(Neb.)- Chadron City Council Approves Rezone For CPS
(Chadron)- The Chadron City Council held their regularly scheduled meeting Monday evening at city hall council chambers.
Members of the Chadron Public Schools Student Council along with Superintendent Caroline Winchester were on hand to ask the board to rezone the school in order to allow for a new marquee sign at CPS. The area is currently zoned as an R1 Single Family Residential and would be changed to an LC Limited Commercial zone. The board approved the resolution unanimously to rezone Chadron Public Schools, but board member Doc Gamby requested that other avenues be explored to prevent possible rezoning needs in the future for issues similar to this.
The city council approved plans and specifications for street repairs that will be completed on North Mears Street between Niobrara and Norfolk Avenues, and 5th Street between Chapin and Cedar Street.
Chadron Police Chief Tim Lordino presented plans and specifications to the council regarding a new 2014 full size police package sedan. The item was tabled by the board citing concerns of current specifications already in place, and the possibility of changing them to accommodate officers more accurately. The item will be brought up again at the July 15th meeting.
The city council approved and congratulated Kourt and Jimel Cooksley on being the first to purchase a lot in the Niobrara Addition. The Cooksley’s purchased lot number ten for the opening bid price of $14, 500.
City Manager Wayne Anderson stated that there will be a public meeting regarding the Highway 20 project on July 23rd from 4-6 p.m. at city hall council chambers.
The Chardon City Council adjourned and went into executive session at 6:59 p.m. to discuss litigation involving special assessments levied against lot 4 of the Ridgeview 4th Addition.
The board will next meet on July 15th at 6:00 p.m. and wish everyone a safe and happy Fourth of July!
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