Highlights from June 22nd’s City Council meeting:

The pool will open in early July at no charge, not limited to Scribner residents and up to 172 capacity. The slide and diving boards will be open. Come in your swimming suit with your towel (floaty devices for young children are allowed). No changing because time and access is limited in the bathhouse.

Firepits (how they can be operated in town): there will be two more readings at the city council meeting regarding the new firepit rule (click HERE and scroll to 1:08:30 to listen to the issue). The next reading will be in July with the final reading in August. Citizens are encouraged to be active in their community by coming to the meetings and voicing their concerns and opinions before the final reading in August. **Regulation posted below**

The Care Corps’ Lifehouse mobile food bank will be held in the north parking lot of the city building on June 30th from 5-6pm. Paperwork will be accessible on our website (click HERE) and once filled out and handed into the city office, the information will be good for one year. On June 30th, everyone in need who comes will get the same box as everyone else, until we receive your paperwork and are able to process it for the next month’s mobile food bank, located at the same location, north of the city building. If you cannot leave your home (those who cannot leave their homes, food boxes can be delivered by our Economic Development Director Elizabeth Valla by calling 402.719.8589 or emailing econdev@scribner-ne.gov.

And finally, the councilmen have decided to stop broadcasting monthly city council meetings via Facebook live. The meetings are open to the public and anyone is welcome to attend.

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