City council says ‘yes’ to retreat with other government entities
Local governing bodies are planning a retreat to discuss issues that affect them all, including the future of Gothenburg.
At an Oct. 19 meeting, Gothenburg City Council members agreed to the meeting which is so far with school District 20 and Gothenburg Memorial Hospital board members and officials.
Council members were asked to submit ideas for issues to be discussed at the retreat. A date has not yet been set.
On another matter, the council approved a resolution which states that Gothenburg State Bank officials can revoke, upon written request, an agreement with the city that allows a handicapped parking stall in front of Peterson’s Supermarket on the north side of Ninth Street.
The parking stall blocks a fourth lane of traffic at the bank’s drive-through facility.
Bank officials have said the bank doesn’t need the fourth drive-through lane but most likely will in the future.
In other business, the council:
passed a resolution that approves a deed of conservation easement between the Central Platte Natural Resources District and Gifford Massie who owns land near the airport.
appointed a sewer study review committee that includes
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