Closed Session
Council reserves the right to enter into closed session if deemed necessary if the item is on the agenda as per Section 84-1410 of the Nebraska Revised Statutes. view: PDF
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Consent Calendar: (Items in the consent calendar are proposed for adoption by one action for all items unless any member of the council requests that an item be considered separately.)
Approve the minutes of the April 29, 2019 Regular Meeting. view: PDF
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Council to set a public hearing for May 20, 2019 at 6:05 p.m. for the Redevelopment Plan by Platte Valley Bank. view: PDF
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Council to set a public hearing for May 20, 2019 at 6:05 p.m. for the Redevelopment Plan by 1dash5 Enterprises, LLC. view: PDF
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Council to acknowledge receipt of May 1, 2019 Tax Increment Financing Progress Report. view: PDF
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Claims
Council to consider and take action on claims of the City. view: PDF
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Public Hearings:
Council to conduct a Public Hearing as set for this date at 6:05 p.m. to consider and take action concerning the report of the LB840 Economic Development Program Citizen’s Advisory Committee. view: PDF
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Scottsbluff Youth Council
Scottsbluff Youth Council (informational only): view: PDF
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Petitions, Communications, Public Input:
Council to consider and take action on the request to issue special arts-related event wine permits for the West Nebraska Arts Center, 106 East 18th Street and special designated liquor licenses for three events on June 27, 2019; August 1, 2019; and December 6, 2019. view: PDF
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Council to receive a presentation from the Tri-City Active Living Advisory Council. view: PDF
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Council to remove from the table the Proclamation naming May 12-18, 2019 as Police Week. view: PDF
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Mayor to read the Proclamation naming May 12-18, 2019 as Police Week. view: PDF
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City Manager to give an update on collective bargaining negotiations with Fire, Police and Public Works employees and give a brief explanation of the negotiation process. view: PDF
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Resolution & Ordinances:
Council to receive an update on Scottsbluff High School pedestrian and vehicle safety including public streets around the High School and to consider taking action on Resolution 19-05-01, setting a new speed limit on 27th Street between 5th Avenue and Broadway. view: PDF
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Reports from Staff, Boards & Commissions:
Council to acknowledge contract offer from Riverside Discovery Center and consider action. view: PDF
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Council to consider approving the agreement with Earl W. Johnson as Campground host for the Riverside Park Campground and authorize the Mayor to execute the agreement. view: PDF
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Council to consider approval of the sand volleyball coordinator agreement and authorize the Mayor to execute the agreement. view: PDF
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Council to consider the agreement with Copier Connection for the Police Department and authorize the Mayor to execute the agreement. view: PDF
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