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Notice of Organization — Cleveland Trucking

April 26, 2015 by lmorgan · Comments Off 

NOTICE OF ORGANIZATION
Notice is hereby given of the organization of Ryan Cleveland Trucking, LLC, as a Nebraska limited liability company organized to engage in any lawful business authorized under the laws of Nebraska. The designated office of the limited liability company is 50495 852nd Road, Elgin, Nebraska, and the registered agent at that office is Ryan J. Cleveland. The limited liability company commended its existence on April 15, 2015, and it has perpetual duration. The business affairs of the company will be conducted by a manager who initially is Ryan J. Cleveland.
RYAN CLEVELAND TRUCKING, LLC
Michael T. Brogan, Attorney
BROGAN & STAFFORD, P.C.
1400 North 9th Street
P.O. Box 667
Norfolk, NE 68702
Phone: (402) 371-9688
PUBLISH: April 22, 29 & May 6, 2015
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Proceedings — Antelope County Board of Supervisors

April 26, 2015 by lmorgan · Comments Off 

ANTELOPE COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
Neligh, Nebraska
April 14, 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, Williby, Brandt and Schwager. Henery absent.
Claims were reviewed and motion to pay.
General: Adams Co Sheriff, Ex, 19.50; Advanced Correctional Healthcare, Ex, 9.00; Antelope Co Court, Ex, 34.00; Antelope County Shooters Club, Ex, 100.00; Antelope Memorial Hospital, Ex, 2,069.00; Appeara, Ex, 81.60; As Central Finance, Ex, 607.20; Bob Barker Co, Ex, 207.05; Bok Financial Services, Ex, 200.00; Merlin Bolling, Mlg, 98.56; Bomgaars, Ex, 147.47; Eleanor J Brady, Ps, 25.00; Harlan Brandt, Mlg, 58.80; Deborah L Branstiter, Mlg, 42.55; Dean Brown, Ps, 25.00; Buffalo Co Sheriff, Ex, 22.11; Carney Law, Ex, 3,264.06; Casey’s General Stores Inc, Ex, 287.24; City Of Elgin, Ut, 1,750.00; City Of Neligh, Ut, 2,648.70; City Of Neligh-Recycling, Ut, 250.00; Clearwater Record, Ex, 609.15; Antelope Co District Court, Ex, 449.00; Colonial Research Chemical Cor, Ex, 234.23; Judith M Cole, Mlg, 46.92; Consolidated Mgt, Ex, 8.50; Cubby’s, Ex, 555.32; April Curtiss, Ex, 67.50; Dean’s Market, Ex, 95.07; Dell Marketing, Ex, 49.99; Dollar General, Ex, 147.25; Dugan Business Forms, Ex, 288.50; Dusty’s, Ex, 47.00; Eakes Office Plus, Ex, 186.39; Election Systems, Ex, 629.78; Elgin One Stop, Ex, 334.50; Elgin Review, Ex, 257.64; Elite Office Products, Ex, 867.68; Elkhorn River Farms, Ex, 36.00; Fairfield Inn, Ex, 299.85; Faith Regional Services, Ex, 15,258.50; Frontier Comm, Ut, 2,731.82; Good Life Counseling, Ex, 260.00; Tessa Hain, Mlg, 40.25; Heartland Fire, Ex, 366.50; Charles F Henery, Mlg, 96.32; Hometown Station, Ex, 255.92; Nadene Hughes, Ps, 14.00; Indoff, Ex, 38.49; Jonny Dodge, Ex, 821.97; Frank Kamphaus, Ps, 16.00; Leroy Kerkman, Mlg, 16.24; Kinnan Construction, Ex, 248.80; Lancaster Co Sheriff, Ex, 39.05; Jeffrey M Doerr, Ex, 2,816.19; Lichtenberg Tire, Ex, 18.00; Madison Co Sheriff, Ex, 978.29; Ronald J Marshall, Mlg, 70.25; Marvin Planning Consultants, Ex, 750.00; Microfilm Imaging Systems, Ex, 87.00; Mips Inc, Ex, 404.56; Morland, Easland & Lohrberg, Pc, Ex, 202.50; Moyers Dept Store, Ex, 566.00; Kelly Mueller, Ex, 4.53; Nebr Assn Of Co Treasurers, Ex, 75.00; Naco, Ex, 30.00; Nebr Depart Of Labor, Unem, 5,462.97; Ne Health & Human Services, Ex, 168.00; Neligh Auto, Ex, 11.69; Neligh News & Leader, Ex, 770.60; Ne Research & Extension Ctr, Ex, 119.57; Norfolk Daily News, Ex, 164.31; Ne Nebr Assn Of County Office, Ex, 225.00; Ok Tire Store Inc, Ex, 630.58; Orchard News, Ex, 185.08; Orval’s Auto, Ex, 54.25; Donna Payne, Ps, 25.00; Antelope Co Clerk-Petty Cash, Ex, 17.59; Antelope Co Dist Court-Petty Cash, Ex, 117.69; Pinnacle Bank, Ex, 598.52; Precision Rpr, Ex, 55.85; Quill Corp, Ex, 274.98; Region Iv, Ex, 4,315.00; Region Iv, Ex, 2,808.00; Reliable Office Supplies, Ex, 751.04; Edmund J Schindler, Mlg, 127.68; Jerald Schwager, Mlg, 78.40; Sd/Ne Pls Committee, Ex, 250.00; Shell Fleet Plus, Ex, 692.00; Caroline Siems, Ps, 25.00; Source Gas, Ut, 1,839.56; Thriftway Market, Ex, 647.73; Unl Its Communications, Ex, 167.10; Us Cellular, Ex, 365.31; Verizon Wireless, Ex, 45.38; Clearwater Village, Ex, 1,750.00; Wanek Drug, Ex, 747.84; Bonita Welke, Ps, 22.00; Neil Williby, Mlg, 84.56; Willie’s Service, Ex, 49.27; Woods & Aitken Llp, Ex, 3,640.00
Road & Bridge: Brunswick Area
Bomgaars, Ex, 252.35; Frontier Comm, Ut, 76.55; Heartland Fire, Ex, 167.25; Key Sanitation, Ex, 18.00; Mr S’s, Ex, 55.40; N & B Gas Co, Ut, 296.84; Neligh Auto, Ex, 387.35; North Central Public Power, Ut, 177.91; Quality Iron & Metal, Ex, 154.64; Tinsley Grain, Ex, 643.69; Brunswick Village, Ut, 39.50
Orchard Area: Dusty’s, Ex, 165.07; Frontier Comm, Ut, 63.16; Largen Mfg, Ex, 20.00; North Central Public Power, Ut, 128.05; Ok Tire Store, Ex, 510.00; Source Gas, Ut, 351.43; Willie’s Service, Ex, 45.83
Clearwater Area: Elkhorn Rural Public Power, Ut, 152.19; Emme Sand, Ex, 1,166.62; Kayton International, Ex, 30.51; Neligh Auto, Ex, 132.35; Ne Machine & Manufacturing, Ex, 333.00; Ne Nebr Telephone, Ut, 44.00; Pollock Redi Mix, Ex, 1,328.36; Shell Fleet Plus, Ex, 111.94; Source Gas, Ut, 387.77; Clearwater Village, Ut, 53.50; Farmer’s Pride, Ex, 1,886.52; Nmc Exchange, Ex, 1,348.66
Neligh Area: Bomgaars, Ex, 36.01; Cubby’s Inc, Ex, 157.39; Elgin Body & Glass, Ex, 450.00; Elkhorn Rural Public Power, Ut, 279.50; Frontier Comm, Ut, 60.50; Heartland Fire, Ex, 144.50; Jonny Dodge, Ex; 41.25; Neligh Auto, Ex, 102.30; Ok Auto Parts, Ex, 310.01; Road Builders Mach, Ex, 311.63; Farmer’s Pride, Ex, 1,504.27
Tilden Area: Black Hills Energy, Ex, 213.96; Bryant Home Comfort, Ex, 468.70; City Of Tilden, Ut, 81.60; Bank Of America, Ut, 710.33; Darren’s Service, Ex, 122.20; Frontier Comm, Ut, 61.29; Matteo Sand, Ex, 300.20; Mr S’s, Ex, 57.00; Nebraska Public Power Dist, Ut, 229.51
Oakdale Area: Bomgaars, Ex, 23.95; Central Sand & Gravel, Ex, 220.99; Great Plains Comm, Ut, 79.11; Green Line Equip, Ex, 56.85; Matteo Sand, Ex, 1,963.00; Mr S’s, Ex, 241.16; Nebraska Public Power Dist, Ut, 54.79; Road Builders Mach, Ex, 3,937.60; Source Gas, Ut, 506.23; Farmer’s Pride, Ex, 255.12; Nmc Exchange, Ex, 533.56
Elgin Area: Bomgaars, Ex, 145.96; Central Valley Ag, Ex, 12.47; City Of Elgin, Ut, 54.75; Elkhorn Rural Public Power, Ut, 49.81; Emme Sand, Ex, 1,366.86; Great Plains Comm, Ut, 51.84; Heartland Hydraulics, Ex, 160.78; Hometown Station, Ex, 126.12; Sapp Bros Petroleum, Ex, 1,631.02; Source Gas, Ut, 460.87
At Large: Amh Family Practice, Ex, 126.00; Appeara, Ex, 177.81; Atco International, Ex, 286.50; B’s Enterprises, Ex, 483.00; Beaver Bearing, Ex, 1,954.97; Beckman Lumber, Ex, 87.81; Bolling Excavating, Ex, 587.00; Bomgaars, Ex, 57.31; Duaine M Brandt, Ex, 140.00; Bygland Dirt Contracting, Ex, 5,427.20; City Of Plainview, Ut, 4,234.88; Cubby’s Inc, Ex, 103.44; Fastenal Company, Ex, 92.51; Heartland Fire, Ex, 1,166.98; Island Supply Welding, Ex, 217.83; J M Truck Repair, Ex, 728.73; Jebro Inc, Ex, 11,839.97; Jeo Consulting, Ex, 7,107.40; Jonny Dodge, Ex, 2,625.47; Knife River Midwest, Ex, 3,300.75; Lichtenberg Tire, Ex, 54.00; Matteo Sand, Ex, 1,273.80; Medical Enterprises Inc, Ex, 62.00; Midwest Service, Ex, 5,343.91; Mr S’s, Ex, 407.28; Nebraska Dept Of Revenue, Tx, 431.00; Newman Traffic Signs, Ex, 273.72; Norfolk Works, Ex, 45.00; Ok Auto Parts, Ex, 121.88; Ok Tire Store, Ex, 36.00; Orval’s Auto, Ex, 376.90; Pollock Redi Mix, Ex, 916.22; Royal One Stop, Ex, 63.10; Schlecht Trucking, Ex, 857.70; Dave Schrader, Ex, 7,612.50; Shell Fleet Plus, Ex, 108.05; Truck Center Of Norfolk, Ex, 2,303.55; 2 M Auto Repair, Ex, 295.00; Farmer’s Pride, Ex, 1,997.23
New Law Enforcement Bond: Bok Financial Services, Ex, 72,256.25
Promotional Fund: Orchard Historical Society, Ex, 300.00
Improvement Fund: Neligh Baseball Booster, Ex, 1,500.00; Orchard Historical Society, Ex, 1,466.60; Pierson Wildlife Museum, Ex, 1,299.00; Rod Preservation Fund: Mips Inc, Ex, 4,260.21
Building: Applied Connective Technologies, Ex, 1,893.51; Bomgaars, Ex, 267.40; Boyd’s Electrical, Ex, 27,093.41; Carhart Lumber Co, Ex, 7,533.00; Cash-Wa Dist, Ex, 9,513.00; Consolidated Plastics, Ex, 670.04; Cornhusker State Ind, Ex, 959.00; Great Plains Communications Inc, Ex, 10,000.00; Gutter Crew, Ex, 217.00; Hughes Construction, Ex, 3,327.50; Kinnan Construction, Ex, 9,280.00; Love Signs, Ex, 2,909.13; Merit Mechanical, Ex, 2,908.00; Midwest Storage Solutions, Ex, 99.23; Model Electric, Ex, 765.21; Ne Dol/Boiler Inspection Program, Ex, 145.50; Pinnacle Bank, Ex, 522.92; Reliable Office Supplies, Ex, 1,266.03; Sirchie Fingerprint Lab, Ex, 380.77; Source Gas, Ut, 1,600.22; Sysco, Ex, 2,707.71; Uline Shipping Supply, Ex, 365.31
Payroll: General Total Payroll, 79,562.66; Aflac, Ins, 98.54; Ameritas Dental, Ins, 1,469.07; Ameritas-Eye Ins, Ins, 515.52; Bc/Bs, Ins, 52,464.36; Colonial, Ins, 58.25; 1St Concord Benefits, Ins, 323.33; Wh, Tx, 9,366.58; Madison National Life, Ins, 537.31; Ss, Ss, 16,241.44; St, Sttax, 3,057.72; Antelope Co Mid-American Ben Trust, Ins, 3,240.00; Washington National, Ins, 399.30; Garnishment, 1,001.32; Ameritas Life, Ret, 12,197.90
Payroll: Road & Bridge Total Payroll, 43,577.23; Aflac, Ins, 337.49; Ameritas Dental, Ins, 870.22; Ameritas-Eye Ins, Ins, 190.64; Bc/Bs, Ins, 28,220.38; Colonial, Ins, 64.80; 1St Concord Benefits, Ins, 208.33; Wh, Tx, 4,566.85; Madison National Life, Ins, 270.00; Ss, Ss, 8,821.02; St, Tx, 1,606.91; Antelope Co Mid-American Ben Trust, Ins, 3,135.00; Washington National, Ins, 24.90; Garnishment, 765.60; Ameritas Life, Ret, 6,452.40
Correspondence was reviewed.
Sheriffs March Fee Report was reviewed.
Pledge Collateral was reviewed.
Discussion held on generator at old jail site/sheriff’s office. Tabled until May.
Discussion held on old jail site and museum site. Tabled until May.
Discussion on funds and functions over budget. Clerk requested transferring of moneys between funds. The expenditures weighed heavy, and the expenditures and asking figures did not balance. At current the funds were over without figures to substantiate it. Currently, she is working with the budget programmer, and he is verifying expenditures verses asking. The County Clerk will continue to figure the discrepancies and work on balancing the figures to assure a more accurate account of the funds. Notice was given of the need for a possible budget amendment hearing in May depending on the balancing of funds and the amount requested for April bills. Motion to hold public hearing in May if needed.
Interviewed three individuals for road crew job at the Clearwater Barn. Motion to hire.
Signed resolution for stop sign. Signed resolution for speed sign south of Old Mill Bridge. Tabled a stop sign and One and Six Year Resolutions for clarification.
Boyd Pedersen and Bill Rahder from Boyds Electric Inc. met with the board regarding the panic buttons at the courthouse. Tabled any action until May.
No action on a maintenance contract agreement with Merit Mechanical.
Sheriff Moore met with the board about commissary account. He discussed the jail budget, and funding. No action at this time.
Quarterly Jail Inspection by Supervisors Schwager, Kerkman, and Williby was performed.
Discussed Road Boss job description.
Meeting adjourned.
Antelope County Board of Supervisors
JERALD SCHWAGER /s/
Chairman of County Board
Attest: LISA PAYNE /s/
Antelope County Clerk
PUBLISH: April 22, 2015
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Proceedings — District #18 Board of Education

April 15, 2015 by lmorgan · Comments Off 

ELGIN PUBLIC SCHOOL BOARD
Regular Meeting
Distance Learning Room, EPS
April 9, 2015, 7:30 PM
President Steve Heithoff called the regular meeting to order at 7:30 p.m. Board members present were Stan Heithoff, Laurie Waterbury, Bob Hoefer, Doug Jones, 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.
Stan Heithoff motioned and Laurie Waterbury 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.
A to Z Vac & Sew, Maintenance, $181.75, Maintenance, $493.00; AMH, Transportation, $393.00; Appeara, Maintenance, $193.01; Applied Connective Technology, Transportation, $730.90, Maintenance, $358.95; Beckman Lumber, Instru Expense, $559.77; Binovia, Instru Expense, $250.00; Capital Tours, Instru Expense, $17,730.00; Central NE Rehab, SpEd Expense, $446.60; CVA, Instru Expense, $468.42; Dean’s Market, Instru Expense, $198.24, Maintenance, $27.40; Eakes Office, Instru Expense, $62.39; EEA, Instru Expense, $589.84; ESU #7, Instru Expense, $10.00; ESU #8, SpEd Expense, $11,939.27; Elgin Equipment, Maintenance, $66.00; Elgin One Stop, Transportation, $1,067.81, $97.64; Elgin Review, Business Expense, $523.75, Board Expense, $51.23; Elite Office Products, Instru Expense, $125.59, Business Expense, $329.20, Business Expense, $649.85; Follett, Instru Expense, $292.11; Great Plains Comm., Business Expense, $652.22; Grey House Publishing, Instru Expense, $495.00; Hometown Station, Transportation, $371.92; iParadigms, LLC, Instru Expense, $1,850.00; Island Supply, Instru Expense, $135.34; Jonny Dodge, Transportation, $325.13; MARC, Maintenance, $260.62; MSM Enterprises, SpEd Expense, $383.94; NASB, Board Expense, $180.00; NETA, Title Expense, $625.00; NRCSA, Supt. Expense, $185.00; NECC, Instru Expense, $1,578.20; Reimbursement, $1,338.03; Schumacher Exterm., Maintenance, $160.00; State of NE Dept. of HHS, Medicaid Expense, $76.78; Student Assurance Services, Business Expense, $240.00; Thompson Co., Maintenance, $323.18; Tyler Technologies, Business Expense, $1,961.04; Verizon Business, Business Expense, $99.31
Total Board Bills: $49,076.43 April Payroll: $189,257.80
Total Board Bills/ Payroll: $238,334.23
President Heithoff recognized visitors and asked if the patrons had any comments.
Correspondence was read from Darline Warner about the new gym floor including Wolfpack in the design.  Ronda Behnk, Betty Thompson, and Eric Heithoff spoke on the matter.
In the Principal’s report, Mr. Wemhoff reported on the past month’s activities. Preschool registration night shows 16 students in the afternoon and 13 students in the morning for next school year. Kindergarten round-up registered 13 students for 2015-16. NeSA testing is in full swing. Elementary school will be hosting a Grandparent’s Day on May 1st.
In the Supt. Report, Mr. Polk is working with the county treasurer to find out about the wind tower taxation money and where it will be receipted on the budget. He had also received an estimate on additional cameras on campus.
In action items, Doug Jones motioned and Steve Busteed second to approve all teacher requisitions including coop purchase from ESU. All voted in favor, motion carried.
Waterbury motioned and Bob Hoefer seconded to approve extra duty assignments as presented. Vote 6-0, motion carried.
Stan Heithoff motioned, Hoefer second to accept the resignation of Joan Stuhr as part time Title 1 teacher serving St. Boniface.. All voted in favor, motion carried.
Waterbury moved to approve the Cinderella steps, shower stall tiling, cabinets in preschool building and FACS kitchen and additional cameras in preschool and elementary buildings. Steve Busteed second. All voted in favor, motion carried.
Stan Heithoff motioned, Jones second to approve list of students for graduation upon completion of district requirements. All voted in favor, motion carried.
Busteed motioned, Waterbury second to approve purchase of high jump mat and side basketball goals in the gym. Vote 6-0, motion carried.
Stan Heithoff motioned, Hoefer second to approve use of bus and van for Elgin Music Booster trip in May. All voted in favor, motion carried.
Hoefer motioned, Waterbury second to approve 1st reading of policies in Section 900 and Section 1000 after minor changes. All voted in favor, motion carried.
Jones motioned, Busteed second to declare mini bus as surplus property and sell to Pope John. Vote 6-0, motion carried.
Motion by Laurie Waterbury and Second by Bob Hoefer to enter closed session for negotiations/staffing to protect the public interest. The motion was restated by President Heithoff. All voted aye, motion carried. The board entered closed session at 8:57 p.m. and returned at 10:07 p.m. No action was taken.
Motion by Stan Heithoff, second by Bob Hoefer to adjourn the meeting. All voted aye. Motion carried. The meeting adjourned at 10:15 p.m.
The next meeting will held on Wednesday, May 13, 2015 at 7:30 p.m. in the Distance Learning Room at Elgin Public School
Respectfully submitted,
Doug Jones, Secretary
-This is a draft copy and does not become official Elgin Public Board minutes until approved at the next regular or advertised meeting.
PUBLISH: April 15, 2015
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Proceedings — Elgin City Council

April 15, 2015 by lmorgan · Comments Off 

ELGIN CITY COUNCIL
Proceedings
April 6, 2015
The Elgin City Council met in regular session on Monday, April 6, 2015, 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.
Councilmen present were Jim Kittelson, Don Mackel, Duane Miller and Mike Dvorak.
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:
March regular meeting minutes, treasurer’s report, transaction report, and paying the claims.
GENERAL: ERPPD, se, 90.86; Great Plains Communications, se, 47.74; Fitzgerald, Vetter & Temple, se, 399.88; Jeannette Meis, se, 75.00; Prudential, retirement, 820.89; USTreasury, tax, 3222.88; Dean’s Market, su, 24.04; APPEARA, su, 36.25; Elgin Review, se, 44.44; Bank of Elgin, ins, 1800.00; Bank of Elgin, loan, 1000.00; Source Gas, heat, 290.39; Almquist, Maltzahn, Galloway, Luth, se, 6475.00; NE Dept of Revenue, tax, 962.17; Notary Public Underwriters, su, 95.00; Ramada Inn, se, 210.00; V.Miller, ex, 38.84; Payroll, 1667.03
SALES TAX: To General; $7597.94
STREET: ERPPD, se, 1558.13; Verizonwireless, su, 14.64; Source Gas, se, 145.48; Home Town Station, su, 228.27; NE Environmental Products, su, 2465.07; MARC, su, 410.35; Beckman Lumber, su, 13.25; Kayton International, su, 5500.00; Corner Service, su, 111.95; CVA, su, 48.62; Payroll, 1107.78
WATER: ERPPD, se, 804.30; Verizonwireless, su, 14.65; Great Plains Communications, se, 87.67; NE Health Lab, test, 139.00; US Post Office, su, 17.95; Don Poulsen, ex, 10.30; CVA, su, 178.01; Rutjens Const, rprs, 4486.96; Hawkins, su, 106.50; Sargent Drilling, rprs, 23044.93; Echo Electric, su, 42.99; Sapp Bros, su, 77.05; Elgin Review, prnt, 374.10; One Call Concepts, se, 8.30; Bank of Elgin, returned check, 196.10; Dept of Revenue, tax, 369.71; Bank of Elgin, ex, 15.00; Payroll, 2215.54
SEWER: ERPPD, se, 999.19; Great Plains Communications, se, 47.72; Midwest Lab Inc, testing, 173.13; Johnson Service Co, se, 760.00; Elgin Review, prnt, 70.77; One Call Concepts, se, 8.30; Dept of Revenue, tax, 150.79; Payroll, 849.14
FIRE: ERPPD, se, 247.77; Great Plains Communications, se, 54.50; APPEARA, su, 36.25; Source Gas, se, 578.36; Bank of Elgin, loan, 3693.42; EVFD, tax, 2300.00; Elgin Rescue Service, su, 139.95; Travelers, work com, 6062.00
POLICE: Antelope Co Sheriff, se, 2600.00; Post Office, su, 12.98
TRASH PICKUP/RECYCLING: Bud’s Sanitary Service, se, 4667.00; Betty Moser, rent, 100.00
POOL: ERPPD, se, 28.09; Source Gas, se, 27.27; CVA, su, 23.40
PARK: ERPPD, se, 83.77; CVA, su, 11.97; Payroll, 258.64
LIBRARY: ERPPD, se, 64.31; Source Gas, se, 128.14; Amazon, bks, 102.30; Great Plains Communications, se, 26.42; Gale, bks, 38.38; Payroll, 909.78
• Advanced Consulting Services, as engineers on the test hole project
• Hire Sargent Drilling to drill a test hole
• Agreement with Niewohner Bros, regarding site for test hole
• Resolution 2015; 2, setting $30.00 fee for insufficient fund checks
• Closing Oak Street for car show September 13, 2015
• Boring electrical line under West Maple; Dan Zwingman
• Retaining the present recycling system with a $.50 per month increase
• James Evans to the fire department and Jennifer Bush to the rescue unit
• Advertise for someone to clean the park and public bathrooms
• Agreement to rent the ball field from St. Boniface Ball Diamond Association
• Purchasing four picnic tables for the park
• Salaries for pool personnel
• May 25, 2015 for pool opening date
• Building permits: Sandy Couch/Capital Select; Janet Koinzan
• Duane Esau to mow at $11.00 per hour
• Purchasing a VFD pump to be installed on water well #88; 1 by Sargent Drilling
• Paid additional claims from Westside Repair
Discussions were held on:
• USDA loans and grants
• Postponing State work on water well #77; 1
• Several park improvements
• Letter regarding the condition of Highway 14 (2nd Street)
• Cleaning the City hall basement
• Instructed city maintenance to start replacing non; working water meters
• Storage Shed to store Christmas lights
• Paving alley approaches
• Bulk water rates
• Community Income Surveys
• Paving projects
• Next regular meeting will be held on Monday, May 4, 2015
Meeting adjourned at 9:05 p.m.
PUBLISH: April 15, 2015
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Proceedings — Antelope County Board of Supervisors

April 15, 2015 by lmorgan · Comments Off 

ANTELOPE COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
Neligh, Nebraska
April 7, 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: Brandt, Kerkman, Schindler, Williby, Henery, Schwager and Bolling.
Correspondence was reviewed.
Reviewed Fee reports from Sheriff Office, Clerk of the District Court, Treasurer’s Office.
Reviewed Treasurer’s Miscellaneous Fee Report.
Safety Audit checklists were handed out.
Three road crossing permits were approved.
Bids for Dump Truck were opened. No action taken.
Approved three claims submitted by Visitor Improvement Fund Committee.
Approved one claim submitted by Visitors Promotional Committee.
Appointed Deb Warren and Carolyn Pedersen to Antelope County Visitors Promotion Committee.
Approved March 3, 2015 and March 10, 2015 Supervisor Board Minutes.
Approved February 10, 2015 and March 10, 2015 Board of Equalization Minutes.
Opened bids for pickup District 6, no action taken.
Mark Headrick, Washington National Insurance met with the board regarding insurance.
Opened bids for Oakdale South Bridge. Tabled bids. No action.
Approved Road Change Proposals by James Williams, Prairie Breeze, on Brian McDonald’s recommendation.
Brian McDonald met with the board regarding various projects in the county.
Approved paying inmate medical bills out of county general.
Approved discounted Inmate boarding on a day limit basis.
Discussion held on Commissary Account. No action.
Discussion of a Maintenance agreement with Merit Mechanical on equipment in the Law Enforcement Facility and the Courthouse Grounds. No action.
No action on Public Hearings, not enough advance notice given. Motion to meet on Friday, April 17, 2015 at 9:00 AM for Public Hearings.
Discussion held on Bonds for Jail Fund.
Jim Schaefer and Shawn Weingarten, with Nebraska Public Power met with the board regarding the beginning of the work on power station. No action taken.
Discussed the functionality of the Panic Buttons in the Courthouse. Tabled until further information is available.
Signed VECTRSPEC Agreement for the Veterans Service Office, as approved in March.
Reviewed Quarterly Veterans Service Officer Report.
Reviewed applications for employment District 3.
Discussion held on Road Boss. No action.
Receipts reviewed.
Meeting adjourned at 12:15PM.
JERALD SCHWAGER
Chairman, Board of Supervisors
LISA PAYNE
Antelope County Clerk
PUBLISH: April 15, 2015
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