WAYNE – A location change will close out the final regularly scheduled Wayne City Council meeting of 2021.
From the Wayne Senior Center (410 Pearl Street), Tuesday evening’s agenda will close out with a town hall on annexation. The meeting will begin at 5:30 p.m.
Cap Peterson with Northeast Nebraska Insurance Agency will go over a presentation on the 2022 Property and Casualty Insurance Package with action to approve the same.
Director of the Wayne Community Housing Development Corporation, Mytzy Rodriguez-Kufner will be requesting $25,600 to provide operating cost assistance through May. More information will be provided at the meeting.
A ‘Closeout Discussion’ item will then follow on action to assess liquidated damages and or grant time extension for the ‘Pine Heights Road & Utility Improvements Project’.
A pair of other action items will next address a 2022 renewal for the Nebraska Department of Transportation’s Maintenance Agreement as well as appointing Joel Hansen as the City Street Superintendent for 2022. This appointment would be for the purpose of the 2022 calendar year Highway Incentive payment to be issued to the City of Wayne by the NDOT in February of 2023.
Councilmembers will then look to authorize the signing of the Year-End Certification of City Street Superintendent Form. New requirements are for the basis for determining the City of Wayne’s calendar year 2021 incentive funds.
Council President Jill Brodersen has prepared plans and specifications for “College Hill Trail Head Project” and will be seeking approval. Another added resolution item will be accepting a bid and awarding a contract on the purchase of a new fire truck.
Prior to the Town Hall meeting on annexation, a series of appointments as well as a reappointment will take place. A total of 30 addresses have been listed among the council packet during the town hall meeting.