL CONFLICTING ORDINANCES AND SECTIONS; TO PROVIDE AN EFFECTIVE DATE and waive the three readings. All voted yes on roll call.

Motion by Blanc, seconded by Gilliland to adopt Ordiance 702, AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF OAKLAND, NEBRASKA, TO REGULATE ANIMAL WASTE; TO ESTABLISH PENALTIES FOR VIOLATIONS; TO REPEAL CONFLICTING ORDINANCES AND SECTIONS; TO PROVIDE AN EFFECTIVE DATE and all voted yes on roll call.

Motion by Mockenhaupt, seconded by Gilliland to approve the recommendation from the Board of Adjustments to approve a variance for 101 S. Charde to allow a 15’ rear setback and all voted yes on roll call.

A city siren is located on private property at 710 N Oakland and the owners would like it moved seeing that it has become an obsitcal for them. Discussion about where to move the siren was had but no decision was made.

The council discussed potential dates for a the 2016-2017 budget hearing.

L.Blanc spoke to the council about the new park restroom. He explanined that when the pool is being filled there isn’t enough water to run the bathrooms. There will be a better schedule next summer so the pool is not being filled during a busy time at the restrooms..

            Motion by Mockenhaupt, seconded by Blanc to add President Denise Gilliland to the First National Northeast Bank bank account signature cards. All answered Yes on roll call.

The bills and warrants were presented to the City Council as follows: Rodney H. Johnson $15.00 ,Advantage Business Forms $340.00, ABB $35.04, Anderson Hardware $418.59,ANDY’S QUIK STOP $331.88, BLACK HILLS ENERGY $80.35,Braniff Service $124.95,Burt Co Eco Dev Corporation $2,975.00,Central Valley Ag Cooperative $607.40,CHEMSEARCH$242.27,Computor Innovations $130.00,DEARBORN NATIONAL $130.69,Farmer’s Pride $2,001.81,First Bankcard $323.33,Harms Equip. Co.$324.92,Ingram Library Services $846.60, Jerri Case $25.92,Midwest Laboratories $ 869.00,MIDWEST UNDERGROUND INC $27,356.85,Nebraska Lib Commission   $500.00, NMC $94.11,NNSWC Coalition Fees $1,316.18,Nebraska Public Power District $156.95,Oakland Chamber of Commerce $3,000.00,Oakland Independent $161.22,PENDER IMPLEMENT $26.92,Petty Cash $400.16, Red Barn Vet Clinic $154.50,Robertson Implement Co.$ 628.26,Sargent Drilling 15,057.49,Seals & Service, Inc. $46.88,Stalp Gravel Co. $896.94,Verizon Wireless $191.64,   Nelson’s Food Pride $680.00, EFTPS $4,474.31,FIRST NATIONAL BANK- HSA $265.00,Ameritas Life Ins. Corp. $775.20

 

 

D.Gilliand made a motion to accept the warrents. G. Mockenhaupt seconded and all council voted AYE

There being no further business to come before the council, the meeting adjourned at 6:51 p.m.

 

__________________________________

Ted R. Beckner, Mayor

________________________

Katie K Onken

Oakland City Council Meeting Agenda


 REGULAR MEETING

CITY COUNCIL

CITY OF OAKLAND, NEBRASKA

 

MEETING NOTICE:

            NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that a regular meeting of the Mayor and City Council of the City of Oakland, Nebraska, will be held at 5:30 on Monday August 15th 2016 at the Municipal Building, 401 North Oakland Avenue in Oakland, Nebraska for the regular monthly meeting.

An agenda for such meeting, kept continuously current is available for public inspection at the office of the City Clerk. Except for items of an emergency nature, the agenda shall not be enlarged later than twenty-four hours before the scheduled commencement of the meeting.

______________________________________________________________________________

PRELIMINARY AGENDA

I.                        CALL TO ORDER

 

A.   Roll Call

B.   Establishment of a Quorum

C.   Reminder of Open Meeting Laws/Poster

D.   Approval July 18th & August 1st, 2016 meeting minutes

E.    Treasurer’s Report

 

  1. SCHEDULED CITIZENS AND VISITORS TO ADDRESS THE COUNCIL

F.    Kathy Backer- Responsible Beverage Server Training and Melanie Thompson- quarantine and isolation laws in Nebraska and the training opportunities that are available to government and elected officials

G.   Connie Peterson- Request to block off street for anniversary party on October 8th, 2016.

 

  • COMMITTEE AND DEPARTMENT REPORTS

H.   Police Report

I.     Street department

J.     All departments

 

IV.                    OLD BUSINESS

 

V.                      NEW BUSINESS

K.   Consideration of Resolution 2016-11, Oakland Public Transportation System

L.    Consideration of Ordinance 701, TO REGULATE PARKING;

M. Consideration of Ordnance 702; TO REGULATE ANIMAL WASTE;

 

VI.                    INFORMATION ITEM

N.   Special budget meeting date- date to approve budget

 

 

 

  • DISCUSSION

O.   New Street department loader

P.    New location for siren

Q.   New park restroom

 

  • CLOSED SESSION

 

  1. APPROVAL OF OPERATIONS BILLS AND WARRANTS

Approval by motion

  1. ADJOURNMENT

Registered Agenda Speakers

                  The Mayor or Presiding Meeting Officer reserves the right to deny this request, or will call you to the center front podium when your agenda Item is ready to be heard. Presentations, if allowed, may be limited to five (5) minutes per person, with a limit of three (3) individuals speaking per topic position. Please come to the center front podium, and clearly state your name and address for the record and the agenda topic you wish to speak upon in a professional manner.

                  The Mayor and City Council reserve the right to enter into an executive session at any time during the meeting, in accordance with the Nebraska Open Meetings Act, even though the closed session may not be indicated on the agenda.

                  It is the intention of the Mayor and City Council to take up the items on the agenda in sequential order. However, the Mayor and City Council reserve the right to take up matters in a different order to accommodate the schedules of the city council members, persons having items on the agenda, and the public

Oakland City Council Meeting Agenda


 

 

 

REGULAR MEETING

CITY COUNCIL

CITY OF OAKLAND, NEBRASKA

 

MEETING NOTICE:

            NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that a regular meeting of the Mayor and City Council of the City of Oakland, Nebraska, will be held at 5:30 on Monday July 18th, 2016 at the Municipal Building, 401 North Oakland Avenue in Oakland, Nebraska for the regular monthly meeting.

An agenda for such meeting, kept continuously current is available for public inspection at the office of the City Clerk. Except for items of an emergency nature, the agenda shall not be enlarged later than twenty-four hours before the scheduled commencement of the meeting.

______________________________________________________________________________

PRELIMINARY AGENDA

I.                        CALL TO ORDER

 

A.   Roll Call

B.   Establishment of a Quorum

C.   Reminder of Open Meeting Laws/Poster

D.   Approval June 20th, 2016 meeting minutes

E.    Treasurer’s Report

 

  1. SCHEDULED CITIZENS AND VISITORS TO ADDRESS THE COUNCIL

F.    Swedish Heritage Center- Asking to budget for Utilities

G.   Phil Lorenzen-D.A. Davidson & Company

H.   Tim Adams- Pay Estimate #5 & Change Order # 1

I.     Debbie Anderson- update on Byway of Arts

J.     Sue Beckner- Garden Club

 

  • COMMITTEE AND DEPARTMENT REPORTS

K.   Police Report

L.    Library Report

M. All departments

 

IV.                    OLD BUSINESS

 

V.                      NEW BUSINESS

N.   1.  Consider Refunding of Series 2011 General Obligation Refunding Bonds, Series 2011

     a.     Consideration of Resolution of call of 2011 GO Bonds

     b.    Passage and adoption of Bond Ordinance for issuance of General Obligation Refunding Bonds, Series 2011

O.   Consider Refunding of Series 2011 General Obligation Swimming Pool Refunding Bonds, Series 2011

     a.     Consideration of Resolution of call of 2011 GO Swimming Pool Bonds

     b.    Passage and adoption of Bond Ordinance for issuance of General Obligation Swimming Pool Refunding Bonds, Series 2011

P.    Oakland Chamber of Commerce- Consideration of support for the Party in the Park by donating to the firework display

Q.   Resolution 2016-9 Renewal Resolution for LARM insuarnce

 

VI.                    INFORMATION ITEM

 

 

  • DISCUSSION

R.

                 

  • CLOSED SESSION

 

  1. APPROVAL OF OPERATIONS BILLS AND WARRANTS

Approval by motion

  1. ADJOURNMENT

Registered Agenda Speakers

                  The Mayor or Presiding Meeting Officer reserves the right to deny this request, or will call you to the center front podium when your agenda Item is ready to be heard. Presentations, if allowed, may be limited to five (5) minutes per person, with a limit of three (3) individuals speaking per topic position. Please come to the center front podium, and clearly state your name and address for the record and the agenda topic you wish to speak upon in a professional manner.

                  The Mayor and City Council reserve the right to enter into an executive session at any time during the meeting, in accordance with the Nebraska Open Meetings Act, even though the closed session may not be indicated on the agenda.

                  It is the intention of the Mayor and City Council to take up the items on the agenda in sequential order. However, the Mayor and City Council reserve the right to take up matters in a different order to accommodate the schedules of the city council members, persons having items on the agenda, and the public

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