Mayor Howard Stubbendieck opened the public hearing regarding the liquor license application
of Jason Laessig, dba Stop N Shop at 6:00 p.m. on Monday, March 26, 2007 at City Hall.
Council members answering roll were Bob McCaulley, Melody Falcone, Mitch Miller and Ray
Frew. Absent: None.
Notices of the public hearing and special meeting were given in advance thereof by publication
in the March 15, 2007 edition of the Plattsmouth Journal.
There being no public objection to the information presented regarding the liquor license
application, the public hearing was closed and the special meeting was opened with all members
of the council answering roll. Location of the posting of the Nebraska Open Meeting Act was
Motion by McCaulley, seconded by Falcone to approve the liquor license application for a retail
Class “D” Liquor License requested by Jason Laessig, dba Stop N Shop. Motion carried with
McCaulley, Falcone, Miller and Frew voting aye. Nays. None.
Following review and discussion of the Preliminary Report of the Water System Study prepared
by Olsson Associates, it was agreed to pursue billing for city utility services on a monthly basis
rather than bi-monthly and to study a possible rate increase schedule to accommodate the
recommended water system improvements.
Discussion was held regarding the Highway 50 detour truck traffic, animal control issues, and
the acquisition of a multi-purpose utility vehicle, with action being tabled on all issues to allow
for further review.
Motion by Miller, seconded by McCaulley to allow for the concession stand at the Ball Field to
be used by promoters of a ball tournament benefit, to be held April 28, 2007, provided operation
of the same is properly monitored. Motion carried unanimously.
It was agreed that the previous decision to perform street sweeping services only on Eldora
Avenue and the four city limit access routes be revised to include city-wide street cleaning due
to the excessive amount of debris remaining from winter road conditions. It was noted that
efforts will be pursued to enforce city regulations regarding disposition of grass clippings or
leaves into the streets in order to maintain the street appearance, once the street sweeping is
As the Cass County Recycle Center is now available for county residents to dispose of various
items such as appliances, tires, metal, etc., the decision was made that a City Clean up Day in
Weeping Water would not be held this year. It was further noted that the majority of the
previously disposed items could have been included with the weekly curbside refuse collection.
Motion by Falcone seconded by Miller to adjourn. Motion carried unanimously.
/s/ Howard Stubbendieck, Mayor
/s/ Kay Gerdes, City Clerk