- Kelcey Jeppson
- Shirley Huber
- Amy Neff
- Marky Miller
- Helen Boman
Hebron Ordinances Title 9: General Regulations
(A) The Library Board shall be appointed by the Mayor and confirmed by a majority vote of the City Council. The Board shall consist of five members who shall be residents of the municipality. The members of the Library Board shall serve a four-year term of office as specified by state statutes. The Board shall serve without compensation and may be required, in the discretion of the City Council, to give a bond in a sum set by resolution of the City Council, and conditioned upon the faithful performance of their duties. At the time of the Board’s first meeting in July of each year, the Board shall organize by selecting from their number a Chairperson and Secretary.
(B) It shall be the duty of the Secretary to keep the full and correct minutes and records of all meetings, and to file the same with the Municipal Clerk where they shall be available for public inspection at any reasonable time. A majority of the Board members shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of business. The Board shall meet at such times as the Board may designate.
(C) Special meetings may be held upon the call of the Chairperson, or any three members of the Board.
(D) The Library Board shall have the authority to appoint a librarian and all other employees. It shall be the duty of the Board to have general charge of the municipal library and to establish appropriate rules and regulations for the management, operation and use of the same. The Board shall have supervisory authority over all employees of the library including the librarian. All actions of the Board shall be subject to the review and supervision of the City Council. The Board shall be responsible for making such reports and performing such additional duties as the City Council may designate from time to time.
(E) No member of the City Council shall serve as a member of the Library Board while serving a term of office as a member of the City Council. No member of the Library Board shall serve in the capacity of both the Chairperson and Secretary of the Board.
(Neb. RS 51-202) (1999 Code, § 2-201)
§ 31.16 PLANNING COMMISSION.
(A) The Planning Commission shall consist of five regular members who shall represent, insofar as is possible, the different professions or occupations in the municipality and shall be appointed by the Mayor, by and with the approval of a majority vote of the members elected to the City Council. Two of the regular members may be residents of the area over which the municipality is authorized to exercise extraterritorial zoning and subdivision regulation. When there is a sufficient number of residents in the area over which the municipality exercises extraterritorial zoning and subdivision regulation, one regular member of the Commission shall be a resident from such area. If it is determined by the City Council that a sufficient number of residents reside in the area subject to extraterritorial zoning and subdivision regulation, and no such resident is a regular member of the Commission, the first available vacancy on the Commission shall be filled by the appointment of such an individual. For purposes of this section, a SUFFICIENT NUMBER OF RESIDENTS shall mean 500 residents. The term of each regular member shall be three years, except that approximately one-third of the regular members of the first Commission shall serve for terms of one year, one-third for terms of two years and one-third for terms of three years. All regular members shall hold office until their successors are appointed. Any member may, after a public hearing before the City Council, be removed by the Mayor, with the consent of a majority vote of the members elected to the City Council, for inefficiency, neglect of duty or malfeasance in office, or other good and sufficient cause. Vacancies occurring otherwise than through the expiration of term shall be filled for the unexpired portion of the term by the Mayor. (B) All regular members of the Commission shall serve without compensation and shall hold no other municipal