NEBRASKA CITY - The Nebraska City City Council is scheduled to meet at 6 p.m. on Monday.

The agenda includes the preliminary plat for the city housing subdivision and annexation of the Kreifels Hills Subdivision, as well as an ordinance to raise the utility franchise fee to pay for infrastructure improvements in the housing development.

The city will consider hiring an administrative clerk, completing bond payments for the aquatic center and termination of the Nebraska City Recreation Agency.

The city’s Board of Public Works proposes replacing 860 feet of 4-inch, cast iron water main with 8-inch polymer from 16th Street and Eighth Avenue  north to Frontage Road at a cost of $93,359.

Daniel Evertson proposes using a portion of Second Corso for a block party on May 20 and Brad Osthus requests relocating north parking signs on two blocks of Second Corso.

River City Classics Car Club request street closures and use of Memorial Way for car show .

Nebraska City Utilities was awarded a national safety award in May.

The utility earned first place in its category for the American Public Power Association’s Safety Award of Excellence for safe operations in 2022.

283 utilities from the across the country were ranked for the annual safety awards based on worker hours and incident-free records.

Manager Jeff Kohrs said the utility is proud to be honored for the commitment that goes into employee safety.