Current Information

To all CB Residents– As of the April Village Board Meeting, the following new dates apply to our residents:

Water & Sewer invoices due: 16th of each calendar month.

Water disconnects will be on: 27th of each calendar month.     Thank you.

 

MEETING AGENDA

July 10, 2018

7:00 PM

STATEMENT BY CHAIRMAN:       Statement informing the public that the poster regarding the Open Meetings Act is posted on

the north wall of the board meeting room.

ROLL CALL:  Roll call is taken by the signature of the Trustees on the receipt of notice sheet.

REPORTS:

Chief of Police      2. Utilities Superintendent      3.  Clerk/Treasurer      4.  Zoning Administrator     5. Emergency Mgmt

PETITIONS AND COMMUNICATIONS:   

AUDIENCES: 

UNSCHEDULED AUDIENCE:

APPROVAL ON CONSENT AGENDA

Note: All items noted with an asterisk are automatically approved when the consent of agenda is approved unless removed

by a Trustee.

*MINUTES OF PREVIOUS MEETING

*FINANCIAL REPORTS

*CLAIMS

UNFINISHED BUSINESS:               

Outstanding Pavement Assessments – Village Board

JPA Park Updates – Village Board

NEW BUSINESS:

PERMITS & LICENSES:

EXECUTIVE SESSION: 

ADJOURNMENT

The deadline for accepting additions to this agenda is Friday July 6, 2018, at 4:30 pm with the exception of

approval by the board chairperson up to 24 hours prior to the meeting.

 

Girl Scout Troop #58022– Currently there is a new Girl Scout Troup #58022 in the Cedar Bluffs area community that will be starting up in the September-Fall calendar of 2018.  The meeting time and place is tentatively at the CB Elementary Building in the library, after school at 3:35 p.m.  The meetings are scheduled to be held every other week, but will be confirmed at a later date.  The Girl Scout Leader is Melissa Hall from rural Cedar Bluffs.  If interested, please contact her at 402-968-2828 or melissahall2005@gmail.com. Thank you.

 

CB Fire & Rescue– The 2018 severe weather season is well upon us.  This is just a reminder that may save lives of you and your loved ones.  Every home should have access to a NOAA Weather Radio that can be purchased at most stores that carry electronic items.  A weather radio with alert tones can be a life saver.  The siren that is located at the fire station is an: outdoor early notification device and may be activated anytime weather conditions could be hazardous to the citizens of CB.  Its use is to notify everyone that may be outdoors that a storm is approaching that contains the potential for high winds, hails, lightning and or tornados.  It is there to warn citizens to get off the streets, out of the parks, off of ball diamonds and seek an area of shelter from the storm.  Once activated, you should seek shelter on the lowest floor of a sturdy building or go to a basement or storm cellar.  Emergency items: flashlights, shoes, cell phone, drinking water, first-aid kit and a hand-held whistle. Should you be unable to leave your shelter after a storm event, call 911 and give them your location and any details that will assist in your rescue.  Should your phone not connect, stay calm and listen to the sounds around you.  Your fire department and law enforcement will be searching the entire area and will not give up until you have been located.  If you hear rescuers in your area, blow a whistle and then wait for their response.

 

Park Shelter Reservation - Is now available.  Please call the Village Hall in CB @ 402-628-3115 to rent the large picnic shelter for your next outdoor activity.  $13.00 fee for either time frame/partial day of 11:00 - 4:00 p.m. or 4:30 - 9:30 p.m.  A $25.00 fee for an all day reservation.  Reservation notices will be posted at the large picnic shelter and on the website. The 2 small picnic shelters are always available to the public and will not be rented out.  Thank you.

 

Resolution 2017-12 – The Village of CB has a Resolution that any outstanding W&S balance of $5.00 or more at the end of a billing cycle will result in water shut-off.  So, if you owe $4.99 or less, this balance will be carried over to the next month.  Once again, if you owe $5.00 or more, this will result in water shut-off.  Please take this into consideration when paying your monthly bill.  It is your responsibility to know/read your invoice.  Thanks for understanding.

 

Weather Alert from Utility Maintenance

In case of a weather emergency, it is important for any resident to know where their water shutoff is inside their home.  Please take time to check this out before any emergency happens.  Any questions, please call Matt Baker at: 402-250-7907 or Gil Frey at: 402-443-9332

 

Cedar Bluffs Auditorium Rental

The Village of Cedar Bluffs rents their auditorium for a fee of $225.00 per event. The auditorium has a suggested capacity of 480 people on the gym floor and also includes handicapped restrooms and a kitchen.  A damage and key deposit of $125.00 is required when reserving the date.  Please call the Cedar Bluffs Public Schools 402-628-2080 for more details.  Thanks.