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

The agenda includes public hearings on forgiveness of economic development loans, purchase of land from the Nebraska Railroad Museum and second addition to the Kreifels Hills Subdivision.

The Veterans Memorial Building will give its quarterly report.

Margaret Spiers of the Children’s Watering Tower Gardens is planning to donate bike safety kits and flags to the police department.

EMS is planning to apply for a grant for a new ambulance and the library is seeking a grant for computers and equipment.

MC Wells Contracting is proposing a $55,847 repair to the Steinhart Park Road timber bridge. The bridge was built in 1998 with a 50-year expected life span. The city says it will not make it to its original design of 2048 without these repairs.

The Nebraska Department of Economic Development is discontinuing the Economic Development Revolving Loan Fund, but outstanding balances remain for Hillmans Masonry, $1,881;  Warehouse Antiques, $12,765; and Gregory Welding, $140,000.

Mayor Bryan Bequette will proclaim National Police Week May 12-18 and EMS week May 19-25.