§ 31.30  CITY ENGINEER.
   The City Engineer shall make all surveys, estimates, and calculations necessary to be made for the establishment of any public utilities, and the costs of labor and materials therefor.  He or she shall accurately make all plats, sections, and maps as may be necessary under the direction of the City Council.  Upon request, he or she shall make estimates of the cost of labor and material and make all surveys, estimates, and calculations necessary to be made for the establishment of grades, building of culverts and for the building, constructing, or repairing of any public improvement of the city.  Upon the request of the City Council, he or she shall inspect all works of public improvement, and if found to be properly done, shall accept the same, and report his or her acceptance to the City Council.  He or she shall estimate the cost of all proposed city utilities and public improvements, together with any extensions thereof, which the City Council may propose to construct or improve.  He or she shall also perform any other duties in the line of his or her work as may be requested by the City Council.
(Neb. RS 17-150, 17-405, 17-568.01, 17-919, and 81-839)  (1973 Code, § 1-211)