Photo: Butch Bovier, Doug Friedli, Isaac Fichter build a Lewis & Clark fort at Nebraska City

NEBRASKA CITY – The Nebraska City City Council is scheduled to meet at 6 p.m. on Monday, July 1.

The agenda includes staffing changes to the Nebraska City Fire Department, introduction of new EMT Katie Harvey and appointment of Capt. Lonnie Neeman as interim police chief effectively July 13.

JustServe.org will present on a website for community service. JustServe.org offers a free website that matches organizations in need of service with volunteers. People who visit the website or  download the app can share their interests and times available. They will receive a list of opportunities to serve, including remote sessions.

JustServe lists 96 organizations within 50 miles of Nebraska City include the American Cancer Society, Foodbank of the Heartlands, Mills County Ministerial Association and Missouri River Basin Lewis & Clark Visitor Center.

Discussion an animal impoundment and use of ARPA funds are also scheduled.

The federal government allocated $1.2 million to Nebraska City for pandemic recovery. The city has $289,000 remaining that must be used in 2025.

The city made a verbal agreement with The Animal Hospital, 5791 G Rd., in 2022 for impound services. A report from City Clerk Randy Dunster says the Animal Hospital has been an excellent partner in caring for impounded dogs and cats and has rates lower than the Arbor Valley Animal Clinic, 1810 S. 11th St.

The JustServe Advisory Council includes Matt Bertram of the American Red Cross, Paul Cobb of Post News Group, Sharon Eubank of the Church of Latter-day Saints, Sean Callahan of Catholic Relief Services, Kaira Esgate of America’s Service Commission and John Hewko of Rotary International.