Published On: Wed, Aug 24th, 2016

Cedar County News Public Notices 8.24.16

ORDINANCE NO. 843
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF HARTINGTON, NEBRASKA, AMENDING CURRENT ORDINANCES §6-112, §6-207, §6-210 §6-303, §6-336, AND §6-403 TO CHANGE THE WATER, SEWER AND GARBAGE SERVICE RATES AND CHARGES TO BE ESTABLISHED BY RESOLUTION AND TO CHANGE WATER, SEWER AND GARBAGE BILLING FROM QUARTERLY TO MONTHLY; AND REPEALING ALL OTHER ORDINANCES OR PARTS OF ORDINANCES THAT CONFLICT HEREWITH; AND PROVIDING A TIME WHEN THIS ORDINANCE SHALL BE IN FULL FORCE AND EFFECT.
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE MAYOR AND COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF HARTINGTON, NEBRASKA:
§6-112 RATES AND CHARGES
The rates and charges for water services shall be established from time to time by the Mayor and City Council by resolution, and shall be on file in the office of the City Clerk.
§ 6-207 REPAIRS.
Repairs to the service pipe and supply pipe from the main to the premises served shall be made by and at the expense of the customer. All other repairs to the property of the Water Department, including the meter, shall be made by the City. All water meters shall be kept in repair by the City at the expense of the City. When meters are worn out, they shall
be replaced and reset by the City at the expense of the City; provided, that if the customer permits or allows a water meter to be damaged, injured, or destroyed through his own recklessness, carelessness, or neglect so that the meter must be repaired or replaced, the Utilities Superintendent shall bill and collect from the customer the cost of such meter repair or replacement in the same manner as water rent is collected. Permitting a water meter to be damaged or destroyed by freezing shall always be considered negligence on the part of the customer. All meters shall be tested at the customer’s request at the expense of the customer any reasonable number of times; provided, that if the test shows the water meter to be running two percent (2%) or more fast, the expense of such test shall be borne by the City. The City reserves the right to test any water service meter at any time, and if said meter is found to be beyond repair, the City shall always have the right to place a new meter on the customer’s water service fixtures at the City’s expense. Should a consumer’s meter fail to register properly, the customer shall be charged for water during the time the meter is out of repair on the basis of the monthly consumption during the same month of the preceding year; provided, that if no such basis for comparison exists, the customer shall be charged such amount as may be reasonably fixed by the City Council.
§ 6-210 WATER BILLS; DELINQUENT BILLS; RECONNECT.
Water bills shall be due and payable monthly at the office of the City Clerk. Bills shall be sent on the first (1st) day of the month and shall be payable by the tenth (10th) day of each month. Bills not paid by the 15th (fifteenth) day of each month shall be deemed to be delinquent, and shall be assessed a Twenty-Five Dollar ($25.00) late payment fee. The City Clerk shall assess an additional fee of Fifty Dollars ($50.00) in the event that water is shut off for the nonpayment of any water bill, to compensate the City for the additional reconnection necessary to again provide water service to the delinquent customer. (Neb. RS 17-542)
§ 6-303 SEWER BILLS; DELINQUENT BILLS.
Sewer bills shall be due and payable monthly on the same dates as water bills are subject to the same late fees as specified for water bills in § 6-210.
§ 6-336 SEWER RATES.
(1) The rates and charges for sewer services shall be established from time to time by the Mayor and City Council by resolution, and shall be on file in the office of the City Clerk.
The consumer’s rate, if located outside of the corporate limits of the City, will be one and one-half times what the rate would be if the consumer was located within the corporate limits of the City.
(a)     The funds collected from the Operation, Maintenance and Replacement rate shall be used only for operation, maintenance and replacement of the wastewater treatment facilities. Any amounts left in this fund at the end of a fiscal year must be carried over in this fund. The Operation, Maintenance and Replacement shall be reviewed annually for adequacy and adjustment made, if necessary. Any transfers made to or from the Operation, Maintenance and Replacement fund must be replaced to the proper fund allowing appropriate adjustment of the Operation, Maintenance and Replacement Use Rate.
(2) The City shall have the right to increase the rate when it is determined that the strength of a consumer’s wastewater is significantly greater than other consumers. The City may require any consumer, at their expense, to provide flow measurement and sample analysis of their wastewater. All such surcharges shall be arrived at by establishing a base rate per pound for Biochemical Oxygen Demand and Suspended Solids and comparing the consumers’ wastewater strength and volume to the base rate.
(3) Where in the judgment of the City Council, the application of the use charges would not be proportional when compared to all other consumers, the City may adjust said consumers rate provided said consumer provides information, satisfactory to the City, such that the consumers proportional use of the sewerage system can be determined. It shall be the consumers’ responsibility to provide to the City a satisfactory means of measuring wastewater flows and obtaining representative samples of wastewater from the consumer.
(4) Consumers of the sanitary sewerage system having a private water supply which is discharged into the sanitary sewerage system shall be charged at the same rate as all other consumers.
(5) If for any reason, any of the rates of any user should be invalid or unenforceable the City shall be entitled to receive and collect from such user a reasonable rate or charge for the use of its sanitary sewerage system, the same to be collected in an action of law.
(6) The Mayor and the City Council find and determine that the sewer use charges established by this section are just and equitable rates and charges to be paid to the City for the use of such sanitary sewerage system by each person, firm or corporation whose premises are served thereby.
§ 6-403 GARBAGE SERVICE: RATES.
The rates and charges for garbage services shall be established from time to time by the Mayor and City Council by resolution, and shall be on file in the office of the City Clerk.
Garbage bills shall be due and payable on the same dates as water bills, and are subject to the same late fees as specified for water bills in § 6-210.
The City shall be the only collection service for garbage from all residential and commercial premises in the City.
This Ordinance shall take effect upon its passage and approval and publication as required by law.
PASSED and APPROVED this 22nd day of August, 2016.
CITY OF HARTINGTON, NEBRASKA
By: BRAD PEITZ, Mayor
ATTEST:
CRYSTAL LENZEN, City Clerk
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VILLAGE OF FORDYCE
Board of Trustees
Minutes
Regular Meeting
August 15, 2016
7:30 p.m.
Dan Thoene called the meeting to order. Present were board members, Charles Kramer, Tom Pinkelman, Doug Stevens and Roger Becker. Also present were Jerry Pollard, Village Attorney, Joe Hunhoff, Village Accountant, Kris Kathol, and Diane Limoges, Village Clerk.
Charles Kramer made a motion to accept the minutes of the July 18 Regular Meeting. Doug Stevens seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Charles Kramer made a motion to accept the minutes of the August 1 Special Meeting. Tom Pinkelman seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Tom Pinkelman made a motion to accept the Treasures Report. Doug Stevens seconded the motion. Motion carried.
The following claims were submitted for payment: Arts Garbage Service, $1203.40, Cedar County News, $25.84, Cedar Knox Public Power, $803.32, Cedar Knox Rural Water Project, $2438.00, Great Plains Comm., $76.25, Keiser Ag & Irrigation LLC, $130.00, League of Municipality, $210.00, NE Public Health Environmental Lab., $30.00, Peitz GMC Service, $10.30, Pollard, Jerry, Atty., $75.00, Thoene, Dan, $25.47, Wiebelhaus Service, $41.00, Limoges, Diane, $539.28, Wubben, David, $177.70.
Charles Kramer made a motion to accept the claims as submitted. Doug Stevens seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Joe Hunhoff and the board went over figures in preparation for the upcoming 2016/17 Budget. The Budget meeting has been set for September 19, @ 7:00 p.m.
Kris Kathol was present to go over what was needed to finalize the land purchase.
Charles Kramer made a motion to adjourn. Tom Pinkelman seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Meeting adjourned @ 8:50
Diane Limoges/
Village Clerk
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VILLAGE OF WYNOT
MINUTES
WEDNESDAY, July 13, 2016, 7:00 P.M.
The regular monthly meeting of the Village Board of Wynot was called to order at the Wynot Town Hall on Wednesday, July 13, 2016, at 7:00 P.M. by Chairperson John Eskins, Jr. Notice of the meeting was posted in three (3) public places on Friday, July 1, at 11:00 A.M., namely the Wynot Town Hall, Wynot Post Office, and the Cedar Security Bank. Roll call indicated members present: Ron Rolfes, Kathy Kovomme Promes, Charles Jones, Maurice Ketter, and John Eskins, Jr. Also present was: Rose Rolfes, Village Clerk/Treasurer and David Koch, Maintenance. Charles Jones made a motion to approve the Consent Agenda including the following: Minutes of the Village of Wynot June/July. 2016, Regular Meeting; and the Claims attached hereto. Ron Rolfes seconded the motion; motion carried.
Claudia & Greg Hite
Claudia and Greg Hite attended the meeting to discuss sewer line to their building project.
Heather Heimes
Heather Heimes reported on construction of bathroom and concession stand at the little league field. Financial reports were handed out.
Eskins Mileage
Ron Rolfes made a motion to approve John Eskins mileage report. Kathy Promes seconded it. Motion carried
Appreciation Night
Board decided to hold annual appreciation night. Sept. 10.
Website/Post Office
Charles Jones made a motion to approve $25 for the Post Office to be on our website. Maurice Ketter seconded it.
Wages
Charles Jones made a motion to give Rose and Dave a 25 cent raise Maurice Ketter seconded it. Motion carried.
Adjourn Meeting
Charles Jones made a motion to adjourn meeting at 8:50 p.m. Ron Rolfes seconded it. Motion carried.
Respectfully submitted by:
Rose Rolfes
Village Clerk/Treasurer
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VILLAGE OF WYNOT
MINUTES
WEDNESDAY, Aug. 10, 2016, 7:00 P.M.
The regular monthly meeting of the Village Board of Wynot was called to order at the Wynot Town Hall on Wednesday, Aug. 1, 2016, at 7:00 p.m. by Chairperson John Eskins Jr. Notice of the meeting was posted in three (3) public places on Wed, July 20, 2016, namely the Wynot Town Hall, Wynot Post Office, and the Cedar Security Bank. Roll call indicated members present: John Eskins, Charles Jones, Ron Rolfes, Kathy Promes and Maurice Ketter. Also present were Rose Rolfes, Village Clerk/Treasurer and Dave Koch/Maintenance. Charles Jones made a motion to approve the Consent Agenda including the following: Minutes of the Aug. 11, 2016, Regular Village Board Meeting; Village of Wynot’s Treasurer’s Report for July/Aug. 2016; and the Claims attached hereto, Ronald Rolfes seconded the motion. Motion Carried.
Also present were Mr. Jeff Messersmith, Greg Hite, Shane Leise, Michael Kluge, Steve Wieseler and Terry Pinkelman
WPS Parking
Mr. Jeff Messesmith, WPS Superintendent was present to discuss parking for the upcoming school year and problems that may come up during the construction process. Motion by Charles Jones and seconded by Maurice Ketter to accept new temporary parking regulations. Motion carried.
Michael Klug
Michael Klug was present to discuss sewer system from the school to his house.
Building Permits
Charles Jones made a motion to approve the following building permits. Kathy Promes seconded it. Motion carried,
Wynot Public School
Perry Schurman
Jacqueline Boyer
Terry Pinkelman
Mike Steffen
Shane Leise
Shane Leise, representative of the WYNOT EMTs, was present to discuss paying the EMT classes for several people. Charles Jones made a motion to agree to pay for the classes, Ron Rolfes seconded it. Motion carried.
Payroll Ordinance
Ron Rolfes made a motion to approve the payroll ordinance for 2016. Kathy Promes seconded it. Motion carried.
ORDINANCE NO. 15-002
AN ORDINANCE TO ESTABLISH THE SALARIES FOR VILLAGE OFFICIALS AND EMPLOYEE AND TO REPEAL ALL ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT HEREWITH.
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CHAIR PERSON AND BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE VILLAGE OF WYNOT, NEBRASKA:
Section 1. That the salaried, wages and remuneration of the following Village officials and employees be set and established at the indicated rates:
Village Trustee – Chair Person: $75 per regular meeting; $75.00 per special meeting; $40 per ½ day meeting; and $80.00 per day meeting.
Trustees: $50.00 per regular meeting; $50.00 per special meeting; $40.00 per ½ day meeting; and $80.00 per all day meeting.
Village Clerk/Treasurer – $13.75 per hour; plus $50.00 per regular meeting; $50 per special meeting; $40 per ½ day meeting; and $80.00 per all day meeting.
Village Maintenance – $17.05 per hour per 40 hour week. Health insurance; plus $50.00 per regular meeting; $50.00 per special meeting; $40 per ½ day meeting; and $80.0 per all day meeting.
Ten days vacation – reaching the 20 hour maximum of twenty (20) days per year in the fiscal year 2016-2017, No overtime or comp time.
Part-time Help – Minimum Wage of $9.00 per hour, no overtime.
Section 2. That this ordinance shall take effect and be in full force from and after its passage, approval, and publication or posting according to law.
Section 3. That all other ordinances or sections thereof in conflict herewith are hereby repealed.
John Eskins
Chairperson or the Board of Trustees
ATTEST:
Rose Rolfes
Village Clerk/Treasurer
Effective Aug.10, 2016
Ordinance
Ron Rolfes made a motion to adjourn at 9:15 p.m. Kathy Promes seconded the motion; motion carried.
Respectfully Submitted By:
Rose M. Rolfes,
Village Clerk/Treasurer
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WYNOT PUBLIC SCHOOLS, DISTRICT 14-0101
BOARD OF EDUCATION
REGULAR MEETING
MINUTES
August 15, 2016
A regular meeting of the Board of Education, Wynot Public Schools, Dist. 101, was called to order by the President, Neal Hochstein, on August 15, 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, Laurie Schulte, Dean Heine, and Danny Wieseler. Also present were Superintendent Jeffrey Messersmith and Business Manager Nancy Sydow.
Motion by K. Wieseler and seconded by A. Lange to certify the meeting was properly advertised and adopt the agenda as presented. Carried 6-0 MCU
Jay Spearman with Ameritas finalized the bond amount, interest, bond payment schedule and the bond purchase agreement.
Move to Action Item A:
Motion by D. Wieseler and seconded by D. Heine to approve action authorizing the issuance of the Districts Series 2016 General Obligation Building Bonds as presented. Carried 6-0 MCU
Jim Berg with BVH Architects and Ed Bottolfsen & Doug Moser with ReDec Construction presented construction issues: Pick color of exterior bricks, Moving a door from north side to east side, a smaller window option and classroom door option.
The Superintendent’s and Board Committee reports were presented.
Motion by L. Schulte and seconded by D. Wieseler to approve the Consent Agenda, items including minutes of the July 12, 2016 Special Hearings & July 12, 2016 regular meeting of the board with the following changes: the minutes sent to the Cedar County News last month were correct, the date however should be July 12, 2016 not June 12, 2016; the Treasurer’s Report; the General Fund bills in the amount of $382,732.18 which includes payroll, the School Food Fund bills in the amount of $11,323.41 which includes payroll. Carried 6-0 MCU
GENERAL FUND: Master’s Transportation $60,000.00; Airgas $28.76; Avera $25.00; Bullseye Sprinkler $19,624.00; Butch’s Propane $172.00; Carhart Lumber $107.44; CCNews $314.96; Cedar County Clerk $2,182.97; Chase $7,291.97; Chesterman’s $23.50; Cedar-Knox PPD $1,578.32; Feilmeier Electric $7,499.00; Folkers Bros Garage $865.09; Fordyce Coop $1,429.09; Frey Scientific $50.13; Gary Backhaus Gravel $97.07; Higgins Construction $2,178.25; J.W. Pepper $370.69; KBS School Law $200.00; Kruse Hardware $79.42; Leaf $246.00; MARCO Technologies $934.20; MARCO Inc. $337.64; Menford Hardware $196.39; Jeff Messersmith $311.04; Mike’s Band Instrument $60.00; MNJ Technologies $1,869.04; NASP $635.00; NCSA $520.00; NE Safety Center $150.00; Olsen Pest Control $72.75; PayFlex $100.00; Pearson Education $85.57; Perma-Bound $25.49; Quill $2,617.03; Rodeway Inn & Suites $209.00; Rolfes Mowing $160.00; Scholastic Inc. $495.33; Share Corporation $300.06; SupplyWorks $166.07; Nancy Sydow $286.20; The Lambo Group $852.43; Village of Wynot $276.84; Wynot Oil $170.85; WPS-Depreciation Fund $120,000.00.
Agenda items discussed with no official action taken were:
Amend the 2015-16 Budget-Depreciation Fund
Review 2016-17 Bus Routes
Nebraska Department of Education Accreditation
Action Item A. Taken care of earlier in the meeting.
Motion by D. Wieseler and seconded by A. Lange to approve Board Policies 201.02 Board Membership-Elections & Appointments & 201.06 Vacancies. Carried 6-0 MCU
Motion by D. Heine and seconded by L. Schulte to approve the Resolution of the Wynot Public School District Adopting the Cedar County and Dixon Counties Multi-Jurisdictional Hazard Mitigation Plan. Carried 6-0 MCU
Motion by A. Lange and seconded by K. Wieseler to approve the transfer from the General Fund to the Depreciation Fund in the amount of $120,000.00 for building repairs, maintenance and transportation expenditures. Carried 6-0 MCU
Motion by D. Wieseler and seconded by A. Lange to approve the Wynot Education Association as the sole collective bargaining agent for the 2016-17 contract year. Carried 6-0 MCU
Motion by D. Heine and seconded by D. Wieseler to approve the bid from McKinnis Roofing & Sheet Metal to repair damages from the June 18, 2016 storm. Carried 6-0 MCU
Motion by D. Wieseler and seconded by L. Schulte to appoint Alison Lange as the Legislative Relations Network Member. Carried 6-0 MCU
Motion by A. Lange and seconded by L. Schulte approve Dana F. Cole for our 2015-16 Audit & Financial Statements. Carried 6-0 MCU
President, Neal Hochstein, adjourned the meeting at 8:35 p.m.
Hearing to Amend the 2015-16 Budget & Special Meeting on Sept. 29, 2016 at 6:30 p.m.
The next regular board meeting has been set for September 15, 2016 at 6:30 p.m.
Respectfully submitted,
Kenny Wieseler, Secretary
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STATE OF NEBRASKA
DEPARTMENT OF NATUAL RESOURCES
NOTICE OF ORDER ADOPTING AND THE LEWIS AND CLARK NATURAL RESOURCES DISTRICT VOLUNTARY INTEGRATED MANAGEMENT PLAN AND THE ASSOCIATED SURFACE WATER CONTROL
In accordance with Neb. Rev. Stat. § 46-744, notice is hereby given that the Nebraska Department of Natural Resources (Department) on August 1, 2016, issued an order adopting the voluntary Integrated Management Plan (IMP) jointly developed by the Department and Lewis and Clark Natural Resources District (District) along with the associated surface water control contained within the IMP. The order will be effective September 5, 2016.
The surface water control is as follows: The Department will require education requirements for new industrial and agricultural surface water permits.
The full text of the IMP and associated surface water control are available on the Department’s website at http://dnr.nebraska.gov or by submitting a request to the Department, 301 Centennial Mall, South, P.O. Box 94676, Lincoln, Nebraska 68509-4676, (402) 471-2363, or at the Lewis and Clark NRD office, 608 North Robinson Avenue, P.O. Box 518, Hartington, Nebraska 68739-0518, (402) 254-6758.
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LEWIS AND CLARK
NATURAL RESOURCES
NOTICE OF ORDER ADOPTING AND THE LEWIS AND CLARK NATURAL RESOURCES DISTRICT VOLUNTARY INTEGRATED MANAGEMENT PLAN AND THE ASSOCIATED GROUND WATER CONTROL
In accordance with Neb. Rev. Stat. § 46-744, notice is hereby given that the Lewis and Clark Natural Resources District (District) on July 28, 2016, issued an order adopting the voluntary Integrated Management Plan (IMP) jointly developed by the District and the Nebraska Department of Natural Resources (Department) along with the associated ground water control contained within the IMP. The order will be effective September 5, 2016.
The ground water control is as follows: The District will mandate education requirements for new industrial and agricultural ground water permits.
The full text of the IMP and associated ground water control are available on the District’s website at http://www.lcnrd.org by submitting a request to the District, 608 North Robinson Avenue, P.O. Box 518, Hartington, Nebraska 68739, (402) 254-6758, or at the Nebraska Department of Natural Resources, 301 Centennial Mall, South, P.O. Box 94676, Lincoln, Nebraska 68509-4675, (402) 471-2363.
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LEWIS AND CLARK
NATURAL RESOURCES
NOTICE OF ORDER ADOPTING AMENDMENTS TO THE LEWIS AND CLARK NATURAL RESOURCES DISTRICT EROSION AND SEDIMENT CONTROL PROGRAM RULES AND REGULATIONS
Notice is hereby given that the Lewis and Clark Natural Resources District (District) on July 28, 2016, issued an order adopting the Erosion and Sediment Control Program Rules and Regulations (ESCA) as amended by the District and will be effective September 5, 2016. The amendments include the following: ephemeral gully erosion and degradation of water quality due to chemical damage is considered in the determination of soil loss, and 90% cost share assistance to violators is no longer a required component of the program.
PURSUANT TO THE AUTHORITY GRANTED IN THE NEBRASKA EROSION AND SEDIMENT CONTROL ACT 2-4601 TO 2-4613, IT IS HERBY ORDERED BY THE LCNRD:
1.    That the proposed amendments to the Erosion and Sediment Control Program Rules and Regulations be adopted and shall be implemented by the LCNRD.
2.    This Order shall become effective September 5, 2016.
The full text of the Erosion and Sediment Control Program Rules and Regulations are available on the District’s website at http://www.lcnrd.org or by submitting a request to the District, 608 North Robinson Avenue, P.O. Box 518, Hartington, Nebraska 68739, (402) 254-6758.
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LEWIS AND CLARK
NATURAL RESOURCES
NOTICE OF ORDER ADOPTING RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR CONDUCT OF FORMAL PUBLIC HEARINGS, FOR CONDUCT OF INFORMAL, NON-ADJUDICATORY PUBLIC HEARINGS AND FOR RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR ENFORCEMENT
Notice is hereby given that the Lewis and Clark Natural Resources District (District) on July 28, 2016, issued an order adopting the Rules and Regulations for Conduct of Formal Public Hearings, for Conduct of Informal, Non-Adjudicatory Public Hearings and for Rules and Regulations for Enforcement by the District and will be effective September 5, 2016.
PURSUANT TO THE AUTHORITY GRANTED IN Neb. Rev. Stat. § 2-3228, IT IS HERBY ORDERED BY THE LCNRD:
1.    That the proposed Rules and Regulations for Conduct of Formal Public Hearings be adopted and shall be implemented by the LCNRD.
2.    That the proposed Rules and Regulations for Conduct of Informal, Non-Adjudicatory Public Hearings be adopted and shall be implemented by the LCNRD.
3.    That the proposed Rules and Regulations for Enforcement be adopted and shall be implemented by the LCNRD.
4.    This Order shall become effective September 5, 2016.
The full text of the Erosion and Sediment Control Program Rules and Regulations are available on the District’s website at http://www.lcnrd.org or by submitting a request to the District, 608 North Robinson Avenue, P.O. Box 518, Hartington, Nebraska 68739, (402) 254-6758.
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NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF CEDAR COUNTY, NEBRASKA
Estate of Alfred T. Burbach, Deceased
Estate No. PRE15-5
Notice is hereby given that a Final Account and Report of Administration, a Petition for Complete Settlement, Probate of Will, Determination of Heirs, and Determination of Inheritance Tax have been filed and are set for hearing in the County Court of Cedar County, Nebraska, located at Hartington, Nebraska, on August 31, at or after 8:30 o’clock A.M.
Jedediah W. Burbach,
Personal Representative/Petitioner
By: Keelan Holloway
Attorney at Law #24681
108 Oak Street
Laurel, Nebraska 68745
Tele: (402) 256-3219
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NOTICE
OF
ORGANIZATION
1. NOTICE OF ORGANIZATION OF CENTER POINT CROP INSURANCE, L.L.C.
2. Registered Office: 88653 Hwy. 81, Fordyce, NE 68736
3. General nature of the business to be transacted is to engage in any and all lawful business for which a limited liability company may be organized under the laws of the State of Nebraska.
4. Time of commencement and termination: February 25, 2016, and has a perpetual existence.
5. The affairs of the Limited Liability Company are to be conducted by the members.
Amy M. Eisenhauer
Attorney for Center Point Crop Insurance, LLC
P.O. Box 707, 201 North Broadway
Bloomfield, NE 68718
Bar I.D. # 23605
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