The Gretna City Council opened a public hearing over concerns about the plans for a park in the Covington 2 sub- division. No one spoke for or against the plans and they were approved. Many ordinances received third readings and approval during the council’s April 3 meeting.

These include rezoning lots 4 and 5 at Equestrian Ridge Estates back to transitional agricultural land, selling city real estate on Hwy 370 and amend- ing municipal code wellhead protections. Rezoning lots 1 through 3 of Atchison Acres to residential was given a second reading, as was rezoning lots in the Aspen Creek North subdivision to medium density residential and rezoning lot at The Estates at WynWood subdivision to residential.

A special designated liquor license was approved for Gretna Wine and Spirits to operate a beer garden on July 28. Justin Staab was approved as a new addition to the fire department. The Aspen Creek North water main improvements were awarded to Kerstens Construction, Kerstens also received a pay request of $209,638.31 for their work on the WynWood Estates water main improvements. The Gretna Soccer Club received approval for their firework application to operate in Royal View at S. 204th St.