HASTINGS, Neb. - The Hastings City Council is postponing its special meeting and worksession scheduled for Monday night because some council members aren't able to make it.

The city made the announcement on Monday afternoon and said the council would not have quorum, which is the minimum number of members needed to take an official vote. The special session was called to give second readings to the different components of the city's budget. The only topic on the worksession was to discuss the future of city hall.

“Unfortunately we have people unable to attend tonight’s meeting and we want all eight members present to be able to vote on the budget,” Mayor Corey Stutte said in a news release.

The city clerk is working to schedule another special before the end of the month, which is the deadline for a city to approve its budget.