NOTICE OF MEETING COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AS A COUNTY BOARD OF EQUALIZATION, ANTELOPE COUNTY, NEBRASKA
Notice is hereby given that the County Board of Supervisors of Antelope County, Nebraska will hold a County Board of Equalization meeting in the Supervisor’s room in the Antelope County Courthouse annex, Neligh, Nebraska on February 12, 2013 at 10:00 AM, for the purpose of approving/denying permissive exemptions for real estate, personal property and vehicles as well as tax list corrections and omitted property and various other items which may become necessary to act upon. Meeting will be opened 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: January 30, 2013
ELGIN PUBLIC SCHOOL
January 23, 2013 – 6:00 PM
Board Members present were: Laurie Waterbury, Steve Heithoff, Stan Heithoff, Ryan Reestman, Kim Wells, Bob Hoefer, Principal Adam Patrick, and Superintendent Dan Polk.
Light supper of Pizza was served, then at 6:20pm NASB representative Burma Kroger met with those present per Polycom.
2012 Board goals were reviewed, and established that most all goals had been met or in progress.
Individual priorities and goals were discussed, main topics of: Local School Improvement Plan, Maintain Administration, Policy review and Technology. 2013 Board Goals will be finalized at February Board meeting.
The Retreat ended at 8:25 PM
Kim Wells, Board Secretary
Publish: January 30, 2013
MUCH TO LEARN
Here are some of the things I’ve learned
In my four score and three,
As I’ve traveled down life’s pathway
In this great land of the free.
The first is an old proverb
That’s surely tried and true,
And that’s do unto others
As you’d have others do unto you.
Now here’s something to think about
I’k like to bring to light,
That’s never take a laxative
And a sleeping pill at night.
And if you’re walking around the farm
This knowledge I’ll defend,
You never answer nature’s call
Or spit into the wind.
If you are in a financial bind
And need a little slack,
Borrow from a pessimist
He won’t expect to get it back.
Be careful if you need legal help
I’m sure most are the same,
That ninety-nine percent of the lawyers
Give the rest a real bad name.
Nature has many beauties
And to this I must maintain,
If you like to see a rainbow
You must put up with the rain.
There are well meaning people
Who want to share their point of view,
But will hardly ever without a doubt
Want you to share yours too.
Here’s something you should know
To avoid some hurt and strife,
No matter how good the steak
You never lick the knife.
It’s something not to get involved
Just walk away of course,
You’ll find in this whole universe
Gossip’s the most destructive force.
I have never found anyone yet
Up to the time I write this rhyme,
Who can give a clear and compelling reason
To have daylight saving time!
If a person is nice to you
But to a waiter he is rude,
He’s not a very nice person
And you’d better drop that dude.
One thing I learned in the Navy
In a port down in the south,
You never ever slap a man
With tobacco in his mouth.
If you are afraid to try something new
If the job seems too gigantic,
Remember a lone amateur built the ark
A group of professionals built the Titanic.
The Elgin City Council will meet Monday, February 4 at City Hall, beginning at 7:30 p.m.
Among the items on the agenda are:
• Open the One and Six Year Street Hearing
• Discussion and action on water rate for watering gardens
• Discussion and action on purchasing a generator for new fire building
• Discussion and action on steps between new fire building and fire hall
• Discussion and action on driveway off Bowen Street to Homestead
• Discussion and action on Building Permits: Larry Anderson
The meeting is open to the public.
Elgin residents, with the help of the University of Nebraska Extension service, will have an opportunity to discuss and set a game plan for the needs of our community at an assessment meeting. The meeting, open to the public, will be held at the Elgin Community Center (Senior Center) on Wednesday, February 6 beginning at 7 p.m.
Topics to be discussed include the overall “look” of our community, the business district, condition of streets/sidewalks and other infrastructure issues, housing plus more. From this meeting, top concerns will be identified and plans will be set out to address those issues. The goal of the assessment is to maintain Elgin as an economically and visually attractive community for residents and visitors.
Please plan to attend and bring your concerns and ideas for discussion. Refreshments will be served.