Wayne City Council To Meet At Activity Center

WAYNE – From annual requests for a November 19 event, to action items on the Nebraska Street Project and a few purchases, Wayne City Council members will hold their regularly scheduled meeting on Tuesday, November 3 at 5:30 p.m.

From the Community Room of the Wayne Community Activity Center, the introduction of new employees will continue as Brian Hanson will speak early in the meeting.

A pair of annual requests will be brought to the attention of the city council.

Wayne Area Economic Development is seeking approval to prohibit parking on Main Street in the 200 block from 5:30 until 8 p.m. for the Christmas on Main Celebration/Annual Parade of Lights Event. A resolution will also acknowledge the Nebraska Department of Roads requirements for the Temporary Use of the State Highway System for Special Events. The annual event will be held on Thursday, November 19.

Darrell Moore will attend tonight’s meeting and is wanting to build a house across the lot line which is separating the two lots he purchased in Vintage Hill. An ordinance will be discussed at the meeting.

A couple action items will then close out the “2019 Nebraska Street Improvements Project” with Robert Woehler & Sons Construction, Inc.

Council will then address two resolutions on accepting a bid and awarding a contract on the purchase of two 2021 work trucks along with an artic snow pusher.

Wayne City Council members will also take consideration and action on keeping a ball python snake within the corporate limits of Wayne and Mayor Cale Giese will bring forward names to the Problem Resolution Team.