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Proceedings — District #18 Board of Education

February 19, 2015 by lmorgan · Comments Off 

Regular Meeting
Distance Learning Room, EPS
February 11, 2015   7:30 PM
President Steve Heithoff called the regular February Meeting to order at 7:30 p.m.  Board members present were Stan Heithoff, Steve Heithoff, Bob Hoefer, Doug Jones, Laurie Waterbury, and Steve Busteed.  Also present were Superintendent Dan Polk and Principal Greg Wemhoff,
President Heithoff led the “Pledge of Allegiance.”  Heithoff 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.
Laurie Waterbury motioned and Bob Hoefer second to approve the Consent Agenda: #5- Minutes of Previous Meeting, #6- Adopt the Agenda, #7- Financial Report, #8- Board Bills. Motion carried, vote 6-0.
Appeara, Maintenance, $432.28, Instru Expense, $18.00; Capital Tours, Instru Expense, “$1,000.00”; Central Fire & Safety, Maintenance, $198.50; Central NE Rehab, SpEd Expense, $459.78; CVA, Maintenance, $153.17, Instru Expense, $147.95; Dean’s Market, Instru Expense, $102.57, Maintenance, $43.65; Eakes Office, Instru Expense, $281.40; EBSCO, Instru Expense, $217.71; ESU #8, “$12,487.04”; Elgin One Stop, Transportation, “$1,343.04“, $65.75; Elgin Review, Business Expense, $444.00, Board Expense, $64.78; Elite Office Products, Instru Expense, $239.18; “Environmental Services, Inc.”, Maintenance, $526.88; Great Plains Comm., Business Expense, $595.21; Hampton Inn - Kearney, Principal Expense, $86.95; Hadley Braithwait, Maintenance, $49.95; “Henn, Marty”, Maintenance, $25.00; Hillyard, Maintenance, $21.27; Hometown Station, Transportation, $180.84; Island Supply, Instru Expense, $85.56; Jonny Dodge, Transportation, “$1,149.33”; KSB School Law, Board Expense, $577.50; NASB, Board Expense, “$2,657.00“, Board Expense, $180.00; Midwest Floor Spec., Maintenance, $58.98; MSM Enterprises, SpEd Expense, $469.02; Precision Repair, Transportation, $286.48; Reimbursement, “$1,630.51”; Schumacher Exterm., Maintenance, $80.00; School Specialty Mrktplc, Instru Expense, $70.86; The Station, Instru Expense, $677.54; Thompson Co., Maintenance, $366.48; Verizon Business, Business Expense, $18.70
Total Board Bills: “$27,492.86“
January Payroll: “$188,595.32“
Total Board Bills/ Payroll: “$216,088.18“
President Heithoff recognized visitors and asked if the patrons had any comments.  President Heithoff requested that the agenda be amended to have the principal’s report at the time.  Mrs. Crystal Borer and her math students, Skylar Reestman, Claire Kerkman, Grace Mace, Norman Grothe, and Jack Wemhoff reported to the board about Saxon Math.  They gave examples of what a math class is like and how it has helped them to improve their math skills.
Principal Wemhoff reported that NeSA writing tests were completed.  The teachers attended an inservice  by the ESU 8 on January 22nd and a ½ day inservice on February 2nd regarding technology in the classroom.
There was no correspondence.  President Heithoff distributed the board committee assignments.  Supt. Polk reported on information about the gym floor and the legislative issues conference he had attended in Lincoln.
In action items, Stan Heithoff motioned and Doug Jones second to approve the principal’s contract for Greg Wemhoff.  Vote 6-0, motion carried.
Hoefer motioned and Waterbury second to approve on second reading board policies 700s & 800s as amended.  All voted aye, motion carried.
Steve Busteed motioned and Stan Heithoff second to approve a change in at-will employment agreements to clarify sick and personal/vacation days distribution.  All voted aye, motion carried.
Waterbury motion and Busteed second to approve policy 408.06 Early Retirement Incentive Program on 1st reading as amended.  Vote 6-0, motion carried.  Mr. Polk was instructed to clarify wording with school attorney and notify the board when it is corrected so a possible special meeting can be held for the 2nd reading approval.
Motion by Jones and second by Hoefer to adjourn the meeting.  All voted aye.  Motion carried.  The meeting adjourned at 9:05 p.m.
The next meeting will held on March 11, 2015 at 7:30 p.m. in the Distance Learning Room at Elgin Public School
Respectfully submitted,
Doug Jones, 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: February 18, 2015

Proceedings — Antelope County Board of Supervisors

February 19, 2015 by lmorgan · Comments Off 

Neligh, Nebraska
February 3, 2015
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: Kerkman, Schindler, Bolling, Henery and Schwager.  Williby appeared later.  Brandt absent.
GENERAL FUND: Joe Abler, ex, 148.00; Antelope Co Court, ex, 184.50; Antelope Co Dist Court, ex, 210.00; Antelope Memorial Hospital, ex, 124.00; Appeara, ex, 88.30; Applied Connective Tech, ex, 459.61; AS Central Finance, ex, 527.60; Biglin’s Mortuary, ex, 690.00; Bishop Equip, ex, 216.55; Bomgaars, ex, 23.57; Diana Borer, mlg, 199.26; Boyd’s Electrical, ex, 317.90; Eleanor Brady, ps, 25.00; Harlan Brandt, mlg, 124.78; Dean Brown, ps, 25.00; Butch’s Body Shop, ex, 240.00; Carney Law, ex, 3216.66; Char Carpneter, mlg, 165.60; Casey’s General, ex, 35.88; Cash, Wa Distributing, ex, 637.68; Neligh City, ut, 4329.20; Norfolk City, ex, 17,888.00; Clearwater Record, ex, 330.50; Judith Cole, ex, 75.00; Cornhusker State Ind, ex, 39.00; Veteran Service Office Assn, ex, 275.00; Cubby’s, ex, 436.58; Dell Mkt, ex, 239.98; Dollar General, ex, 98.05; Driver’s License Guide, ex, 29.95; Eakes Office, ex, 222.12; James Egley, ex, 75.00; Elgin Appliance, ex, 111.99; Elgin One Stop, ex, 409.85; Elgin Review, ex, 375.03; Elite Office Prod, ex, 62.14; Elkhorn River Farms, ex, 36.00; Ann Flood, ex, 50.00; Frontier Communications, ut, 2693.22; Tessa Hain, ex, 36.89; Charles Henery, mlg, 96.03; Hilltop Drug, ex, 138.80; Image Tech, ex, 145.34; Jonny Dodge, ex, 250.00; LeRoy Kerkman, mlg, 43.00; Jeffrey Doerr Law, ex, 5530.99; Madison Co Court, ex, 2.50; Microfilm Imaging, ex, 87.00; Mid State Organized, ex, 100.00; Morland, Easland & Lohrberg, ex, 408.18; Nebr Assn Clerks, ex, 50.00; NE Health & Human, ex, 186.00; Neligh Auto, ex, 18.06; Neligh News, ex, 896.17; Nextiva, ex, 1.00; NE Research & Extension, ex, 74.99; Bruce Ofe, ex, 10.00; Valorie Olson, ex, 50.00; Orchard News, ex, 180.40; Orval’s Auto, ex, 53.00; Donna Payne, ps, 25.00; Pengad, ex, 66.25; Antelope Co Dist Court, petty cash, 90.95; Pinnacle Bank, ex, 200.00; Pitney Bowes, ex, 5137.00; Quill Corp, ex, 48.93; Reliable Office, ex, 221.68; Sanne Rpr, ex, 4752.49; Marlene Schindler, ex, 29.99; Jerald Schwage, mlg, 27.60; Nebr Secretary of State, ex, 20.00; Shell Fleet, ex, 576.72; Caroline Siems, ps, 25.00; Source Gas, ut, 1614.18; State Auditor of Nebr, ex, 22,272.95; Michael Sullivan, ex, 50.00; Darin Ternus, ex, 10.12; Tilden Citizen, ex, 25.00; US Cellular, ut, 370.31; Verizon Wireless, ut, 45.17; Bonita Welke, ps, 22.00; Western Office, ex, 55.69; Rod Wilke, ex, 27.46; Neil Williby, mlg, 98.33; Willie’s Service, ex, 41.37; Schroeder Land, ex, 1500.00
ROAD & BRIDGE: (Brunswick Area) Beaver Bearing, ex, 50.38; Bomgaar, ex, 440.67; Frontier Communications, ut, 77.32; Green Line Equipment, ex, 258.68; Key Sanitation, ut, 18.00; Kimball, ex, 81.09; Lichtenberg Tire, ex, 140.10; Kumm, ex, 7820.62; Midwest Service, ex, 4981.11; Neligh Auto, ex, 320.69; North Central Public Power, ut, 237.42; Antelope Co Clerk, petty cash, ex, 10.00; 2 M Auto Repair, ex, 50.62; Brunswick Village, ut, 39.50
(Orchard Area) Dusty’s, ex, 80.51; Farmer’s Pride, ex, 4072.94; Frontier Communications, ut, 63.58; Green Line Equip, ex, 128.20; Jonny Dodge, ex, 524.75; Kimball, ex, 142.85; Lazy T Tire, ex, 1201.06; Midwest Service, ex, 2090.27; North Central Public Power, ut, 454.24; Powerplan, ex, 2294.12; Source Gas, ut, 477.15; T, J’s Corner Harware, ex, 89.47
(Clearwater Area) Bomgaars, ex, 58.31; Elkhorn Rural Public Power, ut, 158.48; Farmer’s Pride, ex, 2778.55; Green Line Equip, ex, 317.35; Jonny Dodge, ex, 20.39; Kayton Int, ex, 1500.00; Lichtenberg Tire, ex, 3982.64; Neligh Auto, ex, 56.17; NMC Exchange, ex, 1554.39; NE Nebr Telephone, ut, 59.92; Powerplan, ex, 418.05; Shell Fleet, ex, 442.54; Source Gas, ut, 419.84; Clearwater Village, ut, 53.50
(Neligh Area) Bomgaars, ex, 41.96; Cubby’s, ex, 128.71; Farmer’s Pride, ex, 2433.91; Frontier Communitions, ut, 61.62; Kayton Int, ex, 1895.55; Lichtenberg Tire, ex, 127.00; Neligh Auto, ex, 126.69; NMC Exchange, ex, 765.30; Road Builders, ex, 384.78
(Tilden Area) Black Hills Energy, ut, 300.20; Bomgaars, ex, 39.80; Carhart Lumber, ex, 12.90; Tilden City, ut, 81.60; Constellation Energy Gas, ut, 1047.15; Darren’s Service, ex, 101.30; Frontier Communication, ut, 61.46; Matteo Sand, ex, 1384.30; Mr S’s, 134.64; Nebr Public Power, ut, 214.59; Netcom, ex, 393.00; Sapp Bros, ex, 1958.67
(Oakdale Area) Bomgaars, ex, 29.69; Farmer’s Pride, ex, 4810.99; Great Plains Communications, ut, 91.81; Green Line Equip, ex, 758.52; Lichtenberg Tire, ex, 182.50; Matteo Sand, ex, 5055.20; Mr S’s, ex, 133.99; Nebr Public Power, ut, 94.97; Neligh Auto, ex, 44.49; NMC Exchange, ex, 166.67; Source Gas, ut, 543.37; David Totten, ex, 125.00
(Elgin Area) Bomgaars, ex, 68.56; Elgin One Stop, ex, 54.22; Elkhorn Rural Public Power, ut, 120.15; Great Plains Communications, ut, 57.62; Hometown Station, ex, 47.71; Jonny Dodge, ex, 66.69; NMC Exchange, ex, 805.18; Road Builders, ex, 430.46; Rueter’s, ex, 1378.77; Sapp Bros, ex, 2066.56; Ken Schindler, ex, 75.00; Source Gas, ut, 244.65; The Station, ex, 45.86
(At Large) Appeara, ex, 156.99; ATCO Int, ex, 251.50; B’s Enterprises, ex, 762.00; Bauer Built, ex, 78.00; Bomgaars, ex, 12,200.00; Bygland Dirt Contract, ex, 1801.92; Central Valley Ag, ex, 11.56; Cornhusker Inl, ex, 3745.19; Cubby’s, ex, 45.54; Elkhorn Rural Public Power, ut, 98.73; Fastenal, ex, 116.89; Green Line Equip, ex, 3249.01; Island Supply, ex, 239.03; JEO Consulting, ex, 11,007.00; Jonny Dodge, ex, 4324.64; Knife River, ex, 1455.30; Kumm Gas, ex, 56.03; Martin Marietta Materials, ex, 444.85; Molt Mfg, ex, 469.20; Mr S’s, ex, 904.80; Neligh Auto, ex, 23.47; OK Auto, ex, 30.00; OK Tire, ex, 34.00; Road Builders, ex, 1325.14; Royal One Stop, ex, 187.38; Shell Fleet, ex, 201.36; Spud Trucking, ex, 100.00
REAPPRAISAL FUND: County Assessors Assn, ex, 50.00; Kelly Mueller, ex, 75.00; Thomson Reuters, ex, 2750.00
INHERITANCE FUND: Jonny Dodge, ex, 30,890.00
BUILDING FUND: Applied Connective Tech, ex, 4425.50; Berggren Architects, ex, 3071.87; Cash, Wa Distributing, ex, 9320.00; Cornhusker Stat Ind, ex, 18,802.20; Elite Office, ex, 4687.00; Matteo Sand, ex, 553.30; Platte Valley Communications, ex, 60,585.50; Reliable Office, ex, 271.47; Bob Barker Co, ex, 1789.84
GENERAL FUND PAYROLL: Total Wages, 73,259.01; SS, 14,838.10; ST, 2643.19; WH, 8012.27; Ameritas, ret, 11,265.94; Ameritas, ins, 1953.23; AFLAC, ins, 98.54; BC/BS, 49,771.00; Colonial, ins, 58.25; Cooportunity, ins, 3862.75; 1st Concord Benefits, ins, 323.33; Garnishment, 981.86; Madison National, ins, 264.99; Mid, American Benefits, ins, 232.50; Washington National, ins, 399.30
ROAD & BRIDGE PAYROLL: Total Wages, 45,533.12; SS, 9321.58; ST, 1825.58; WH, 5157.91; Ameritas, ret, 7021.05; Ameritas, ins, 1060.86; AFLAC, ins, 337.49; BC/BS, 28,220.38; Colonial, ins, 64.80; 1st Concord Benenfits, ins, 208.33; Garnishment, 794.38; Madison National, ins, 162.96; Washington National, ins, 24.90
Claims were approved as submitted.
Correspondence was reviewed.
County Clerk stated pledge collateral is at $750,000.00 for the Imprest Account.
Reviewed Treasurer’s January  Miscellaneous Fund and Fund Balance Report.
Reviewed Clerk of the District Court January Fee Report
Back up cameras-no discussion – no action taken.
Discussed advertising for truck with trailer.  Discussion held.  Decision to look for trailer at present.
Accepted Great Plains proposal of $80.00 month, five (5) year contract, for Fiber Optic Internet to the courthouse.
Accepted Invenergy’s County Road Agreement.
Approved liquor license for Grove Lake Bait Shop, Plainview Country Club, Summerland Golf Course & Mr. S’s.
Discussion held on AirPort Runway Millings.  No action taken.
Board of Equalization approved 5 Application for Exemptions on vehicles, and 6 tax roll corrections.
Discussion held regarding Bridge Inspections on bridges annexed by cities & villages.
Heard two (2) proposals for revamping Zoning and Planning Regulations.  No Action Taken.
Meeting adjourned.
Antelope County Board of Supervisors
Chairman of County Board
Attest: LISA PAYNE /s/
Antelope County Clerk
PUBLISH: February 18, 2015

Notice of Meetings — Antelope County Supervisors

February 19, 2015 by lmorgan · Comments Off 

Notice is hereby given that the County Board of Supervisor’s of Antelope County, Nebraska will hold meetings in the County Supervisor’s room in the Antelope County Courthouse Annex, Neligh, Nebraska on the following dates and times:
March 3, 2015 at 9:00 AM
March 10, 2015 at 8:00 AM
Meetings will be open to the public.  An agenda, kept continuously current, is available for public inspection at the Antelope County Clerk’s office and may be modified at such meeting to include items of an emergency nature pursuant to Section 84-1411 of the Nebraska Revised Statutes.
PUBLISH: February 18, 2015

Antelope County Delinquent Tax Listing

February 5, 2015 by lmorgan · Comments Off 


Proceedings - Elgin City Council

February 5, 2015 by lmorgan · Comments Off 

Special Meeting Proceedings
A special meeting was held on Thursday, January 29, 2015 at 6:00 p.m.  Notice of said meeting had been posted at three places, namely, Dean’s Market, U.S. Post Office and the Elgin City Hall, as prescribed by law.
Mayor Schmitt called the meeting to order at 6:00 p.m. and announced the location of the Open Meeting Act.
Councilmen present were Don Mackel, Mike Dvorak, Jim Kittelson and Duane Miller.
Also present were Vicki S. Miller, David Burbach, Dennis Morgan, Michael Moser and Bethany Miller.
The purpose of the special meeting was to hear the presentation from David Burbach of Burbach Aquatics, Inc. regarding Step #1 of the pool study.
Mr. Burbach explained that Step #1 was the technical evaluation of the existing facility.
The purpose of the technical evaluation is to inventory the existing condition of the municipal facility, including the pools and buildings and provide comment on each of the facility categories, list recommended improvements necessary to restore the facility to good repair and meet the significant code requirements of the Nebraska Department of Public Health, Division of Environmental Health, Swimming Pool and Spa Program Code and Americans With Disabilities Act.   It will also provide opinions of probable construction costs and present a summary with recommendations.
The overall condition of the pool is fair to good condition.
Mr. Burbach stated that the pool structure is in good condition with the exception to the upper portion of the wall, therefore he would recommend removing the upper portion of the pool wall and the concrete deck above the wall.  Then either install a gutter or skimmer system.
Mr. Burbach explained that the bathhouse is in fair condition and has several cracks in the walls and does not meet code requirements.
His recommendation would be to build a 1500 square foot bathhouse.
Members of the Council felt that the cost could be greatly reduced and also asked if the construction of the bathhouse could be done by locals.
The total estimated cost to renovate the existing pool would $1,330,000.00 and replacement estimated cost would be $2,189,000.00.
Mr. Burbach explained that Step #2 would include the feasibility study, public opinion poll and conceptual drawings.
The cost of Step #2 would be $2,500.00; the cost of Step #1 was $2,000.00.
The timeline for Step #2 would be 6 months.
A brief discussion was held on financing options, such as, capital campaigns, grants fund raising and bonds.
Following the presentation, a motion was made by Mackel to proceed with Step #2.  A second to the motion was made by Kittelson.  All members voted aye and the motion carried.
There being no further business to come before the Elgin City Council, Mayor Schmitt declared the meeting adjourned.   The meeting ended at 7:35 p.m.
A complete and accurate copy of these minutes is available for public inspection during normal business hours at the City Clerk’s office.
Mayor Mike Schmitt
City Clerk Vicki S. Miller
PUBLISH: February 4, 2015

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