/Sussex City Council takes final step in amending Fireworks Ordinance

Sussex City Council takes final step in amending Fireworks Ordinance

Six City (KTIV) – The Six City Council took another step to finalize the revised Fireworks Ordinance at its council meeting on Monday afternoon.

If passed on January 4, the ordinance will make private property owners liable for illegal evictions. It would be a municipal violation.

The ordinance will not come into force until 2021.

But on the eve of this new year you can start emitting fireworks from 1 p.m. December 31, 2020 to 12:30 p.m. January 1, 2021.

“We’re not trying to make things worse, not to make things worse. We have had problems with fireworks for many years, long before they were legalized. I think it’s a step in the right direction to find a solution, “said Councilman Dan Moore.

Council members have approved water rates for the sister cities of South Six City, Nebraska and Dakota Dunes, South Dakota for 2021.

The council’s homework states that the minimum monthly charge for the population is set at $ 1000.

South Sussex City, Nebraska’s 2021 rate will increase by 8.5%.

Dakota Dunes, South Dakota rates will increase by 4..6%.

“We want to collaborate with sister cities. We want to cooperate with them, we want them to cooperate with us. It was just a rate change that was necessary based on the calculations calculated for the contract, ”Moore said.

The council also approved the sale of land to the new Woodbury County law enforcement authority.