A new book is The Gods of Guilt by Michael Connelly.
Our children’s books from the Libri Foundation Grant have arrived. The Libri Foundation is a nationwide non-profit organization that donates new, quality children’s books to small, rural public libraries in the U.S. We received 64 books with a total retail value of $1,053.37. We can apply for this grant every three years. It is a two to one match. Our Library Foundation sent a check for $350 when our grant application was accepted, and Elaine Meyers picked the books we wanted from their list. As soon as we get the books ready for check out, I will list some of the titles in the paper. This is the third time we have received books from this Foundation. What a blessing!
Our Elgin Library Foundation raises money each year so that we can apply for grants that require a match. This week I sent our application to the Kruetz-Bennett Foundation. It requires matching funds if we receive it. We won’t find out until March, but through our silent auction, our Adult Reading Challenge, and memorial money, we will have the matching funds available. In that grant we asked for funds for the Overdrive program and funds to digitize and update our microfilm of The Elgin Review. Our microfilm reader is getting old and the printing is very poor quality. We definitely need to update. If we don’t receive the grant for matching funds, we’ll have to do some more fund raising!
Our adult reading challenge continues! As soon as you pay your $20 you can enter your name. Then each time you read a library book (from our library) you can sign your name again. The drawing for an iPad will be at the end of February. So you still have plenty of time to enter and read!
We will be closed on December 24 and 25 for Christmas. Our hours are 5-7 on Monday, 1-5 on Tuesday, 1-7 on Wednesday, and 1-5 on Thursday and Friday. If the weather gets bad, call before you come to make sure we are open. We do not always close when the school does.
Our website is http://libraries.ne.gov/elgin .
Wednesday night the achievements of Wolfpack athletes in Fall Sports were recognized at a banquet held at the KC Hall.
Wolfpack football coach Randy Eisenhauer presented awards for the season.
“How do I describe this season? Enjoying and successful,” he said. “As a team we just continued to get better and better each game. I felt like our kids were determined to go out every day and prove we had what it takes. The kids fought all year and battled through a lot of injuries to get through this year. At one time this year we had nine of the 25 kids out with injuries and five of those injuries were season ending. We had many young kids step up and fill in and got some good playing time.:
During the season the Wolfpack set 13 new individual records and four team records. They were:
Most passing attempts in a game: 25 – Alex Pelster
Most passing attempts in a season: 124 – Alex Pelster
Most passing completions in a game: 18 – Alex Pelster
Most passing completions in a season: 61- Alex Pelster
Most passing yards in a game: 274 – Alex Pelster vs. CWC
Most passing yards in season: 775– Alex Pelster
Most receptions in a game: 8 – Blake Schrage
Most receiving yards in a game: 131 yds – Blake Schrage vs. CWC
Best average yards per reception: 24.7 yards Kyle Heithoff
Most rushing attempts in a game: 30 – Brett Kinney vs. Nebraska Christian. During that game with his 30 carries he ended up rushing for 196 yards which is 2 yards shy of the record for most rushing yards in a game.
Most tackles in a game: 24 – Kyle Heithoff vs. Plainview
Most tackles in a season: 127 – Kyle Heithoff
Most solo tackles in a season: 37 – Kyle Heithoff
2010 Most touchdown passes in a game: 3 – Ross Schindler vs. Kenesaw; 2013 3 – Alex Pelster vs. CWC
2012 Most touchdown passes in a season: 7 – Ross Schindler; 2013 7 – Alex Pelster
Most passing yards in a game: 274 yds vs. CWC
Most completions in a season: 61
Fewest opponents’s passing yards in a game: 0 yards Niobrara-Verdigre
Fewest opponents’s passing in a season: 400 yard (58- yard per game) (8 Games)
“To our seniors thanks for everything you have done. It has been a great 3 years being your assistant coach and the last year your head coach. Many memories have been made and I wish all of you good luck in the future,” Eisenhauer said.
Student Managers (certificate): Geoffrey Carr, Christian Lundgren, Hunter Reestman and Liam Heithoff. Letter: Evan Schindler (1st)
Freshmen — (Certificate) Kenny Bush, Anthony Getzfred, Brody Hupp and Miles Schrage. (Letter) Chad Bode
Sophomores — (Certificate) Tanner Dozler, Trey Baum, Chase Preister and Ryan Pelster. Letter — Kyle Kallhoff, Andrew Fangman, Seth Schumacher, Austin Meis, Scott Moser, Dylan Behnk and Alois Warner
Juniors — (Certificate) Ethan Fischer, Chris Bush, Tyler Smith and Trent Bauer. (Letter) Kyle Heithoff
Seniors — (Letter) Peter Starman, Blake Schrage, Alex Pelster and Brett Kinney
Defensive MVP: Kyle Heithoff
Offensive MVP: Blake Schrage
2013 D-1 6 All District Team
Honorable Mention — Chad Bode and Andrew Fangman
All District Team — Kyle Heithoff, Alex Pelster, Blake Schrage and Brett Kinney
Lincoln Journal Star Honorable Mention: Kyle Heithoff and Blake Schrage
Special Team awards (Kids that lift 40 days) — Dylan Behnk, Chad Bode, Ethan Fischer, Alex Pelster, Andrew Fangman, Ryan Pelster, Seth Schumacher, Kenny Bush, Tyler Smith. Brett Kinney. Kyle Kallhoff, Austin Meis, Miles Schrage, Chase Preister, Alois Warner, Trey Baum, Scott Moser, Blake Schrage, Christopher Bush, Kyle Heithoff, Trent Bauer and Peter Starman
WolfPack Lifter of the Year — Alex Pelster
Coach Tina Thiele-Blecher announced the volleyball awards.
Recognition and awards were:
Lincoln Journal Star — Honorable Mention to Jenna Parks
Niobrara Valley Conference Awards — Honorable Mention to Liz Selting & Mallory Fangman and Jenna Parks made 2nd Team
Letterwinners — Ivy Prater, Stephanie Bode, Madi Voborny, Corin Pelster, Mallory Fangman, Jenna Parks, Baylee Wemhoff, Liz Selting, Nicole Beckman and Taylor Schumacher
Participants — Kayla Nelson, Baylie Schiltmeyer, Sharla Schindler, Hayley Stamp, Jill Schindler, Terri Seier, Whitney Walker, Karissa Dicke, Lexie Heithoff, Katie Polk, Jordan Mescher, Amy Nelson, Taya Voborny, Kelsey Welding, Paige Nichols, Avenley Short, Jaime Hoefer, Taylor Sehi, Gracie Bullock, Emily Seier and Shantel Preister
Managers — Grace Henn, Emma Kerkman, Anna Heilhecker, Nicki Payne and Ally Wemhoff
Team awards (voted on by the players right after the season was over)
Hustle Award: Laid it out every day, in practice and in games. Wasn’t going to let a ball drop and got after it, didn’t dog it in practice — Varsity: Jenna Parks; JV: Jordan Mescher; C Team: Taylor Sehi
Best Defensive Player: Whether it be digging or blocking. Defensively was tenacious. Varsity: Mallory Fangman; JV: Sharla Schindler; C Team: Paige Nichols
Best Offensive Player: Serving, passing, setting or attacking, always ready to make the other team work.Varsity: Liz Selting; JV: Terri Seier; C Team: Amy Nelson
Most improved: Improved the most from last year to this year or from the beginning of the season to the end. Varsity: Taylor Schumacher; JV: Kayla Nelson; C Team: Karrisa Dicke, Shantel Preister, Avenley Short
Most Valuable Player: Who could our team not be without. Had to have on the court, inspired teammates, made big plays when we needed her. Varsity: Jenna Parks; JV: Sharla Schindler; C Team: Amy Nelson
Wolfpack Award: This is the on and off the court leader. Person with positive attitude, cares for the sport, committed entire season and works hard. Varsity: Ivy Prater; JV: Baylie Schiltmeyer; C Team: Avenley Short
From about Thanksgiving on, one thought is on the minds of EPS students (and probably staff, as well) . . . Christmas break. However, this year, the EPS Student Council has given students a little more to look forward to than just a long winter’s vacation.
After a fun-filled Homecoming, a successful penny war, and the first annual pumpkin decorating contest, the group decided they wanted to “Deck the Halls” of EPS for Christmas and do what they could to help out those less fortunate during the holiday season. The elementary classrooms were invited to partake in a tree decorating contest, while 7-12 students decorated their study hall/classroom doors. Placing first in the tree division was Mrs. Borer and the fourth graders. Second place went to Mrs. Eisenhauer and the third grade students. Mrs. Shoe’s study hall captured first place in the door category, and second place went to Mr. Mlinar’s study hall.
For the complete story, see the print edition of The Elgin Review
ELGIN PUBLIC SCHOOL BOARD
Distance Learning Room, EPS
December 11, 2013, 7:30 PM
President Laurie Waterbury called the regular meeting of the Elgin Public School Board to order at 7:30 p.m. Board members present were Ryan Reestman, Steve Heithoff, Steve Busteed, Laurie Waterbury, Stan Heithoff and Bob Hoefer. Also present were Superintendent Dan Polk, Principal Greg Wemhoff, Paula Jensen, Michael Becker, Crystal Borer, and Sue Vanis.
President Waterbury led the “Pledge of Allegiance.” Waterbury 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.
Steve Heithoff motioned and Stan Heithoff second to approve the Consent Agenda: #5- Minutes of Regular Meeting, #6- Adopt the Agenda, #7- Financial Report, #8- Board Bills. Motion carried, vote 6-0.
AMH, SpEd Expense, $90.00; Beckman Lumber, Instru Expense, $112.20; Central Valley Ag, Instru Expense, $35.97, Maintenance, $226.23; Central NE Rehab, SpEd Expense, $924.68; CEV, Instru Expense, $750.00; City of Neligh, Maintenance. $25.00; Dean’s Market, Maintenance, $17.60, Instru Expense, $40.60; Dramatic Publishing, Instru Expense, $45.90; Eakes, Instru Expense, $199.96; Ebsco, Instru Expense, $3,121.05; ESU #7, Title Expense, $60.00; ESU #8, $18,944.74; Elgin Appliance, Maintenance, $399.59; Elgin One Stop, Transportation, $1,471.45, Instru Expense, $29.97; Elgin Review, Business Expense, $509.50, Board Expense, $356.56; Elite Office Products, Business Expense, $1,292.23; Elkhorn Valley Schools, Instru Expense, $354.32; Flenniken Plmbg & Hth, Maintenance, $15.00; Great Plains Comm., Business Expense, $462.48; Haddock, Instru Expense, $84.00; Hadley-Braithwait, Maintenance, $392.50; Harding & Schultz, Board Expense, $275.00; Holiday Inn, Title Expense, $179.90; Island Supply & Welding, Instru Expense, $69.00; Jonny Dodge, Transportation, $1,819.41; Kittelson, Jim, Maintenance, $407.00; MSM Enterprises, SpEd Expense, $346.56; NASB, Board Expense, $65.00; Nebraska Life, Instru Expense, $44.00; Overland PT, SpEd Expense, $72.43; Pioneer Drama Service, Instru Expense, $40.00; Pommer, Michael CPA, Board Expense, $5,200.00; Reimbursement, $643.71; Schumacher Exterm., Maintenance, $75.00; Stoneware, Inc., Instru Expense, $1,440.00; The Station, Transportation, $893.60; Thompson Co., Maintenance, $223.72; Tiger Direct, Instru Expense, $610.30; Verizon Wireless, Business Expense, $399.43; Volkman Plmbg & Htg, Maintenance, $222.75; Wageworks, Business Expense, $176.00; NCRSA, Board Expense, ($700.00)
Total Board Bills: $42,464.34
December Payroll: $178,591.16
Total Board Bills/ Payroll: $221,055.50
President Waterbury recognized visitors and asked if the patrons had any comments.
In committee reports, Bob Hoefer reported that the Policy Committee had met and reviewed the 500 section of the Board Policies. The policies will be edited and presented at a future meeting. The 600 section is being reviewed by administration. Steve Heithoff and Laurie Waterbury presented information on the State School Board Convention they had attended.
Principal Wemhoff reported on the conclusion of fall activities and the Check 4 Learning program available for use in the classrooms. Alicap Insurance completed their safety review. Wemhoff will be attending the state principal convention this month.
Michael Becker, Activities Director, reported on the NSAIIA conference he had attended for state activity directors. He reviewed the sessions he had attended on head concussions, parent conflict, and dealing with expectations of coaches and teachers.
Supt. Polk reported on discussions and estimates he had been working on for upcoming projects. The hood above the stove in the kitchen is “out of compliance” and will need to be updated for the new fire regulations. He reported some changes in the NVC due to additional schools added to the conference. He had visited with the junior class about the educational field trip possibilities and they were very interested.
In action items, bids were reviewed for the HVAC work in the gym building. This will include 7 furnaces and air conditioning for the north section of the building. Stan Heithoff motioned and Ryan Reestman second to accept the bid from Heating Connection in the amount of $26,560 for HVAC work in the gym building. All voted aye, motion carried.
Hoefer motioned and Steve Heithoff second to accept bid for hot water heater replacement from Rasmussen Mechanical in the amount of $14,048. Vote 6-0, motion carried.
Specs for new bleachers at the football field were reviewed. The board decided to table the item until further information is obtained about possible new lighting.
Discussion was held on movement of CD’s to area banks. The item was tabled until further information can be obtained from the auditor.
Discussion was held on planning an educational field trip for the junior students in the summer before their senior year in place of senior sneak. Reestman motioned and Steve Busteed second to approve use of REAP money for a Junior class educational field trip and eliminate senior sneak for 2014-15. All voted aye, motion carried.
Basketball uniforms are next in the purchase rotation for the wolfpack sports. Stan Heithoff motioned and Reestman second to approve uniform replacement for basketball teams. Vote 6-0, motion carried.
Steve Heithoff motioned and Busteed second to approve transfer of $15,000 to lunch fund. All voted aye, motion carried.
Board Retreat was set for January 22, 2014 at 6:00 p.m. in the EPS ITV room. The board will review past goals and set goals for the future.
In other action items, Steve Heithoff motioned and Hoefer second to renew the second year of the superintendent’s two-year rolling contract with a 4% salary increase. Vote 6-0, motion carried.
The next regular board meeting will be on January 9, 2014 at 7:30 PM at the EPS Distance Learning Room.
Motion to adjourn the meeting was made by Reestman and seconded by Stan Heithoff. All voted aye, motion carried and the meeting adjourned at 9:36 p.m.
Ryan Reestman, Secretary
Paula Jensen, Recorder
PUBLISH: December 18, 2013
ANTELOPE COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
December 10, 2013
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: Bolling, Baker, Williby, Henery and Schwager. Kerkman and Brandt appeared later.
Approved the following claims for payment: We, the Committee on Claims, report that we have examined and approved for payment the following claims: GENERAL FUND: Melvin Ahlers, ps, 24.00; AMH Family Practice, ex, 107.00; Clerk of the District Court, ex, 70.00; Antelope Co Court, ex, 132.00; Antelope Co District Court, petty cash, 102.35; Antelope Co Sheriff, ex, 125.10; Antelope Co Treasurer, ex, 10.00; Apex Therapy Service, ex, 95.00; Appeara, ex, 77.18; AS Central Finance, ex, 538.75; Gordon Baker, ps, 72.00; Larry Baker, mlg, 57.64; Bear Graphics, ex, 355.71; Big Red Wireless, ex, 19.99; Merlin Bolling, mlg, 67.80; Bomgaars, ex, 155.13; Eleanor Brady, ps, 25.00; Harlan Brandt, mlg, 61.02; Braun Pest Control, ex, 25.00; Dean Brown, ps, 25.00; Butch’s Body, ex, 107.95; Char Carpenter, mlg, 230.52; Carrot Top Ind, ex, 573.55; Casey’s, ex, 251.34; Central Valley Ag, ex, 3.83; Elgin City, ut, 250.00; Neligh City, ut, 3056.54; Clearwater Record, ex, 334.10; Judith Cole, mlg, 94.36; Colonial Research, ex, 328.95; Cornhusker State Industries, ex, 48.00; Cubby’s, ex, 999.41; April Curtiss, ex, 45.00; DDSS, ex, 420.00; Dean’s Mkt, ex, 97.80; Dell Mkt, ex, 1366.48; Digital, Ally, ex, 20.00; Dollar General, ex, 123.60; Eakes Office Plus, ex, 454.32; Elgin One Stop, ex, 406.91; Elgin Review, ex, 136.70; Elite Office Products, ex, 494.04; Floor Maintenance, ex, 258.45; Frontier Communications, ut, 2187.09; Darlene Gibbs, ps, 36.00; Donna Hanson, ex, 25.96; Charles Henery, mlg, 107.92; Hilltop Drug, ex, 140.55; Nadene Hughes, ps, 14.00; Jack’s Uniforms, ex, 464.10; Edward Jensen, mlg, ex, 10.00; Reynold Johnson, ps, 48.00; Jonny Dodge, ex, 40.40; Frank Kamphaus, ps, 16.00; LeRoy Kerkman, mlg, 34.47; Dakota Kester, ex, 24.36; Bob Krutz, ex, 31.64; Willetta Lindsay, ex, 100.00; Madison Co Sheriff, ex, 56.24; Ronald Marshall, mlg, 39.55; Microfilm Imaging, ex, 87.00; Midwest Special Services, ex, 352.95; David Miller, mlg, 22.60; MIPS, ex, 425.60; Robert Moore, ex, 76.00; Mr S’s, ex, 86.30; Kelly Mueller, mlg, 28.58; N&B Gas, ex, 60.00; Nebr Dept of Labor, ex, 100.00; NACO, ex, 1820.01; Nebr Emergency Ser, ex, 45.00; NE Health & Human Ser, ex, 186.00; Nebr Sheriff’s Assn, ex, 210.00; Nebr Supreme Court, ex, 62.00; Nebr Weed Control Assn, ex, 200.00; Neligh Auto Machine, ex, 10.47; Neligh News, ex, 382.37; NE Research & Extension, ex, 144.36; Donna Payne, ps, 25.00; Carolyn Pedersen, ex, 219.67; Pengad, ex, 91.13; Phyllis Perdew, mlg, 11.30; Donald Poulsen, ps, 72.00; Jerald Schwager, mlg, 87.01; Shell Fleet, ex, 1045.03; Caroline Siems, ps, 25.00; Source Gas, ut, 267.04; The Station, ex, 413.76; Thriftway Mkt, ex, 461.00; Tilden Citizen, ex, 13.45; Neligh Postmaster, ex, 46.00; UNL IS Communications, ex, 8.35; US Cellular, ut, 362.90; Verizon Wireless, ut, 54.13; Oakdale Village, ut, 250.00; Visa, ex, 290.68; Walt’s Computer, ex, 130.00; Wanek’s Drug, ex, 482.36; Bonita Welke, ps, 22.00; Western Office Plus, ex, 19.98; James Wilcox, ps, 72.00; Rod Wilke, mlg, 24.97; Neil Williby, mlg, 75.71; Greg Wortman, mlg, 40.68; Zee Medical, ex, 9.75; Dan Zwingman, mlg, 12.43; Quill Corp, ex, 513.76; Dugan Business Forms, ex, 487.24
ROAD & BRIDGE: (Brunswick Area) Bomgaar, ex, 99.68; Frontier Communications, ut, 72.00; Green Line Equip, ex, 193.96; Key Sanitation, ut, 18.00; Kimball, Midwest, ex, 212.49; Kumm Gas, ex, 4948.35; Lazy T Tire, ex, 1739.75; Mitteis Gravel, ex, 2394.23; Neligh Auto & machine, ex, 283.14; North Central Public Power, ut, 174.03; Murphy Tractor, ex, 2755.66; Brunswick Village, ut, 37.50 (Orchard Area) Willie’s Service, ex, 41.13; Farmer’s Pride, ex, 4349.02; Frontier Comunication, ut, 61.12; Lazy T Tire, ex, 4.75; Mitteis Gravel, ex, 473.27; Monte Shabram, ex, 57.50; Source Gas, ut, 245.08; T, J’s Corner Harware, ex, 19.87; Pollock Redi Mix, ex, 1167.32; North Central Public Power, ut, 268.69; Murphy Tractor, ex, 311.85; R’s Carryouts, ex, 255.30 (Clearwater Area) Bomgaars, ex, 314.96; Farmer’s Pride, ex, 2361.00; Jonny Dodge, ex, 187.71; Kayton Intl, ex, 439.18; Lichtenberg Tire, ex, 309.70; Mitteis Gravel, ex, 419.52; Neligh Auto & Machine, ex, 82.91; Nebr Machinery, ex, 503.01; NE Nebr Telephone, ut, 50.16; Pollock Redi Mix, ex, 1604.96; Shell Fleet, ex, 181.71; Clearwater Village, ut, 52.50; Elkhorn Rural Public Power, ut, 108.57 (Neligh Area) Bomgaars, ex, 39.74; Cubby’s, ex, 220.68; Frontier Communications, ut, 57.47; Mitteis Gravel, ex, 336.08; Nebr Machinery, ex, 222.36; Northeast Glass, ex, 724.50; Pollock Redi Mix, ex, 755.04; Road Builders, ex, 1544.95 (Tilden Area) Black Hills Energy, ut, 81.12; Constellation Energy Gas, ut, 38.98; Frontier Commuications, ut, 56.64; Matteo Sand & Gravel, ex, 2707.41; Mr S’s, ex, 199.44; Nebr Public Power, ut, 219.29; Pollock Redi Mix, ex, 374.94; Sapp Bros, ex, 1665.00; Willow Creek Sand & Gravel, ex, 211.08 (Oakdale Area) Bomgaars, ex, 79.67; Great Plains Communications, ut, 71.49; Lichtenberg Tire, ex, 182.70; Matteo Sand & Gravel, ex, 1156.98; Mitteis Gravel, ex, 2564.08; Mr S’s, ex, 269.39; Nebr Public Power, ut, 39.07; Neligh Auto & Machine, ex, 459.49; Nebraska Machinery, ex, 331.13; Pollock Redi Mix, ex, 4121.17; Oakdale Village, ut, 13.50 (Elgin Area) Bomgaars, ex, 290.07; Elgin Auto, ex, 3.50; Echo Electric, ex, 53.64; Central Valley Ag, ex, 25.50; Elgin Body Shop, ex, 790.80; Great Plains Communications, ut, 52.47; Nebraska Machinery, ex, 12.02; Pollock Redi Mix, ex, 1495.90; Murphy Tractor, ex, 189.30; Sapp Bros, ex, 1705.00; Source Gas, ut, 177.54; The Station, ex, 155.47; Elkhorn Rural Public Power, ut, 53.62 (At Large) Antelope Co Clerk, petty cash, 10.00; Appeara, ex, 145.91; Beckman Lumber, ex, 1220.20; Bomgaars, ex, 126.31; Custer Hwy Dept, ex, 649.47; Elgin Auto Parts, ex, 22.02; Island Supply, ex, 165.00; Eli Jacob, ex, 22.78; Jebro, ex, 18,242.50; JEO Consulting, ex, 8377.00; Jonny Dodge, ex, 9185.24; Kumm Gas, ex, 376.14; Martin Materials, ex, 1793.70; Medical Enterprises, ex, 98.00; Mr S’s, ex, 1574.23; Neligh Auto & Machine, ex, 57.56; Newman Traffic, ex, 717.62; Nebr Machinery, ex, 6749.06; Norfolk Works, ex, 64.00; OK Auto, ex, 75.33; OK Tire, ex, 3669.00; Pollock Redi Mix, ex, 173.18; Royal One Stop, ex, 989.30; Sanne Ser, ex, 701.03; Shell Fleet, ex, 1989.55; The Station, ex, 244.40; Tinsley Grain, ex, 1452.08; Topkote, ex, 78,854.00; Pheasants Forever, ex, 50.00; Elkhorn Rural Public Power, ut, 113.50; Nicholas & Kelli Klabenes, ex, 10,000.00
REGISTER OF DEEDS PRESERVATION FUND: MIPS, ex, 253.21
INHERITANCE FUND: Jebro, ex, 18,242.50; Topkote, ex, 71,954.00
BUILDING FUND: Flenniken Plumbing, ex, 145.00; RaDec Construction, ex, 227,417.20; Don Zegers Construction, ex, 1573.70
GENERAL FUND PAYROLL: Total Wages, 71,218.26; WH, 6787.89; SS, 14,083.56; ST, 2250.88; Ameritas, ret, 10,874.57; Ameritas, ins, 533.40; AFLAC, ins, 98.54; BC/BS, ins, 55,031.57; Colonial Life, ins, 90.92; 1st Concord Benefits, ins, 283.33; Garnishment, 240.79; Madison National, ins, 39.58; Mid, American Benefits, ins, 255.00; Washington National, ins, 524.70
ROAD & BRIDGE PAYROLL: Total Wages, 41,231.10; WH, 3928.34; SS, 8276.82; ST, 1380.99; Ameritas, ret, 6173.24; Ameritas, ins, 190.64; BC/BS, ins, 26,665.09; Colonial Benefits, ins, 64.80; 1st Concord, ins, 166.67; Garnishment, 508.17; Madison National, ins, 95.26; Mid, American Benefits, ins, 135.00; Washington National, ins, 24.90
Approved the hire of a new deputy sheriff.
Set the elected officials wage for 2015-2018.
Approved the November 5, 2013and November 12, 2013 board minutes.
Reviewed various offices monthly reports.
Authorized the chairman to sign the resolution stopping north and south bound traffic at the intersection of 527 Avenue and 852 Road.
Authorized the chairman to sign the resolution relinquishing the east ¾ mile of 859 Road between 517 and 518 Avenue to Royal Township; if Royal Township refuses ownership of the above mentioned road the road will be vacated or abandoned according to state statute.
Antelope County Board of Supervisors
JERALD SCHWAGER /s/
Chairman of County Board
Attest: CAROLYN PEDERSEN /s/
Antelope County Clerk
PUBLISH: December 18, 2013