Polar Plunge On Nebraska City’s Agenda

NEBRASKA CITY – The Nebraska City City Council is scheduled to meet at 6 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 4.

Nebraska Special Olympics will request use of Steinhart Pond, Wildwood Pond or the aquatic center for the polar plunge on March 2.

Public hearings are scheduled for the Wagon Wheel liquor license and $20,000 museum pass.

Parking for Blue Rivers buses, a $150,000 library grant, bridge repairs and vacating right of way and sale of land to Kevin Barrett.

The city council is scheduled to take the oath of office for new police officers Dylan Lazure and George Horner.

Lazure, 24, had previously worked in food service and hospital security in Omaha. He has a criminal justice degree from Iowa Western. He attended Nebraska City High School and earned his degree in 2013 in Omaha.

Horner, 23, grew up in South Sioux City. He attended the University of Nebraska-Lincoln earning a degree in criminal justice with a minor in international studies. He previously worked at a Lancaster County detention facility.

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