The County Commissioners met in regular session on Thursday, August 13, 2020 and after the approval of claims, agenda and past meeting minutes, correspondences were shared. The Board of Equalization met, and County Assessor Rose Nelson reported on tax list corrections and a clerical error was officially corrected.
The Bridgeport City Council met in regular session on Thursday, August 13th at the Prairie Winds Community Center and after routine business, the consent agenda was passed, and claims were paid.
A lengthy school project in the metal shop classroom that evolved over the course of a year and a half, involving six high schoolers and their shop teacher, Todd Janicek, culminated in the city’s erection of a tawny-looking copper-colored sign last week.
During the Nebraska Legislature’s second to last week, lawmakers proposed amendments for the property tax compromise and advanced anti-abortion and hair discrimination bills to final reading. Although senators focused on the tax package, debates on other bills such as parole reform and Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) requirements were heard as well.
The Bridgeport Board of Education held their regularly scheduled board meeting on Monday, August 10th. All board members were present along with the administration, Ms. Vonnie Brown and Ryan Amateis. The meeting was live-streamed on STRIV and social distancing was observed.