March 29, 2013 by lmorgan · Comments Off
The Antelope County Board of Supervisors will be held Tuesday, April 2.
The agenda for the meeting is as follows:
• 9:00 Auditors report
• 9:30 AM Museum building/George Strassler
• 10:00 AM Public Hearing conditional use permit Gregg Todd – construction of a confined cattle use located on the SE corner of the SW1/4 of Section 35, Eden Township and public hearing for a conditional use permit Progressive Swine Technologies - center pivot application of swine lagoon effluent located on the NE1/4 of Section 19, Custer Township
• 10:30 AM Mill Bridge change order and pay application/McDonald
Interlocal Agreement with Cities and Villages for emergency services
• Appoint Selection Committee to evaluate Construction Managers proposals for the new jail facility
• Application for permit to place a permanent electric line beneath 530th Avenue Willow Township/Virgil Carpenter
• Application for permit to place a permanent electric line beneath 517th Avenue Elgin Township/Dennis Blair
• Application for permit to place a permanent gas line beneath 525 Avenue Cedar Township/Selting Inc.
• Application for permit to place a permanent electric line beneath 517th Avenue Verdigris Township/Paul Renner
• Sublease Agreement between the Sheriff’s Department and the Shooters Club/Moore
•Appointments to the County Visitors Committee/Pedersen
• Approval of the March 5, and March 12, 2013 regular board minutes
• Advertise to sell the fuel tanks at Tilden/Schwager
The items on the agenda do not necessarily have to be acted on in the above order.
The County Board has the right to modify the agenda upon convening, provided the matter is of an emergency nature.
March 29, 2013 by lmorgan · Comments Off
The Elgin City Council is scheduled to meet Monday night, April 1.
Among the many items on the agenda, council members will hear a presentation from a representative of Blattner Energy, the general contractor for the Prairie Breeze Wind Energy farm to be built south of town.
Other items on the agenda are:
• Discussion and action on EKG future plans—Michael Moser & Todd Heithoff
• Discussion and action on Meis’ Subdivision annexation
• Discussion and action on dead end signs
• Discussion and action on inter-local agreement with Antelope County
• Discussion and action on signing contracts with DEQ
• Discussion and action on request from Baseball Boosters
• Discussion and action on approving Zack Polk as sub guard
• Discussion and action on Summer Help applications
• Discussion and action on Building Permits: Brian Evans
• Discussion and action on Storm Sewer Drainage Ditch at Paul Pelster’s
• Discussion and action on Letter from NDOR
• Discussion and action on Water Rates for fills
• Discussion and action on Community Clean Up
• Maintenance Report:
• Sheriff’s Report:
• Attorney’s Report: Action regarding drainage ditch payment
• Trash/Recycling Report:
• Treasurer’s Report:
• Transaction Report and Claims:
• Councilman’s Report:
• Clerk’s Report:
The meeting is open to the public.
This week, Petersburg author Teresa Heying is celebrating the nationwide release of her latest children’s book, “No Matter What You Do.”
The story illustrates that, even though it’s always hard to admit when we’ve done something wrong, it’s most important to remember that Jesus offers the gift of forgiveness. Readers look through a child’s eyes as a young mind comes to understand the concept of forgiveness in the Lord.
Published by Tate Publishing and Enterprises, the book is now available through bookstores nationwide, from the publisher at www.tatepublishing.com/bookstore, or by visiting barnesandnoble.com or amazon.com.
This is also an eLIVE title, meaning each book contains a code redeemable for a free audio book version from TatePublishing.com. eLIVE – Listen, Imagine, View, and Experience!
After 20 years of teaching full-time, Heying is now substitute teaching and resides in Petersburg, Nebraska, with her husband, Bob. She is also the author of “Fishing with Grandpa” (Tate Publishing, 2011).
The state’s two largest daily newspapers announced their all-state basketball teams on Sunday.
In the Lincoln Journal-Star, receiving honorable mention from the Wolfpack boys team was senior Zach Polk.
For the girls, receiving honorable mention were Stephanie Bode and Chelsi Mescher.
In the Omaha World-Herald, receiving honorable mention in Class C-2 were Wolfpack players Mescher, Bode and Jenna Parks.
Rosters have been announced for the 36th Annual Sertoma 8-Man All-Star football game to be played in June. Heading up selections to the ‘West’ team are two members of the D-1 State Champion Elgin Public-Pope John football team. Quarterback Ross Schindler and running back Blake Anderson have been selected to the team.
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