Council Member Bryan Snyder introduced the following Resolution and moved for its adoption.
Be it resolved by the Mayor and City Council of the City of Rushville, Nebraska:
Section 1. The City currently has the power by ordinance to regulate traffic upon the streets, sidewalks and public places within the incorporated limits of the City pursuant to Neb. Rev. Stat. Sec. 17-139.
Section 2. The City has enacted an ordinance pursuant to Sec. 17-139 in which to, by resolution, provide for the placing of signs, signals or standards in any street or alley under the municipalities jurisdiction for the purpose of regulation or prohibiting traffic thereon.
Section 3. That said ordinance referenced in Section 2 is Rushville City Ordinance Section 5-101 and 5-103. That the City entered into an Agreement Renewal with the Nebraska Department of Roads on or about December 29, 2015, pursuant to Neb. Rev. Stat. Sec. 60-6, 120.
Section 4. That pursuant to the above referenced Agreement Renewal, the City agreed to maintain all the miscellaneous pavement markings, including angle and parallel parking lanes, pedestrian cross walks, school crossings, etc., within the corporate limits of the City of Rushville, Nebraska.
Section 5. Pursuant thereto and the recommendations by the Nebraska Department of Roads Traffic Engineering Division, the City hereby resolves that two pedestrian cross walks be reapplied-as previously placed-on both the east and west sides of Main Street in Rushville, Sheridan County, Nebraska, said pedestrian crosswalks running north and south across U.S. Highway 20 (otherwise known as Second Street) at the intersection of Main Street and U.S. Highway 20 in Rushville, Sheridan County, Nebraska.
Section 6. That the pavement markings aforementioned shall be reapplied pursuant to Neb. Rev. Stat. Sec. 60-6, 118 and Title 411 Neb. Admin Code Sec. 1-001.01.
Section 7. The City hereby resolves that said pavement markings be completed by the City of Rushville Street and Alley Department immediately upon the completion of the publication of this Resolution herein.
The foregoing Resolution having been read, Council Member Stephanie Lovell seconded the motion for passage and adoption, and after consideration thereof the roll was called on the passage and the adoption of said Resolution and the following Council Members voted aye:
Snyder, Jensen, Lovell.
The following Council Members voted nay:
The passage of the Resolution having been consented to by more that a majority of the members elected to the Council was declared passed and adopted this 25th day of July, 2016.
/s/ Chris Heiser
Attest: /s/ Connie Roffers
Published: August 3, 2016