NOTICE OF ORGANIZATION OF: Circle L Farms, LLC
DESIGNATED OFFICE: 205 Remington Street, P.O. Box 355, Elgin, NE 68636
REGISTERED AGENT: Jeffrey C. Jarecki, P.O. Box 106, 2583 State Hwy. 14, Ste. 3, Albion, NE 68620
Circle L Farms, LLC shall engage in any lawful business for which a company may be formed under the Nebraska Uniform Limited Liability Company Act. Perpetual existence commenced on June 2, 2014, when the Certificate of Organization was filed with the Secretary of State. Affairs are to be conducted by the Manager(s) of the Company as set forth in the Operating Agreement.
PUBLISH: August 27, September 3 and 10, 2014
ANTELOPE COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
August 19, 2014
Notice of meeting published as required by statute.
A complete record of these minutes as well as all resolutions and agreements are on file at the County Clerk’s office and are open to the public.
Those responding to roll call: Bolling, Brandt, Kerkman, Baker, Williby, Henery and Schwager.
Conducted the 2014/2015 county budget review.
Approved a 45? per hour wage increase for the county employees, excluding those employees who have already received their wage increase this fiscal year.
Approved changing the county health insurance to CoOportunity Health with Joshua Gray as the agent and keeping the county life insurance, disability insurance and Section 125 Plan through NACO.
Approved the July 16th and 17th, 2014 Board of Equalization minutes.
Meeting adjourned. Antelope County Board of Supervisors
JERALD SCHWAGER /s/Chairman of County Board
Attest: CAROLYN PEDERSEN /s/
Antelope County Clerk
PUBLISH: August 27, 2014
ELGIN CITY COUNCIL
Special Meeting Minutes
August 20, 2014
A special meeting was held at the Elgin City Hall on Wednesday, August 20, 2014. Notice of said meeting had been posted at three places, as prescribed by law.
Mayor Schmitt called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m. and announced the location of the Open Meeting Act. Council members present were Kenny Jochum, Jim Kittelson, Shirley Nissen and Don Mackel.
Also in attendance were City Clerk Vicki Miller, Michael Moser and Todd Heithoff.
The purpose of the special meeting was to discuss a pool study, a special designated permit and a building permit.
Michael Moser and Todd Heithoff met with the Council to discuss having a pool study done.
Mr. Moser explained that they had met with JEO and the committee felt pretty comfortable with them. They then met with Dave Burback of Burback Aquatics and felt that maybe he was a little more knowledgeable about what Elgin could feasibly afford and would need.
Mr. Heithoff explained that to do a study of the existing pool, Mr. Burback would like to see the existing pool, when it was full of water and then again when it is empty.
The cost for a pool study from JEO was quoted as $2500.00 to $5000.00; the cost of a pool study from Burback Aquatics is $2,000.00.
Members of the pool committee are Michael Moser, Todd Heithoff, Bethany Miller, Duane Miller and Mike Schmitt.
Following the discussion, a motion was made by Jochum to hire Burback Aquatics to conduct a pool study for $2,000.00. A second to the motion was made by Kittelson. All members voted aye and the motion carried.
Mr. Heithoff explained that the special designated permit application was for the EKG’s tail gate party to be held on September 13, 2014. The hours of the permit would be from 1:00 p.m. until 1:00 a.m. The tail gate will be held on the lot located at 100 Pine Street.
A motion was made by Mackel to approve the special designated permit application for the EKG tail gate party. A second to the motion was made by Kittelson. All members voted aye and the motion carried.
A building permit received from Elgin One Stop to extend the concreted area with a 20’ x 238’ addition on the north side.
After reviewing the permit, a motion was made by Kittelson to approve the permit. A second to the motion was made by Jochum. All members voted aye and the motion carried.
The budget workshop followed the special meeting.
There being no further business to come before the Elgin City Council, Mayor Schmitt declared the meeting adjourned. The meeting ended at 8:00 p.m.
PUBLISH: August 27, 2014
ELGIN PUBLIC SCHOOL BOARD
Regular August Meeting
Distance Learning Room, EPS
August 14, 2014, 7:30 PM
President Laurie Waterbury called the Regular August Board Meeting to order at 7:30 p.m. Board members present were Laurie Waterbury, Stan Heithoff, Steve Busteed, Steve Heithoff, and Ryan Reestman. Also present were Superintendent Dan Polk, Principal Greg Wemhoff, Paula Jensen, Rita Heithoff, Amy Klein, and Dennis Morgan.
President Waterbury led the “Pledge of Allegiance.” Waterbury reminded everyone that a copy of the Nebraska Open Meetings Law was posted in the meeting room. School board meeting notice complied with Meeting Notice Policy #204.07.
Steve Heithoff requested to remove the board bills from the consent agenda. He then motioned to approve the consent agenda–#5- Minutes of Regular Meeting, #6- Adopt the Agenda, #7- Financial Report with removal of the board bills. Ryan Reestman second. Vote 5-0, motion carried.
Bob Hoefer arrived at 7:34 p.m.
Steve Heithoff motioned and Reestman second to approve the Board Bills with the exception of the action items that were expenditures. The action items, upon approval, are to be included in August expenditures for this fiscal year. Motion carried, vote 6-0.
Access Elevator & Lifts, Maintenance, $525.00; Binovia, Instru Expense, $250.00; Bygland Dirt Contracting, Maintenance, $325.76; CDI, Instru Expense, $3,707.33; CVA, Maintenance, $345.25; City of Elgin, Operation Plant, $828.75; City of Neligh, Maintenance, $12.00; Dean’s Market, Maintenance, $21.38, Instru Expense, $109.40; Eakes, Instru Expense, $353.75; ESU #8, $40,420.25; Egan Supply Co., Maintenance, $477.23; Elgin Equipment, Maintenance, $20.30; Elgin One Stop, Transportation, $185.04; Elgin Review, Instru Expense, $105.00, Board Expense, $522.62; Elite Office Products, Business Expense, $104.04; Elkhorn RPPD, Operation Plant, $40,000.00; EPS Activity Acct., Transfer, $100,000.00; EPS Depreciation Fund, Transfer, $336,000.00; EPS Lunch Fund, Transfer, $25,000.00; Great Plains Comm., Business Expense, $975.51; Green Thumb Lndscaping, Maintenance, $1,298.20; Hampton Inn, Admin Expense, $293.85; Highsmith, Instru Expense, $28.35; Houchen Bindery, Board Expense, $159.80; Houghton Mifflin, Instru Expense, $187.90; Island Supply & Welding, Instru Expense, $85.56; Jerry’s Feed. Maintenance, $7.44, Business Expense, $16.04; JW Pepper, Instru Expense, $8.99; Kayton Intl., Transportation, $15.25; Major Refrigeration, Maintenance, $352.75; Malone, Brittany, SpEd Expense, $556.43; McGraw-Hill, Instru Expense, $3,671.06; Midwest Floor Spec., Maintenance, $1,832.00; MSM Enterprises, SpEd Expense, $24.00; NASB ALICAP, Operation Plant, $38,837.00; NCSA, Instru Expense, $430.00; NWEA, Instru Expense, $150.00; Overland Rehab, SpEd Expense, $85.82; Reimbursement, $5,045.44; Scholastic (mags), Instru Expense, $47.12; Scholastic Inc., Instru Expense, $114.69; School Spec. Marketplc, Instru Expense, $204.00; School Specialty, Instru Expense, $318.83; Sourcegas, Operation Plant, $25,000.00; Stelling, Shannon, SpEd Expense, $1,539.81; The Station, Transportation, $348.03; Vanis, Sue, Instru Expense, $500.00; Verizon Business, Business Expense, $95.70; Verizon Wireless, Business Expense, $132.32; Wolfpack Football, Transportation, $650.00
Total Board Bills: $632,324.99
August Payroll: $170,841.17
Total Board Bills/ Payroll: $803,166.16
President Waterbury recognized visitors and asked if the patrons had any comments.
In correspondence, Mr. Polk reported on Thank You cards and calls received for the East Coast Trip. In committee reports, Steve Heithoff reported on the summer building and grounds reports.
In the principal’s report, Mr. Wemhoff reported on Administrator Days that he had attended. He reviewed the start of school information and the addition of 21 new students.
Supt. Polk reported on the class schedules and the addition of distance classes offered to other schools, dual-credit classes taken here and the addition of 35 Pope John students taking classes here. Insurance coverage has been increased to include the new storage buildings, bleachers, and lights at the football field. He informed the board of his intent to hire a Spanish-speaking para to help with the new non-English speaking students and asked for opposition/discussion/ to which there was none.
In action items, Reestman motioned, Stan Heithoff second to pay forward $40,000 on the electricity service and $25,000 on the gas service. Vote 6-0, motion carried.
Steve Heithoff motioned Steve Busteed second to transfer funds of $25,000 to lunch fund, $100,000 to activities fund, and $336,000 to depreciation fund as presented. Vote 6-0, motion carried.
Reestman motioned, Stan Heithoff second to approve purchase of additional security cameras/equipment from Applied Technology in the amount of $8,008.41. Vote 6-0, motion carried.
Bob Hoefer motioned, Reestman second to approve policies 302.02 - Superintendent Contract and Contract Non-renewal, 406.02 - Certificated Employee Qualifications, Recru-itment, Selection, 412.02 - Support Staff Qualifications, Recruitment, and Selection, 503.04 - Addressing Barriers to Attendance, 504.11 - Weapons, 504.23 - Suicide Awareness, 508.05 - Emergency Plans and Drills, 508.15 - Concussion Awareness, 1006.02 - Tobacco - Free Environment as presented on 1st reading. Vote 6-0, motion carried.
Busteed motioned, Stan Heithoff second to adjourn the meeting. Vote 6-0, motion carried. Meeting adjourned at 8:22 p.m.
The next regular meeting will be September 10, 2014 at 7:30 p.m. in the Distance Learning Room. The Budget Hearing will be held at 7:00 p.m. and the Special Hearing to Set the Final Tax Request at 7:15 p.m.
Ryan Reestman, Secretary
Paula Jensen, Recorder
–This is a draft copy and does not become official Elgin Public Board minutes until approved at the next regular or advertised meeting.
PUBLISH: August 27, 2014
The Elgin Red Cross Bloodmobile was held Friday, Aug. 22.
There was a goal of 54 units and at the end of the day we had 56 productive units. This included six double red cell proceedures.
“We exceeded our goal by two units,” said organizer Darline Warner. A first-time donor was Morgan Carpenter.
Double red donors were Ben Hupp, Gerald Scholl, Denis Henn, Alois Warner, Michael Braband and Bruce Clark.
Other donors were Allan J. Kluthe, Patricia Spieker, Sarah Schultz, Vicki Stigall, Jamie Hupp, Chris Redding, Robert Koenig, Billy Alderson, Linda Kerkman, Steve Beckman, Larry Borer, Gerald Scholl, William Eischeid, Marvin Meis, Vicki Miller, Phi Starman, Duane Miller, Sandy Kerkman, Dennis Wiehn, Joan Childers, Darline Warner, Elma McLain, Dave Kallhoff, Vida Sprout, LeRoy Kerkman, Char Carpenter, Bailey Carpenter, Anne Parks, Rhonda Miller, Brie Gossman, Baylie Schiltmeyer, Melvin Ingalls, Mary Alice Dwyer, Joan Schindler, Bethany Miller, Dean Henn, Connie Beckman, Evan Davis, Esther Bush, Bonnie Jennings, Mark Salber, Rodney Davis, Wayne Elliott, Tyler Childers, Duane Childers, Marilyn Sehi, Gary Kerkman, Kerri Drueke, Joan Stuhr, Angela Cuffe, Lauren Selting, Ted Baum, Donna Uhrenholdt, Ben Meis and Ron Scholl.
The next blood drive in Elgin will be hosted by Pope John on Wednesday, Oct. 22 at the KC Hall.