Legal Notices 8-28-13

CEDAR COUNTY

COMMISSION

Minutes

August 13, 2013

The Cedar County Commissioners met in the Boardroom of the Cedar County Courthouse at 8:30 am and the meeting was called to order as advertised, with Jerry Wiese and David McGregor present and Terry Pinkelman absent. Also present County Clerk David Dowling. Vice Chairman McGregor stated the open meetings laws are posted on the wall for public inspection.

Motion was made by McGregor and seconded by Wiese to approve the agenda. Motion carried with a 2 to 0 vote. Motion was made by Wiese and seconded by McGregor to approve the minutes from the last meeting. Motion carried with a 3 to 0 vote.

Road Supt., Carla Schmidt presented underground permits for districts two and three approval. Requests for permits were reviewed and approved and signed by each respective commissioner. Contract for box culvert, which was recently approved by the county for district three, was reviewed. The contract was signed by district three Commissioner David McGregor. Carla then stated the firm hired by the State of Nebraska to do fracture critical bridge inspections on September 19th and that the bridges have the bottom areas of the bridges cleaned prior to the inspections. Carla then presented and engineering study report on an intersection in district two. After reviewing the report Carla suggests that a stop sign be placed at the intersection. Carla then presented a resolution to place a stop sign at the intersection. Motion was made by Wiese and seconded by McGregor to approve resolution 13-20. Motion carried with a 2 to 0 vote; Pinkelman absent.

Weed and Zoning Administrator, Dave Sudbeck stated that he has not much to report, except a zoning meeting will be held August 26th and that he will then report the results to the board on the August 27th meeting of Commissioners.

George Feilmeier, Martin Sudbeck, Jack Lammers and Karen Bonneau met to discuss the maintenance and repairs on the log cabin at the Museum. Karen Bonneau gave the board history on the log cabin. Discussion was held on the condition of the buildings and what kind of repairs need to be done.

Commissioner, McGregor reported on a recent Public Health Board meeting and stated Dakota County would like to join with Cedar, Dixon and Wayne counties. McGregor stated the next meeting that topic will be discussed.

With no further business or agenda items the following claims were reviewed and signed for payment and then the meeting was declared adjourned.

GENERAL FUND: Total Salaries –124,048.71; Aflac 947.05; IRS 11,412.32; Social Security, 18,598.60; BCBS 37,952.08; First Concord Benefits Group LLC 1,542.00; Lincoln National Life Ins. Co. 635.24; Mass Mutual 1,620.00; Nationwide Retirement Solutions 50.00; Nebraska Child Support Payment Center 300.00; Nebraska Dept. of Revenue 3,771.23; Portfolio Recovery Associates LLC 149.23; Retirement Plans Div. of Ameritas 13,961.19; Washington Natl. Insurance Co. 82.25; Mark D. Albin 342.30; Connie Arens 48.65; Shirley Arens 20.00; Art Kathol Appliance 728.45; Bank of Hartington 10.95; Bomgaars 157.10; Carhart Lumber Co. 3,681.01; Cartridge World 60.94; Cedar County Clerk of Dist. Court 188.19; Cedar County Court 266.00; Cedar County News 411.69; Cedar County Sheriff 628.79; Cedar-Knox Public Power District 265.01; Claritus 159.83; Clays Construction 1,000.00; Coleridge Blade 226.19; D & J Variety 43.19; Data Spec. LLC 649.00; De Lage Landen 110.67; De Lage Landen 130.00; Eakes Office Plus 692.49; Feilmeier Electric 75.98; Fejfar Plumbing & Heating 154.93; Floor Maintenance and Supply 410.86; Food Town 520.09; Darla Frank 313.69; Kevin Garvin 67.83; Great American Leasing Corp. 75.00; Craig A. Hansen 26.44; Hartelco 2,184.19; Hartelco 1,411.87; Hartington Shopper 172.00; Nebraska Health & Human Services 4,653.00; Duane Heithold 11.87; Jeffrey L. Hrouda 3,682.17; Iowa Office Supply, Inc. 436.00; Jack’s Uniforms & Equipment 65.00; Kathleen M. Jorgensen 679.87; Kardell’s Auto 63.00; Ken’s Market 417.42; David D. Knoff 3,000.00; David Koch 950.00; Larry Koranda 13.36; Kruse True Value 1,429.16; Laurel Advocate 221.62; Laurel Welding 175.00; LEAF 332.04; Lincoln-Lancaster County Emergency 150.00; Madison County Sheriff 51.18; James Egley 75.00; Ann Flood 50.00; Valerie Olson 50.00; Marjorie Schaffer 66.95; Darla Frank 154.00; MIPS Inc. 2,603.05; Mobile Binders 4,437.50; NACO 100.00; NE Nebr. Assoc. of County Officials 240.00; Nebraska Public Power Dist. 2,963.61; Nebraska Notary Association 154.23; Nebraska.Gov 3.00; Peitz GMC Service Inc. 65.58; Premier Lawn & Landscaping 95.00; Presto X 44.10; Quill Corp. 99.36; Randolph Times 117.54; Schroeder Land Surveying 620.00; Roger Schwartz 12.00; Sioux City Wintronic Co. 143.11; Source Gas 92.58; State of Nebr- As Central Services 448.00; State of Nebr-AS Central Services 254.05; Jackie Steffen 7.99; Tri-State Communications Inc. 82.00; Tri-State Turf & Irrigation 17.23; Gene Twiford 47.46; U.S. Bank 13.52; UNL Extension in Sioux County 140.00; Marlin Vanslyke 27.12; Veterans Information Service 55.00; Voyager Fleet Systems Inc. 2,835.42; Voyager Fleet Systems Inc. 210.08; Western Office 80.83; Janet Wiechelman 81.05; Yankton Daily Press & Dakotan 139.14.

ROAD FUND: Total Salaries 66,589.67; Aflac 725.53; IRS 5,448.91; Social Security 10,064.84; BCBS 26,888.90; First Concord Benefits Group LLC 125.00; Mass Mutual 20.00; Nationwide Retirement Solutions 50.00; Nebraska Dept. of Revenue 1,912.26; Retirement Plans Div. of Ameritas 7,435.10; Washington Natl Insurance Co 49.40; AT & T 137.19; Appeara 101.25; Backus Sand & Gravel 8,160.40; Craig Bartels 64.40; Berner’s Service 7,202.55; Bolt Bin 123.07; Bomgaars 73.04; Cedar County auto Parts Inc. 73.91; Cedar-Knox Public Power District 272.51; Cellcom-Hartington 90.98; Central Valley Ag 420.00; Century Link 102.33; Coleridge Welding Inc. 202.00; Concrete Materials 5,891.74; Farmers Union Gas & Oil 478.93; Filter Care of Nebr. 119.60; Fischer Feed & Supply 2,636.54; Folkers Bros. Garage 6,668.42; Garvins CB Shop 68.90; Gill Hauling Inc. 15.50; Great Plains Communication Inc. 170.22; Grossenburg Implement 954.92; Hansen Repair Inc. 31.698.26; Hartelco 201.68; Hartington Shopper 62.00; Hefner Oil & Feed Co. 5,943.16; Jerry’s Service Inc. 11,135.04; Kaiser Appliance & Refrigeration 31.78; Kayton International Inc. 528.85; Kellen & Streit Inc. 4,904.55; Kessler Repair 58.35; Kimball Midwest 81.09; Arnold Konken 14.00; Jerome Kuehn 11.00; Laurel Welding 164.98; Leiting Auto Supply 18.24; Menford Electric LLC 160.68; Menfords Hardware & Farm Store 145.82; Mike’s Electric 28.10; Nebraska Public Power Dist. 111.00; NMC Exchange LLC 5,018.22; NMC Exchange LLC 569.14; NMC Exchange LLC 199.23; Northeast Nebr. Telephone Co. 42.87; Northeast Nebr. Telephone Co. 42.87; Peitz GMC Service Inc. 1,590.98; Peterson Sand & Gravel 19,531.02; Pomp’s Tire Service Inc. 1,179.00; Randolph Farm Supply 3,267.96; Randolph Times 129.66; Rath’s Mini Mart 692.32; Rees Mack Sales & Service 108.88; Source Gas 76.41; Spencer Quarries Inc. 29,956.96; St. Helena Store 40.75; Stop N Go 184.91; The Parts House Inc. 391.41; Tri-State Communications Inc. 632.50; Urwiler Oil & Fertilizer 8,765.68; Valentine’s Niobrara Lodge 178.00; Village of Wynot 74.41; Voyager Fleet Systems Inc. 4,151.38; Wayne County Roads Department 15,525.31; Wiebelhaus Service 467.80; Wiechelman repair Inc. 301.26; Jerry Wiese 12.00; Wynot Oil Company 580.89; Boyer Trucks Sioux Falls, Inc. 44,447.00.

CEDAR COUNTY TRANSIT FUND: Carol Bruning 440.00; Farmers Union Gas & Oil 358.20; Ann Lentz 1,759.00; Mary Rose Pinkelman 1,760.00; Stop N Go 352.67.

HOMELAND SECURITY FUND: Electronic Engineering 8,222.70; Motorola 30,302.95.

ENHANCED 911 FUND: AT & T 17.14; Bomgaars 71.62; Century Link 3.34; Eastern Nebraska Telephone 167.08; Great Plains Communications Inc. 123.72; Hartelco 1,098.87; MCI Comm Service 31.70; Motorola 1,377.00; Northeast Nebr. Telephone Co. 513.91; Talley 1,655.22; United Communications Group Inc. 6,810.00.

APPROVED:

David McGregor, Vice Chairman

ATTEST:

David Dowling, County Clerk

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VILLAGE OF FORDYCE

Regular Meeting

August 19, 2013

7:30 p.m.

Chuck Kramer called the meeting to order. Present were Dan Thoene, Tom Pinkelman, Diane Limoges, Village Clerk, Jerry Pollard, Village Attorney, Joe Hunhoff, CPA, Dan Reikoswki, and Erik Dickes.

Dan Thoene made a motion to accept the minutes of the July 15th meeting. Tom Pinkelman seconded the motion. Motion carried.

Dan Thoene made a motion to accept the Treasures Report. Tom Pinkelman seconded the motion. Motion carried.

The following claims were submitted for approval, Arts Garbage Service, $1067.90, Bomgaars, $37.48, Cedar County News, $39.10, Cedar Knox Public Power District, $658.85, Cedar Knox Rural Water Project, $2205.50, Great Plains Comm., $149.84, HD Supply Works, LTD., $626.95, League of Municipality, $185.00, Menford Electric LLC., $319.21, NE Public Health Environmental Lab, $15.00 & $485.00, One Call Concepts, Inc., $6.25, Pollard, Jerry Atty., $75.00, Thoene, Dan, $45.41, US Post Office, $314.85, Limoges, Diane, $595.20, Wubben, David, $628.55, and Fordyce Coop, $44.52. Tom Pinkelman made a motion to accept the claims as submitted minus the one from Dan Thoene. Dan Thoene seconded the motion. Motion carried. Tom Pinkelman made a motion to accept the claim from Dan Thoene. Chuck Kramer seconded the motion. Dan Thoene abstained. Motion carried.

Joe Hunhoff and the board reviewed the information needed to produce the 2013/2014 budget. Streets and Water once again top the project list. The Budget Hearing was set for September 16th @ 7:00 pm. with the Special Hearing immediately after @ 7:30 pm.

Erik Dickes and Dan Reikoswki explained the needs of the building permit submitted by the Fordyce Coop. After much discussion it was determined that the permit did not and could not meet the zoning requirement for the permit.

Chuck Kramer made a motion to declare Chad Uhing’s yellow lab a potentially dangerous dog. Tom Pinkelman seconded the motion. Motion carried.

The stray cat issue was address. There is really nothing that can be done to control the problem. If any one wishes to live trap them and handle the problem themselves that is up to them.

As there is no additional information yet available concerning a possible welcome sign the item was tabled.

The Fordyce spur is scheduled to have work done in 2014. Dan Thoene suggested that when the time comes we use the same contractor to make needed improvements to the village streets.

Several people have voiced concerns about the abandoned vehicle on Main Street. The owner has been contacted and the vehicle will be moved.

Tom Pinkelman made a motion to adjourn. Dan Thoene seconded the motion. Motion carried.

Meeting adjourned at 8:38 pm

Diane Limoges/Clerk

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VILLAGE OF ST. HELENA

Minutes

July 8, 2013

The Regular meeting of the Chairman and Board of Trustees of the Village of St. Helena, Nebraska was held on July 8, 2013 at 6:30 pm. at the St. Helena Village Hall. Notice of the meeting was given in advance by posting in three public places within the Village of St. Helena.

Present were Chairman Victor Paltz, Trustees Jody Albrecht, Jen Miller, Clair Wieseler, Loren Bender and Clerk Paula Pinkelman. Minutes of the June 10, 2013 meeting were read and approved with a motion by Jen Miller and seconded by Loren Bender with all in favor.

A motion was made by Jen Miller and seconded by Jody Albrecht to approve the financial report as read with all in favor.

The following claims were submitted for payment: General Fund : St. Helena Store $15.50, Cedar-Knox PPD $271.99, CNA Surety $100.00, Cedar County News $30.26, United States Treasury $320.61, Paula Pinkelman $323.22, Victor Paltz $217.76, Emily Paltz $83.56, Zachary Paltz $59.13, Davis Wieseler $125.00. Water Fund: Cedar-Knox PPD $19.45, Engineering America $177,269.85, Mid-State Engineering & Testing $382.00, Victor Paltz $49.63. Sewer Fund: Village of Wynot $780.00, NE Department of Revenue $116.40, Clemon Analytic and Environmental Laboratory $37.00, Cedar-Knox PPD $15.50, Victor Paltz $58.98.

A motion was made by Clair Wieseler and seconded by Victor Paltz to pay the bills for this month with all in favor.

The date for cut-over to new the new water tower will be July 9, 2013 at 10:00 am.

There was discussion in regards to issue of loose dogs within the Village of St. Helena. Victor Paltz has been in contact with Robert Klimisch, village attorney, as to what actions to take. Victor will continue to follow up with Robert Klimisch and more discussion will take place at the next meeting.

The Village will rent a skid-loader to brush and sweep up the excess rock chips from the street repairs and use the rock chips on gravel roads within the Village of St. Helena.

The next meeting will be Au

gust 12, 2013 at 6:30 pm. With no further business to discuss Loren Bender made a motion to adjourn the meeting at 7:30 pm. and Jody Albrecht seconded the motion with all in favor.

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ANNUAL NOTIFICATION OF ASBESTOS MANAGEMENT PLAN AVAILABILITY

East Catholic Elementary – Bow Valley & West Catholic Elementary – Fordyce

Federal regulations require all schools to inventory asbestos containing materials and develop management plans to identify and control asbestos containing materials in their building.

The presence of asbestos in a building does not mean that the health of building occupants is necessarily endangered. As long as asbestos containing material remains in good condition an dis not disturbed, exposure is unlikely. The plan is available for review in the school administrative office during normal business hours.

At least once each six months periodic surveillance is being conducted on all asbestos containing material and suspect material assumed to contain asbestos.

A reinspection is being conducted every three years in all schools that have asbestos containing material.

From time to time operations & maintenance activities may be conducted to material in good condition.

For more information please contact: East Catholic Elementary at (402) 357-3507 or West Catholic Elementary at (402) 357-2146.

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HARTINGTON PUBLIC SCHOOL BOARD MEETING

Student Fees Policy JN

August 19, 2013

Motion by Steiner, seconded by Jueden, for the Board of Education to legally convene for the Student Fees Policy JN hearing at 6:00 p.m. Members present: Jason Dendinger, Colin Kathol, Brenda Steiner, Gerri Jueden, Doug Miller, and Ron Pearson. Others present: Supt. Anderson, High School Principal Flamig, Business Manager Chrys Koch. Members voting aye: Kathol, Miller, Pearson, Steiner, Jueden, and Dendinger. Members voting nay: none. Carried: 6-0.

Notice of meeting was given by publication in the Cedar County News on August 14, 2013, and the Board of Education acknowledged by receipt and agenda. Publication and notice indicated the meeting place, date and time.

President Dendinger called the Student Fees Policy JN hearing to order at 6:00 p.m.

President Dendinger informed all present of the Open Meetings Law and pointed out the copy of the Open Meetings Law Chapter 84 Article 14 poster on the Board Room wall.

Superintendent Anderson offered testimony on policy.

Motion by Steiner, seconded by Jueden, to adjourn at 6:03 p.m. Members voting aye: Kathol, Jueden, Pearson, Miller, Steiner, Dendinger. Members voting nay: none. Carried: 6-0.

Brenda Steiner, Secretary

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HARTINGTON PUBLIC SCHOOL BOARD MEETING

Parental Involvement ABA

August 19, 2013

Motion by Pearson, seconded by Miller, for the Board of Education to legally convene for the Parental Involvement ABA hearing at 6:04 p.m. Members present: Jason Dendinger, Colin Kathol, Brenda Steiner, Gerri Jueden, Doug Miller, and Ron Pearson. Others present: Supt. Anderson, High School Principal Flamig, Business Manager Chrys Koch. Members voting aye: Miller, Steiner, Kathol, Jueden, Pearson, Dendinger. Members voting nay: none. Carried: 6-0.

Notice of meeting was given by publication in the Cedar County News on August 14, 2013, and the Board of Education acknowledged by receipt and agenda. Publication and notice indicated the meeting place, date and time.

President Dendinger called the Parental Involvement ABA hearing to order at 6:04 p.m.

President Dendinger informed all present of the Open Meetings Law and pointed out the copy of the Open Meetings Law Chapter 84 Article 14 poster on the Board Room wall.

Superintendent Anderson offered testimony on policy.

Motion by Pearson, seconded by Miller, to adjourn at 6:05 p.m. Members voting aye: Miller, Steiner, Kathol, Jueden, Pearson, and Dendinger. Members voting nay: none. Carried: 6-0.

Brenda Steiner, Secretary

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HARTINGTON PUBLIC SCHOOL BOARD MEETING

Minutes – Regular meeting

August 19, 2013

Motion by Jueden, seconded by Kathol, for the Board of Education to legally convene for the regular August meeting at 6:06 p.m. Members present: Jason Dendinger, Colin Kathol, Brenda Steiner, Gerri Jueden, Doug Miller, and Ron Pearson. Others present: Supt. Anderson, High School Principal Flamig, Business Manager Chrys Koch. Carried: 6-0.

Notice of meeting was given by publication in the Cedar County News on August 14, 2013, and the Board of Education acknowledged by receipt and agenda. Publication and notice indicated the meeting place, date and time.

President Dendinger called the regular August Board Meeting to order at 6:06 p.m.

President Dendinger informed all present of the Open Meetings Law and pointed out the copy of the Open Meetings Law Chapter 84 Article 14 poster on the Board Room wall.

Motion by Jueden, seconded by Kathol, to approve the consent agenda that includes items #2 regular July 9, 2013, board meeting minutes, #3 Report on School Finances, #4 Approval of Bills (including those covered by the provisions of LB 734), and #5 Recognition of Visitors. Members voting aye: Jueden, Kathol, Miller, Pearson, Steiner, and Dendinger. Members voting nay: none. Carried: 6-0.

Amazon.com, $2,167.21, Supplies; Amsan, $1,448.89, Supplies; R. Anderson, $84.75, Mileage; BrainPop.com, $1,780.75, Software; J. Bult, $60.57, Supplies; Cardmember Service , $462.77, Supplies; Carhart Lumber, $3.39, Supplies; Cedar County News, $870.08, Advertising; CPO Science, $1,117.76, Supplies; D & J Variety, $398.00, Supplies; Destination Education, $28.95, Supplies; Egan Supply, $2,483.60, Service; EMC Publishing, $1,424.61, Supplies; ESU #1, $4,645.54, Service; ESU #7, $500.00, Service; ESU #8, $578.57, Software; Farmers Union Co-op, $226.84, Fleet; Flinn Scientific, $158.02, Supplies; Folkers Brothers Garage, $544.89, Fleet; Grossenburg Implement, $29.57, Supplies; Hammond & Stephens, $210.38, Supplies; Hartelco, $306.76, Service; Hartington Shopper, $79.00, Advertising; L. Haselhorst, $264.55, Supplies; Holiday Inn, $189.90, Travel; Houchen Bindery, $225.00, Service; Houghton Mifflin, $1,358.94, Supplies; HPS Activity Account, $550.78, Supplies; Jerry’s Service, $583.83, Fleet; K-Log, $2,885.77, Supplies; Key Concepts, $1,884.66, Service; Kruse Hardware, $111.94, Supplies; Lakeshore Learning, $880.33, Supplies; Lightspeed Technologies, $1,948.64, Supplies; R. Mainquist, $158.20, Mileage; Matheson Trigas, $56.74, Supplies; McGraw-Hill, $14,449.38, Supplies; Menards-Yankton, $98.99, Supplies; Miller Painting, $600.00, Service; NASB, $150.00, Service; NASB-ALICAP, $48,630.00, Service; NCS Pearson, $2,673.67, Software; Nebraska Link, $989.14, Service; NE School Counselor Assoc., $140.00, Service; News Bowl, $309.00, Supplies; NPPD, $2,934.80, Electricity; NRCSA, $700.00, Membership; Olson’s Pest, $80.00, Service; Payflex, $108.90, Service; Peitz GMC, $355.79, Fleet; J. Peitz, $7.59, Supplies; L. Peitz, $43.83, Supplies; Quill, $247.32, Supplies; R & B Landtiling & Construction, $85.00, Storage; Scholastic, $407.89, Supplies; School Specialty, $434.08, Supplies; Scott’s, $869.14, Fleet; Sourcegas, $671.30, Building Fuel; Stop-N-Go, $69.53, Fleet; Sudbeck Heating & Cooling, $159.00, Service; M. Thoene, $7.50, Permit; Arvid Thoreson, $778.00, Service; Time For Kids, $88.40, Supplies; Trinity Lutheran Church, $271.00, Supplies; Tri-State Turf & Irrigation, $370.75, Supplies; ULine, $64.74, Supplies, ; William H. Sadlier, Inc., $151.21, Supplies; Wingate By Wyndham, $154.00, Travel; Yankton Fire & Safety, $331.50, Service; Motion by Jueden, seconded by Steiner, to approve Student Fees Policy JN. Members voting aye: Miller, Steiner, Pearson, Jueden, Kathol, Dendinger. Members voting nay: none. Carried: 6-0.

Motion by Pearson, seconded by Kathol, to approve Parental Involvement Policy ABA. Members voting aye: Kathol, Jueden, Pearson, Miller, Steiner, Dendinger. Members voting nay: none. Carried: 6-0.

Motion by Miller, seconded by Jueden, to accept the resignation of Heather Jones. Members voting aye: Pearson, Jueden, Kathol, Miller, Steiner, Dendinger. Members voting nay: none. Carried: 6-0.

Motion by Pearson, seconded by Steiner, to accept personnel contracts for two school lunch personnel (Hollie Sextro, JoAnn Wiebelhaus) and two para-educators (Teresa Fischer, JoAnn Wiebelhaus). Members voting aye: Miller, Kathol, Jueden, Steiner, Pearson, Dendinger. Members voting nay: none. Carried: 6-0.

Motion by Steiner, seconded by Miller, to approve the expenditure exclusion for 2% additional budget growth. Members voting aye: Pearson, Jueden, Kathol, Miller, Steiner, Dendinger. Members voting nay: none. Carried: 6-0.

Motion by Jueden, seconded by Kathol, to approve the 2013 – 2014 handbooks. Members voting aye: Kathol, Jueden, Pearson, Steiner, Miller, Dendinger. Members voting nay: none. Carried: 6-0.

Next meeting Monday, September 16th at 6:00 p.m.

Motion by Steiner, seconded by Jueden, to adjourn at 7:10 p.m. Members voting aye: Kathol, Jueden, Pearson, Miller, Steiner, Dendinger. Members voting nay: none. Carried: 6-0.

Brenda Steiner, Secretary

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PUBLIC NOTICE

VEGETATION CONTROL ON

MISSOURI RIVER SANDBARS BETWEEN

PICKSTOWN, SD

AND PONCA, NE

SEPTEMBER 3 – 20, 2013

Beginning September 3, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will be spot spraying vegetated portions of sandbars in the Missouri River to restore emergent sandbar habitat for the endangered least tern and threatened piping plover. Approximately 10 sandbars will be treated in the Pickstown to Niobrara reach (river miles 870.0 to 846.0) and 30 sandbars will

be treated in the Yankton to Ponca reach (river miles 805.0 to 754.0). Certified applicators on all terrain vehicles will be using aquatically-approved herbicides glyphosate (trade name Rodeo) and imazapyr (trade name Habitat). Spraying may occur on weekends and will take place only when environmental conditions allow, such as little to no wind and no rainfall in the immediate forecast. For additional information, please contact the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Public Affairs Office, at (402) 995-2417.

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NOTICE OF TRUSTEE’S SALE

Notice is hereby given that the following described property will be sold at public auction to the highest bidder inside the front door of the Cedar County Courthouse, Hartington, Nebraska, on September 9, 2013 at 1:00 p.m.:

A tract of land located in the Northeast Quarter of the Southeast Quarter (NE ¼ SE ¼) of Section Five (5), Township Twenty-eight (28) North, Range Three (3) East of the 6th P.M., City of Laurel, Cedar County, Nebraska, more particularly described as follows: Commencing at the East ¼ corner of Section 5, Township 28 North, Range 3 East of the 6th P.M., City of laurel, Cedar County, Nebraska, thence N90º00’00″W on an assumed bearing on the North line of the Northeast ¼ of the Southeast ¼ of said Section, 38.00 feet to a point on the West R.O.W. line of U.S. Hwy. #20 and Nebraska Hwy. #15, said point being the point of beginning; thence N90º00’00″W on said North line, 145.00 feet; thence S00º29’44″E and parallel to the East line of said ¼, 338.00 feet; thence N90º00’00″E, and parallel to said North line, 145.00 feet to a point on said West R.O.W. line; thence N00º29’44″E on said West R.O.W. line, 338.00 feet to the point of beginning, containing 1.12 acres, more or less (the “Trust Property”).

The Trust Property will be sold subject to all liens and encumbrances of record having priority over that Deed of Trust dated February 21, 2008 in which Security Bank, formerly known as Security National Bank, is named Trustee and Beneficiary and filed for record on February 22, 2008 in Book 260, Page 112 in the Records of the Clerk and Register of Deeds in and for Cedar County, Nebraska.

The highest bidder at the Trustee’s Sale will deposit with the Trustee, on the day and time of the sale, the full amount of the sum bid at the Trustee’s sale, in cash, or certified funds, except when this requirement is waived by the Beneficiary. This sale is made without any warranties as to the title to or condition of the property.

Dated this 24th day of July, 2013.

RICHARD P. GARDEN, JR., Attorney for Security Bank, formerly known as Security National Bank, Trustee

By: CLINE WILLIAMS WRIGHT JOHNSON

& OLDFATHER, LLP

Attorneys at Law

233 South 13th Street

1900 U.S. Bank Building

Lincoln, NE 68508

(402) 474-6900

By: Richard P. Garden, Jr. – #17685

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NOTICE OF TRUSTEE’S SALE

Notice is hereby given that the following described property will be sold at public auction to the highest bidder inside the front door of the Cedar County Courthouse, Hartington, Nebraska, on September 9, 2013 at 1:00 p.m.:

North 62 feet 10 inches of the East 24 feet 6 inches of Lot 22, Block 5, Original Town of Laurel, Cedar County, Nebraska (the “Trust Property”).

The Trust Property will be sold subject to all liens and encumbrances of record having priority over that Deed of Trust dated February 21, 2008 in which Security Bank, formerly known as Security National Bank, is named Trustee and Beneficiary and filed for record on February 22, 2008 in Book 260, Page 117 in the Records of the Clerk and Register of Deeds in and for Cedar County, Nebraska.

The highest bidder at the Trustee’s Sale will deposit with the Trustee, on the day and time of the sale, the full amount of the sum bid at the Trustee’s sale, in cash, or certified funds, except when this requirement is waived by the Beneficiary. This sale is made without any warranties as to the title to or condition of the property.

Dated this 24th day of July, 2013.

RICHARD P. GARDEN, JR., Attorney for Security Bank, formerly known as Security National Bank, Trustee

By: CLINE WILLIAMS WRIGHT JOHNSON

& OLDFATHER, LLP

Attorneys at Law

233 South 13th Street

1900 U.S. Bank Building

Lincoln, NE 68508

(402) 474-6900

By: Richard P. Garden, Jr. – #17685

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NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS

CALL ORDER 300

FEDERAL PROJECT NO. STP-12-6(116)

LOCATION: N-12, FORDYCE EAST & WEST

COUNTIES: CEDAR

The Nebraska Department of Roads will receive sealed bids in Room 104 of the Central Office Building at 1500 Hwy. 2 in Lincoln, until 1:30 P.M. on September 05, 2013. At that time the bids will be opened and read for

BITUMINOUS

BIDDING PROPOSAL FORMS WILL BE ISSUED AND A CONTRACT AWARDED TO A CONTRACTOR

WHO IS QUALIFIED FOR: BITUMINOUS

Length: 9.2 MILES

START DATE 09/15/2014 WORKING DAYS 25

Price Range $ 500,000 to $ 2,000,000

THIS PROJECT CONTAINS A DBE GOAL OF 2.0 %

Plans and specifications may be seen beginning August 13, 2013 at the Lincoln Central Office and August 19, 2013 at the District Engineer’s Office at NORFOLK

Additional letting information may be found at the Nebraska Department of Roads Web Site at http://www.dor.state.ne.us/letting/.

This project is funded under the Federal-Aid Highway Act, all appropriate Federal requirements will apply.

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