The Cedar County Board of Commissioners will meet at 8:30 a.m., Tuesday, Oct. 25, 2016, in the Commissioners’ Room in the Cedar County Courthouse.
Agenda is available in the County Clerk’s office.
September 26, 2016
The Hartington City Council met for their regular meeting on September 26, 2016 at the city hall beginning at 7:00 P.M. Notice of time and place of the meeting was given in the advance notice by posting. Notice of time and place of the meeting was communicated in the advance notice to the mayor and council.
Present were Mayor Peitz; Councilpersons Kruse, Addison, and Bartling; City Clerk-Treasurer Lenzen; and Deputy Clerk Schaecher. Absent were Legal Adviser Pier, and Councilman Christensen.
Mayor Peitz called the meeting to order followed by all present reciting the Pledge of Allegiance. He announced that the open meeting law poster was on the back wall of the council room and reminded all present to silence their cell phones.
A motion to approve the minutes of the September 14, 2016 meeting was made by Addison and seconded by Bartling. A roll call vote was taken. Addison – yes, Bartling – yes, and Kruse – yes. Motion carried.
Resolution 20160926 – Hartington Chamber Holiday Light Parade, was introduced by Councilman Kruse. A motion to adopt the resolution was made by Kruse and seconded by Bartling. A roll call vote was taken. Kruse – yes, Bartling – yes, and Addison – yes. Motion carried.
Matt Dresden, representing the Hartington Economic Development Corporation, presented to the council a drawdown request of LB840 funds. The request was for bills from Plumbing and Electric and JEO engineering for work at the new industrial site project. The JEO bill was questioned if it should have only been for one invoice. Clerk Lenzen will contact JEO to verify the proper amount. A motion to approve the drawdown request with the proper JEO amount was made by Addison and seconded by Bartling. A roll call vote was taken. Addison – yes, Bartling – yes, and Kruse – yes. Motion carried.
The following department reports were given.
PARK/POOL – Councilwoman Addison: Had driven through the parks and everything looked well maintained.
AUDITORIUM/COMPLEX – Councilman Kruse: None
FIRE/AMBULANCE – Councilman Christensen: None
GENERAL – May Peitz: A request to purchase from Arrow Manufacturing for a power load cot
In the amount of $33,800.00 for the ambulance squad was discussed. This purchase was discussed with the Rural Fire Board. Some of the funds will come from the ambulance savings account.
Public Comments. Karma Schulte and Lee Carl, representing the Hartington Chamber, inquired if some electrical work could be done for the upstairs of the city auditorium. An electrician will be contacted to check this out.
The following bills were presented for payment.
GENERAL: Aflac 713.70, Jueden Lawn Service 2,400.00, Keep Nebraska Beautiful 50.00, NE Municipal Power Pool 348.02, Michael Pommer, CPA 800.00, USAble Life 86.00, and Yankton Computer 383.40.
STREET: Bomgaars 47.97, and Source Gas 111.32.
WATER: Bomgaars 11.99, B. Eickhoff 68.59, HHSLab 187.00, and US Post Office 94.00.
SEWER: Source Gas 67.21, and US Post Office 94.00.
SANITATION: Bomgaars 8.97, and US Post Office 94.00.
FIRE: Rural Fire Board – principal 25,000.00, and interest 9,116.25, and Source Gas 16.62.
AMBULANCE: Avera 115.65, EMP 160.55, and Source Gas 16.61.
POOL: Bomgaars 169.99, and Source Gas 32.15.
PARKS: Randy Kathol Construction 2,463.00.
COMPLEX: Bomgaars 11.99, Tri State & Irr. 93.96, and X-Pert Lawn 1,375.00.
LIBRARY: Allen Lammers Construction 365.00, T. Anderson 64.80, D & J 334.98, Hartelco 675.11, Hometown Leasing 44.13, Ingram 928.54, JFJ Disc 97.88, Lakeshore Learning 87.28, Midwest Tape 286.50, NE Library Commission 500.00, Omaha World Herald 122.20, Oriental 164.10, Quill 403.98, Source Gas 31.01, and X-Pert Lawn 1,148.42.
CITY HALL: Patty Guy 90.00, Premier Lawn 132.50, and Source Gas 33.03.
AUDITORIUM: Source Gas 177.19, and Yankton Janitorial 291.40.
ECONOMIC DEV.: Carla Becker 549.90, Cedar County News 529.68, Hartelco 194.88, JEO 3,498.00, Cornhusker-Marriott 107.00, Outdoorsmen 500.00, Post Office 47.00, Wiechelman 185.65.
TRANSFER STATION: Bomgaars 54.96.
A motion to pay the bills was made by Addison and seconded by Kruse. A roll call vote was taken. Addison – yes, Kruse – yes, and Bartling – yes. Motion carried.
A motion to go into executive session at 7:20 P.M. for the protection of the reputation of an individual was made by Addison and seconded by Kruse. A roll call vote was taken. Addison – yes, Kruse – yes, and Bartling – yes. Motion carried.
A motion to come out of executive session at 7:49 P.M. was made by Bartling and seconded by Kruse. A roll call vote was taken. Bartling – yes, Kruse – yes, and Addison – yes. Motion carried.
A motion to adjourn was made by Bartling and seconded by Kruse. A roll call vote was taken. Bartling – yes, Kruse – yes, and Addison – yes. Motion carried. The meeting was adjourned at 7:55 P.M. The next scheduled meeting will be on October 10, 2016.
City Clerk ~ Treasurer
WYNOT PUBLIC SCHOOLS, DISTRICT 14-0101
BOARD OF EDUCATION MINUTES
October 12, 2016
A regular meeting of the Board of Education, Wynot Public Schools, Dist. 101, was called to order by the President, Neal Hochstein, on October 12, 2016 at 6:33 p.m. The public was advised a copy of the Open Meetings Act was available on the table in the Board Room at Wynot Public Schools and that the meeting was properly posted at the following places; Cedar Security Bank lobby in Wynot, Wynot Public School front entrance, and United State Post Office in Wynot. The meeting began with the Pledge of Allegiance. Roll call showed the following board members present: Neal Hochstein, Alison Lange, Kenny Wieseler, Dean Heine, Laurie Schulte and Danny Wieseler. Also present were Superintendent Jeffrey Messersmith, Principal Richard Higgins and Business Manager Nancy Sydow.
Motion by D. Heine and seconded by D. Wieseler to certify the meeting was properly advertised and adopt the agenda. Carried 6-0 MCU
The Principal’s report was presented.
Jim Berg with BVH Architects was unable to attend.
Doug Moser with ReDec Construction updated the board on construction progress with masonry work, windows on old building and new stairway.
The Superintendent’s, and Board Committee reports were presented.
Motion by A. Lange and seconded by L. Schulte to approve the Consent Agenda, items including minutes of the September 15, 2016 Budget Hearing, Lev regular school board meeting and August 29, 2016 regular school board meeting and Budget Hearing & Levy Setting Hearing; the Treasurer’s Report; the General Fund bills in the amount of $209,741.17 which includes payroll, the School Food Fund bills in the amount of $12,999.36 which includes payroll, the Special Building Fund in the amount of $7,884.84 and the Bond Fund in the amount of $91,188.44. Carried 6-0 MCU
GENERAL FUND: Airgas $28.00; Appeara $197.38; Art Kathol Appliance $461.10; Avera Medical $105.00; Avera $634.00; Butch’s Propane $319.60; CCNews $531.41; Certified Testing Services $392.20; Chase $3,747.30; Chesterman’s $49.00; CKPPD $2,194.73; ESU #1 $35.00; Feilmeier Electric $3,089.23; Great Plains Comm. $2,978.57; J.W. Pepper $97.88; Leaf $246.00; Menford Hardware $61.46; Jeff Messersmith $405.00; Mike’s Instrument $35.00; NE Assoc. of School Boards $144.00; NDE Early Childhood $25.00; Olsen Pest Control $72.75; PayFlex $150.00; Peitz GMC $954.07; Ray’s Midbell $98.71; Renneberg Hardwood $1,918.01; Rolfes Mowing Service $160.00; Scholastic $78.65; SupplyWorks $1,348.86; The Lambo Group $3,499.99; Village of Wynot $471.70; Wal-mart $23.50; WPS-Activity Fund $218.00; WPS-Petty Cash $1,691.62; WPS-School Food $316.30; Wynot Oil $2,728.09; MARCO $358.36.
SPECIAL BUILDING FUND: BVH Architects $7,884.84
BOND FUND: RaDec Construction Co. $91,188.44.
Agenda items discussed with no official action taken were:
Negotiations-Set Meeting Date
State of the Schools Report- Tabled next month
Motion by K. Wieseler and seconded by D. Wieseler to approve new policy 509.03 Student and Staff Memorials. Carried 6-0 MCU
Motion by D. Heine and seconded by K. Wieseler to approve new policy 804.01 Computer and Data Security. Carried 6-0 MCU
Motion by L. Schulte and seconded by D. Wieseler to approve new policy 804.01R1 Procedure For Breach of Computerized Personal Information. Carried 6-0 MCU
Motion to approve Inter-local Agreements for the 2016-17 school year. No action taken.
President, Neal Hochstein, adjourned the meeting at 7:47 p.m.
The next regular board meeting has been set for November 15, 2016 at 6:30 p.m.
Kenny Wieseler, Secretary
NOTICE TO BIDDERS
Sealed bids will be received by the Nebraska Department of Roads (NDOR) Operations Division, 5001 So 14th St., Lincoln NE, 68512 until 3:00 P.M. CT on October 21, 2016. Bids will be publicly opened and read for Janitorial Services for Nebraska Department of Roads (NDOR).
An optional attendance pre-proposal conference/facility walk-through will be held at NDOR District 3 Hartington Maintenance/Construction Building #34601, 215 Industrial Road, Hartington, NE on October 18, 2016, 9:00 A.M. CT.
Those interested in bidding on this proposal may obtain a copy of the Short Form Bid Proposal at the NDOR web site at:
If any questions, please send an e-mail to: DOR.OperationsProcurement@nebraska.gov or call (402) 479-4356.
NOTICE OF TRUSTEE’S SALE
For default in the payment of debt secured by a deed of trust executed by Donald D. Bauman and Darnell M. Bauman, dated May 21, 2007, and recorded on June 1, 2007, in Book No. 256, at Page 249 in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds, Cedar County, Nebraska, the undersigned Successor Trustee will on November 1, 2016, at 10:00 AM, at the front door of the Cedar County, Courthouse, Hartington, Nebraska, sell at public vendue to the highest bidder for cash:
The following described real estate (as defined in Nebr.Rev. Stat76,201): A 6.28 Acre tract located in the Southeast Quarter (SE1/4) of Section Eight (8), Township Thirty-one North (31 N), Range One (1), West of the 6th P.M., Cedar County, Nebraska, described as follows: Beginning at the Southeast Corner of said Southeast Quarter (SE1/4) of Section Eight (8), then West along the Section Line a distance of 70 feet; thence North a distance of 1,512 feet; thence west a distance of 365 feet; Thence North a distance of 168 feet; thence East a distance of 290 feet; thence North a distance of 625 feet; thence East to the East boundary line of said Section Eight (8); thence South along the section line to the point of beginning, subject to easements of record, and specifically an easement of record for ingress and egress to the owners of the balance of said Southeast Quarter (SE1/4) of said section Eight (8)., commonly known as 88651 554 Avenue, Crofton, NE, 68730
subject to all prior easements, restrictions, reservations, covenants and encumbrances now of record, if any, to satisfy the debt and costs.
Edward E. Brink,
September 21, 2016
Pursuant to the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, 15 U.S.C. §1692c(b), no information concerning the collection of this debt may be given without the prior consent of the consumer given directly to the debt collector or the express permission of a court of competent jurisdiction. The debt collector is attempting to collect a debt and any information obtained will be used for that purpose (No. 192687). For more information, visit www.Southlaw.com
1. The name of the limited liability company shall be J & M Becker, LLC.
2. The initial designated office of the limited liability company shall be PO Box 24, 56460 895th Rd., St. Helena NE 68774.
3. The initial agent for service of process of the company shall be Shirley Zimmerman and the address shall be PO Box 24, 56460 895th Rd., St. Helena NE 68774.
Dated this 10th day of October, 2016.