Terrytown City Council agenda and minutes from October 2016 to the most recent meeting.
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CITY OF TERRYTOWN
The City of Terrytown Council met on Thursday, September 21, 2017, at 6:30 PM, for their special meeting at the Housing Authority, 89A Woodley Park Road in the City of Terrytown. Notice of said meeting was published in the Scottsbluff Star-Herald according to law and council members were notified of said meeting. The meeting was called to order at 6:30 p.m. by Mayor Kent Greenwalt. Council Members present were: Jerry Green, Cyinda Kriner, Chris Perales and Marcia Sherlock. Absent: None. Assistant City Clerk Tamera Leeling recorded the proceedings of the meeting. The minutes of the previous meeting were dispensed with.
The Pledge of Allegiance was recited by those in attendance. Mayor Greenwalt pointed out the location of the poster for the Open Meetings Act.
There were no additions, changes, or emergency items added to the agenda.
A public hearing was conducted to consider repealing Ordinance 438, which created one way streets on Woodley Park Road from Terry Boulevard to Spring Valley Lane and on Spring Valley Lane from Terry Boulevard to Woodley Park Road in the City of Terrytown, Nebraska. Residents unanimously claimed the one-way streets did not alleviate traffic and safety problems along adjoining Terry Boulevard and that an increase in traffic and parking problems have been experienced.
Moved by Green and seconded by Perales to direct City Attorney Libby Stobel to draft an ordinance to repeal Ordinance 438 which created one way streets on Woodley Park Road from Terry Boulevard to Spring Valley Lane and on Spring Valley Lane from Terry Boulevard to Woodley Park Road in the City of Terrytown, Nebraska. The new ordinance cannot go into effect until approved at the regular monthly City of Terrytown Council meeting on Thursday, October 5, 2017. Aye’s: Green, Kriner, Perales and Sherlock. Nay’s: None. Motion approved.
There being no further business to come before the Council, moved by Perales and seconded by Kriner to adjourn to the next called meeting on Thursday, October 5, at 6:30 PM, subject to the call of the Mayor. Aye’s: Green, Kriner, Perales and Sherlock. Nay’s: None. Motion approved.
Mayor of the City of Terrytown
Assistant City Clerk