Elgin Elementary Volleyball will be starting its season shortly!
This is open to all 4th-6th grade girls.
Cost of the league is $25 and will be played in Albion on Sundays starting September 7.
It will run for 5 weeks with the tournament to be on one day, Saturday, October 11.
They will run two divisions, 4th and 5th grade and a 6th grade division as they have in the past.
Tentative practices are on Tuesday, August 19, Monday, August 25, Tuesday, August 26, Tuesday, September 2, and Saturday, September 6.
All practices will be at 7:00 p.m. at Elgin Public Gym except for Saturday, September 6 we will practice at 10:00 a.m. Please contact Amy Selting at firstname.lastname@example.org or 402-843-8110 if you haven’t already signed up!
In accordance with Section 19-1102 of the Nebraska State Statutes, the following employee job titles and their current salaries, as of August 1, 2014, corresponding to such titles, are hereby published as follows:
City Clerk/Treasurer.. 2,144.45/mo
Swimming Pool Manager 12.00/hr
Asst. Pool Manager…….. 9.25/hr
Lifeguards……Starting @ 7.25/hr
Seasonal Employees…Starting @7.25/hr
City of Elgin
/s/ Vicki S. Miller
PUBLISH: August 13, 2014
ELGIN CITY COUNCIL
August 4, 2014
The Elgin City Council met in regular session on Monday, August 4, 2014, at 7:30 p.m., pursuant to posted notice. Mayor Schmitt called the meeting to order, and announced the location of the Open Meeting Act. Council members present were Kenny Jochum, Shirley Nissen, Jim Kittelson and Don Mackel.
A complete and accurate copy of the minutes is available for public inspection during normal business hours at the City Clerk’s office.
The following agenda items were approved:
• July regular meeting minutes, treasurer’s report, transaction report, and paying the claims.
GENERAL: ERPPD, se, 150.06; Great Plains Communications, se, 56.16; Fitzgerald, Vetter & Temple, se, 398.59; Jeannette Meis, se, 75.00; Prudential, retirement, 559.91; USTreasury, tax, 3792.52; Dean’s Market, su, 32.13; APPEARA, su, 39.82; League of Nebraska Municipalities, dues, 968.00; Elgin Review, se, 68.29; Eakes Office Plus, su, 11.96; Bank of Elgin, ins, 1800.00; Bank of Elgin, loan, 500.00; Source Gas, heat, 63.45; Bank of Elgin, cks, 237.69; Payroll, 2038.74
SALES TAX: To General; $2288.36
STREET: ERPPD, se, 1553.02 Verizonwireless, su, 14.38; Bank of Elgin, loan, 875.05; Source Gas, se, 24.55; The Station, su, 491.13; Pollock Redi Mix, su, 5273.46; Westside Repair, su, 52.10; Reinke’s Farm & City Service, su, 218.92; Bomgaars, su, 54.95; Bader’s Highway & Street, su, 8127.00; Topkote Inc, su, 21140.00; Rutjens Construction Inc, se, 3235.00; Elgin Auto Parts, su, 18.61; Payroll, 1578.41
WATER: ERPPD, se, 682.07; NE Dept of Revenue, tax, 62.54; Verizonwireless, su, 14.38; Great Plains Communications, se, 92.94; Sargent Drilling, se, 225.00; Rutjens Constructions Inc, su, 547.84; NE Public Health Envir. Lab, testing, 413.00; One Call Concepts Inc, se, 8.50; Sapp Bros, su, 70.15; Corner Service & Tire, 259.90; League Utilities Section, dues, 192.00; US Post Office, su, 35.90; Payroll, 2107.95
SEWER: ERPPD, se, 993.04; NE Department of Revenue, tax, 37.25; Great Plains Communications, se, 47.41; Dean’s Market, su, 7.48; Rutjens Construction Inc, su, 458.67; Randy Henn, su, 13.37; One Call Concepts Inc, se, 8.50; Midwest Lab Inc, testing, 218.36 –Sewer Replacement, 34000.00; League Utilities Section, dues, 192.00; Payroll, 806.12
FIRE: ERPPD, se, 246.90; Great Plains Communications, se, 53.19; APPEARA, su, 39.81; Elgin Insurance Services, ins, 2142.00; Source Gas, se, 75.04; Bank of Elgin, loan, 1846.71
POLICE: Antelope Co Sheriff, se, 2600.00; Nebraska Dept. of Agriculture, license, 150.00; Business Radio Licensing, license, 95.00
TRASH PICKUP/RECYCLING: Bud’s Sanitary Service, se, 4797.00; Betty Moser, rent, 100.00
POOL: ERPPD, se, 641.79; APPEARA, su, 39.81; Dean’s Market, su, 9.96; Great Plains Communications, se, 60.03; Jerry’s Feed Service, su, 8.41 ; Source Gas, se, 524.03; NE Dept. of Revenue, tax, 117.56; Payroll, 6054.64
PARK: ERPPD, se, 264.28; Connie Dvorak, su, 84.00; Dept of Revenue, tax, 134.25; Payroll, 248.18
LIBRARY: ERPPD, se, 72.23; Source Gas, se, 37.30; Amazon, bks, 73.18; Great Plains Communication, se, 54.53; Gale, bks, 40.28; Payroll, 909.78
YOUTH: ERPPD, se, 129.68.
• Changing the ERPPD agreement to state the City’s service area is the corporate boundaries and all system distribution facilities owned by the City.
• Attending the August 25th meeting of the Upper Elkhorn NRD to discuss their possible involvement with well testing
• Concreting two alley approaches at the cost of $2200.00 each
• Permission to block off Pine Street from 2nd to 1st Street after obtaining permission from property owners, for a car show on August 30, 2014-Kim Polston
• Permission to block off Oak Street from 6th Street east to Terry Reicks driveway, for the postponed Q125 car show—Duane Esau Tuesday, September 2, 2014 for September meeting date
• Wednesday, August 20, 2014 to hold budget workshop
• Applying for a NDEQ CWSRF Project Planning Activities and Report grant to do a study of the sewer plant and lines
• Resolution 2014-4, to make application for the CWSRF grant
• Tabled any action on the crumb rubber grant received
• Michelle Schultz to the fire department as an EMT
• Building permit – Shirley Nissen, Steve Finn and Thomas Bergstrom
• Paying $2100.00 to Dvorak Construction for installation of the toddler area
• Pool Closing date will be August 10, 2014
• Signing up for State Surplus Property
Discussions were held:
• Received the “Notice to Proceed” from DEQ
• Mapping of area test wells to be discussed this week with John Zwingman
• Culvert at Paul Pelster’s
• Annexation of Sterling Heights
• Sidewalk on south side of North Street from 2nd Street to pool
• Larger 25 mile an hour speed limit sign on North Street
• Information from DEQ regarding assessing wastewater infrastructure needs
• Replacing fire hydrants
• 11 stolen street signs and damage to poles
• Sheriff’s report-June and July reports
• Selling the recycling trailer
• Picking up armor coat gravel
• Storage Bunker
Next regular meeting will be held on Tuesday, September 2, 2014
Meeting adjourned at 8:45 p.m.
PUBLISH: August 13, 2014
ANTELOPE COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
August 5, 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: Brandt, Kerkman, Baker, Williby, Henery and Schwager. Bolling absent.
Approved 4 applications for permit to place permanent electric and/or pipe lines beneath various roads within Antelope County.
Approved the Promotional Fund request from Orchard Community Club for advertising of their event.
Approved purchasing a new broom attachment for the skid loader.
Discussed armor coating the oil roads.
Reviewed the sheriff’s June and July fee reports.
Approved the conditional use permit submitted by Steve Ward, Ward Development Services representing American Tower Inc./Cingular Wireless.
Heard an update from Keystone Project Representative Jeff Rauh.
Approved the preliminary levy requests received from various townships, fire districts and the Ag Society.
Authorized the chairman to sign the Agreement and Notice to Proceed for the Clearwater Southwest project.
Antelope County Board of Supervisors
JERALD SCHWAGER /s/
Chairman of County Board
Attest: CAROLYN PEDERSEN
/s/ Antelope County Clerk
PUBLISH: August 13, 2014
One needn’t travel far to buy a new or used car or truck.
Jonny Dodge Chrysler-Jeep Inc. now has a fulltime salesperson manning their showroom at 107 N. 2nd Street.
Mr. Bill (Eby) was busy on the phone Monday morning answering a prospective buyer’s question about a diesel pickup.
Sitting in an office with a view of Highway 14, Eby spoke about automobile sales with an ease which one gets from spending a lifetime in the business. Originally from O’Neill, he worked in Neligh at the Hilltop for 27 years before going back to O’Neill to work at the Chevrolet garage there. Then, it was on to Memphis, Tenn., where he spent time driving trucks before finding his niche selling Chevrolet and Subaru vehicles before recently returning to Nebraska.
“I’ve been around cars practically my entire life,” he said after getting off the phone.
The biggest secret to selling automobiles, he said, is liking people. “I like to visit with people,” he said. In doing so, they develop a trust that you can and will take care of their wants and needs “the best way we can.”
While the car dealership specializes in Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge and RAM vehicles, he said he will work to find the right kind of vehicle (any brand) to meet the customer’s needs.
One day, he and his wife Linda hope to be able to move to Elgin and become part of the community.
Eby is at the showroom Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and is available, by appointment, on Saturday by calling (402) 843-2250.