Published On: Wed, Nov 18th, 2015

Laurel Advocate Public Notices 11.18.15

MEETING NOTICE

Community Redevelopment Authority of the City of Laurel, Nebraska

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that a meeting of the Community Redevelopment Authority of the City of Laurel, Nebraska, will be held on Tuesday, December 1st, 2015 at 7:00 P.M. in the Council Chambers, 101 W 2nd St., Laurel, Nebraska, which meeting will be open to the public.   A current agenda for such meeting is available for public inspection at the office of the Economic Development Coordinator during normal business hours.  

Lucas R. Virgil

Economic Development Coordinator

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MEETING NOTICE

The Cedar County Board of Commissioners will meet at 8:30 a.m., Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2015, in the Commissioners’ Room in the Cedar County Courthouse.

Agenda is available in the County Clerk’s office.

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CITY OF LAUREL 

MEETING MINUTES

November 9, 2015

Mayor Mark Patefield called the Council meeting to order at 5:58 P.M.  Roll Call:  Knudsen, Garber, Johnson.  Administrator Mark McCoy, Clerk Carlson and Attorney Holloway were also present.  Guests:  Lori Hansen, Deanna Anderson, Larry Cross, Emily Patefield.         

The Open Meetings act was posted and acknowledged.  Notice of the meeting was published in the Laurel Advocate and posted in three public places.  The agenda was on file at the Clerk’s office and kept continually current.  Advance notice of the agenda & meeting were given to the Mayor & Council.

Garber made a motion, Johnson second to approve the October Council minutes.  Roll Call Vote: Aye – Garber, Johnson, Knudsen.  Motion carried.

Knudsen made a motion, Johnson second to approve the October Claims as presented.  

GENERAL: Payroll 4831.53; EFTPS 1325.68; NE Dept of Rev 132.54; Leaf 101.95; AFLAC 59.40; United Healthcare 3016.88; Cornhusker Press 63.44; Electric 28.41; N.E. NE Ins 5231.75; Principal Financial Group 94.50; Business Card 194.49; V. Carlson 64.40; L. Hansen 64.40; J. Macklin 9.00; Aramark 148.40; NE Municipal Clerk’s Assoc 25.00

PUBLIC WORKS: Payroll 12198.13; EFTPS 4107.36; NE Dept of Rev 7334.88; AFLAC 139.44; United Healthcare 4027.53; Electric Rev. Bond (2015) 4750.00; Builders Resource 73.47; CKPPD 58190.01; Dept. of Energy 7234.21; Electric 2656.38; Kardell’s Auto 88.49; Laurel True Value 104.63; Midwest Lab 249.40; N.E. NE Ins 25482.24; Principal Financial Group 304.78; Utility Equip 500.48; Security Bank 1916.67; G. Pico 83.92; Beiermann Electric 556.00; Business Card 21.84; Hansen Brothers Parts & Service 151.03; Source Gas 908.84; Harry Ferris Co 63.00; Kriz Davis Co 2937.11;  Laurel Welding 60.26; Mason Tins 19.60; Midwest Tire Tanks 181.83; Municipal Supply 671.93; NE Public Health 33.00; Rath’s Mini Mart 544.03; Sanitation Products Inc 110.75; Schmader Electric Const 10144.40; Sooland Bobcat 750.00; Steffen Inc 290.00; Timothy P. Hansen/RVOC Trust 948.99; Aramark 1017.64; Cedar Co. Road Dept 1340.40; Gary’s Foodtown 66.75; Grossenburg Impl 56.75; JEO 82.50; Knife River 1081.35; Mainelli/Wagner 1788.85; U.S. Cell 60.27; UPS 7.05; J. Donner 740.00; L.J. Mallatt 822.50

PUBLIC HEALTH & SAFETY: Payroll 7863.29; EFTPS 2416.78; NE Dept of Rev 322.95; AFLAC 175.80; United Healthcare 1104.14; EMS Billing 188.04; Electric 49.85; L.P. Gill 1480.36; Laurel True Value 13.99; N.E. NE Ins 13291.56; Principal Financial Group 94.50; Verizon 105.94; Citizen’s State Bank 1020.85; Rath’s Mini Mart 126.80; Aramark 204.96; Security Bank 7650.00; U.S. Cell 60.26

CULTURAL & RECREATION: EFTPS 177.86; NE Dept of Rev 10.71; Burns Welding 91.48; Electric 54.60; Laurel True Value 24.22; N.E. NE Ins 3980.80; C. Brummels 58.55; Business Card 21.58; Source Gas 27.27; Laurel Welding 76.26; Rath’s Mini Mart 219.13; T. Stone 142.50; Gary’s Foodtown 2.64; Y&Y Lawn Service 1250.00

PUBLIC BUILDINGS:  Payroll 104.10; EFTPS 45.46; NE Dept of Rev 2.48; Electric 137.75; N.E. NE Ins 1932.65; Source Gas 49.48; Gary’s Foodtown 10.76

PHYSICAL THERAPY CLINIC: CKPPD 1000.00; Security Bank 1500.00

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT: Payroll 3098.77; EFTPS 942.85; NE Dept of Rev 122.30; A. Monson 55.04; NE Dev. Network – NE 50.00; Principal Financial Group 63.00; Business Card 9.38; J. Macklin 9.00; Asq Promotional Products 994.13

Roll Call Vote: Aye – Garber, Johnson, Knudsen.   Motion carried.

Mayor Patefield appointed Mark Koch as a Council member as a replacement for Jason Swanson who resigned last month.  Knudsen made a motion, Garber second to accept the appointment of Mark Koch as the new Council member.  Roll Call Vote: Aye – Johnson, Knudsen, Garber.  Motion carried.  Attorney Holloway administered the Oath of Office to Mark Koch.  

Heath Johnson (PK-4 Principal) from LCC approached the Council about the possibility of installing gates/locked during school hours as a safety measure which would limit access to the LCC elementary school playground. This would not allow for use of part of the walking trail during this time.  Reasons Johnson gave were 1) located on Hwy 20 and it is open to people who drive by and also easy access for students who wish to leave school without permission.  2) Located near a motel 3) Gives unlimited access for parents who don’t have parental rights.  Possible solutions he presented: 1) Install gates and lock them from 8-4 every school day  2) Install gates and lock them from 11-4 every school day or 3) Install gates and lock them from 11-3 every school day. Due to the fact that the City received the Safe Routes to School grant to put in the walking trail, the City may be limited in what they can do.  The City and LCC will look into options that benefit both parties.  Public comment is welcomed.

Roger Protzmann with JEO Consulting Group, Inc. reviewed a proposed timeline for a new lift station where the design, bid letting and construction could happen in the next 12-18 months.  His rate analysis was also reviewed with the Council.  His recommendation was raising sewer rates $3-$4 dollars per customer just to make the sewer department break even.  The Council would need to decide between a Screen or a Comminuter/Grinder.  His recommendation was a screen.  An updated cost opinion will need to be developed and the Council will need to determine financing options.  The City could self finance and move to the design step or use the Clean Water State Revolving Fund (3-4 months) which has more stipulations.  There would be a 10.14% loan forgiveness with the estimated cost somewhere around $300,000. Protzmann will bring back his proposals next month from the CWSR Fund and from a commercial lender.

Melissa Graham approached the Council about giving approval to permit alcohol beverages in the City Auditorium for Q125 events.  The first event would be a Trivia Night in January.  Keith Knudsen has visited with Regg Pehrson about insurance liability.  Each group that uses the auditorium would have to have their own liability insurance and name the City as additional payee on policy.  He has reviewed other City policies and several have added security requirements (paid by the renter) and increased the Deposit amount required for the use of the auditorium due to potential damage.  If the Council would allow this, the process would be set allowing others to have alcohol on the premises as long as all the requirements are met. The Council encourages public input or contact Adm. McCoy with comments.

Heather Eagle reported for Hillcrest Care Center.  There are 27 in the Nursing Home and 8 in the Assisted Living.  They had a loss of $14031.72 for the month.   36 total beds are available. 

Hillcrest Colonial Manor’s report was included in the Council Packets.   

Officer Ron Lundahl reported for the Laurel Police Department.  The October Monthly Summary is as follows:  3 Fix it ticket, 1 citation, 10 warning, 3 parking ticket, 2 motorist assist, 4 outside assist, 19 school traffic,  5 citizen complaint, 1 funeral traffic, 2 ambulance assist,  230 building checks, 1 nuisance vehicle, 1 arrest, 1 disturbance, 1 traffic complaint.  The police car traveled 574 miles.   Lundahl wanted to thank officer McKillip for working the afternoons and evenings and the Cedar Co. Sheriff’s office for covering the mornings until 2-3 o’clock in the afternoon during harvest time.  

Luke Virgil reported for Ec. Development.  A BIG thank you to everyone who donated or helped with the welcome packets! Laurel’s “Night of Lights” will be Thursday Dec. 3rd.  The Christmas Coffee’s will begin right after Thanksgiving and run until Christmas.  Virgil also testified at the Legislative Hearing for the Urban Affairs Committee regarding the TIF process.  

Kevin Nordby reported for the CRA.  The CRA has started the process to enter into a purchase agreement with CPS, Inc. in order to buy back Lot 1R for $25,000 and place a restrictive covenant on the property.    

Emily Patefield reported for the Library Board.  She thanked the Council for their support.  The Library Board is giving a $500 scholarship to a LCC student to build their website.  The Friday After School program has 25-55 kids in attendance.  The Library would like to move to a “silver” level in accreditation.  They will apply for the Kreutz Bennett Donor – Advised Fund grant next year. December 1st (9:00 A.M. to 12:00 P.M.) they will host their Christmas Coffee along with Friends of the Library.     

No report from the Laurel Rescue Squad or Laurel Recreation Board.

Nissen Wine Inc. requested that the City of Laurel give approval to a special designated liquor license for Thursday, December 3, 2015 for the “Night of Lights.” Knudsen made a motion, Johnson second to approve the special designated license for Nissen Wine Inc. on the date of December 3 between the hours of 3:00 P.M. – 10:00 P.M. at 113 E 2nd St. (Missa Sue’s Salon and Spa).  Roll Call Vote: Aye – Knudsen, Koch, Garber, Johnson.  Motion carried.   

Two building permits were reviewed. 1) Mike Meier – 10’x10’ porch replacement and 27’x14’ driveway extension 2) Gary Webster – 8’x12’ storage shed.  Johnson made a motion, Knudsen second to approve the two building permits.  Roll Call Vote: Aye – Koch, Garber, Johnson, Knudsen.  Motion carried.

The Council reviewed Adm. McCoy’s report.  The Drain Basins have been completed. 

At 7:00 P.M., Knudsen made a motion, Johnson second to adjourn.  Roll Call Vote: Aye – Garber, Johnson, Knudsen, Koch.  Motion carried.   

The next scheduled Council meeting will be held Monday, December 14, 2015 @ 6:00 P.M.  

Victoria L Carlson

Laurel City Clerk

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LAUREL-CONCORD-COLERIDGE SCHOOL DISTRICT #54

BOARD OF EDUCATION

Regular Monthly Meeting (MS)

November 10, 2015 6:30 PM

FCS ROOM @ LCC MIDDLE SCHOOL

Attendance Taken at 6:30 PM: 

Present Board Members: Richard Brandow, Robert Colwell, Carol Erwin, Jay Hall, Brian Holcomb, Betty Jo Leapley, Steve Schutte, John Wolfgram

Absent Board Members: Marlin Papenhausen

I. CALL MEETING TO ORDER  

Discussion: The meeting was convened in the Board Meeting Room at Laurel-Concord-Coleridge School, Coleridge, Nebraska. The meeting notice was published in the November 4, 2015 issue of the Coleridge Blade and the Laurel Advocate, posted at the Community Learning Center-Laurel and LCC Middle School-Coleridge, and posted on the school web site. Said notice stated the agenda is readily available for public inspection at the Superintendent’s office during normal business hours. Board members were emailed notice. In addition to board members the following were present: Superintendent Randall Klooz, Elementary Principal Heath Johnson, Middle School Principal T.J. Shiers, and High School Principal Jay Vance. Members of the public were present and welcome. The meeting was duly called to order by President Brandow at 6:30 p.m. Everyone joined in the pledge of allegiance to the flag. Attention was directed to a current copy of the Nebraska Open Meeting Act posted in the room 

II. APPROVAL OF AGENDA AND CHANGES TO AGENDA  

Motion Passed: Motion to approve the agenda as provided passed with a motion by Betty Jo Leapley and a second by John Wolfgram.

Richard Brandow, Yes; Robert Colwell, Yes; Carol Erwin, Yes; Jay Hall, Yes; Brian Holcomb, Yes; Betty Jo Leapley, Yes; Marlin Papenhausen, Absent; Steve Schutte, Yes; John Wolfgram, Yes

III. CONSENT AGENDA  

Motion Passed:  Motion to approve consent agenda items including minutes of the October 12, 2015 Regular Meeting; Treasurer reports; the General Fund bills in the amount of $131,301.80; the Cooperative Fund bill in the amount of $301.00; the projected payroll of $460,330.91; and excuse absent board member passed with a motion by Brian Holcomb and a second by Jay Hall.  

Richard Brandow, Yes; Robert Colwell, Yes; Carol Erwin, Yes; Jay Hall, Yes; Brian Holcomb, Yes; Betty Jo Leapley, Yes; Marlin Papenhausen, Absent; Steve Schutte, Yes; John Wolfgram, Yes

GENERAL FUND

APPEARA, 138.88; ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICES, 99.12; SHANNON ARDUSER, 7.50; AT&T, 131.63; B & B STORAGE, 36.00; BARNHILL PIANO SERVICE, 170.00; BARONE SECURITY SYSTEMS, 163.94; PATTI BEYELER, 662.40; BOMGAARS SUPPLY INC, 190.59; CARDMEMBER SERVICE, 3,094.73; LARRY CARLSON, 77.50; RICHARD CARLSON, 40.25; CEDAR-KNOX PPD, 3,394.12; CELLCOM-HARTINGTON, 110.46; CENTURYLINK, 349.15; CHEMSEARCH, 166.48; CITY OF LAUREL, 5,277.38; CORNER MART, 2,292.67; CORNHUSKER STATE INDUSTRIES, 1,485.00; TOBY CUNNINGHAM, 85.00; NANCY DIRKS, 650.00; EDUCATION SERVICE UNIT ONE, 68,877.52; EDUCATIONAL SERVICE UNIT #1, 105.00; EDUCATIONAL SERVICE UNIT #10, 25.00; JOSEPH ELLIS, 123.30; ESU 7, 400.00; FAITH REGIONAL PHYSICIAN SERVICES, 200.00; FAY’S FURNITURE & FLOOR COVERING, 191.90; VERNEAL GADE, 8.50; GARY’S FOODTOWN, 205.24; GENERAL FUND   PETTY CASH, 205.70; GILL HAULING, INC., 120.00; GROSSENBURG IMPLEMENT, 105.04; H2O 4 U, 141.98; BRUCE & LYNETTE HAISCH, 506.00; HANSEN BROTHERS PARTS & SERVICE, INC., 1,936.46; HANSEN REPAIR INC, 993.69; HARTINGTON TREE, LLC, 2,485.00; HEARTLAND FIRE PROTECTION, INC, 265.20; HEFNER OIL & FEED CO. INC, 1,346.48; HEATH JOHNSON, 150.00; JOSTEN’S, 606.70; KARDELL’S AUTO, 713.50; KEN’S MARKET, 121.66; RANDALL KLOOZ, 608.34; KRUSE TRUE VALUE, 160.42; LACKAS SERVICE, 2,653.83; LAUREL  PLANTATION, 30.00; LAUREL TRUE VALUE, 19.64; MARCO INC, 347.96; MARCO INC, 3,005.95; MATHESON TRI-GAS INC, 195.62; ALEXANDER MCKAMY, 54.50; MIKE’S BAND INSTRUMENT REPAIR, 360.00; MOTION PICTURE LICENSING CORP., 162.72; NEBR COUNCIL OF SCHOOL ADMIN, 250.00; NEBRASKA ASSOCIA SCHOOL BOARDS, 1,784.00; NEBRASKA LINK, 1,604.10; NORFOLK DAILY NEWS, 135.00; NORTHEAST NEBRASKA NEWS COMPANY, 745.08; NORTHEAST NEBRASKA TELEPHONE CO., 528.18; OMAHA WORLD HERALD, 96.20; ONE SOURCE, 178.70; THE PART’S HOUSE, INC, 383.06; PERMA-BOUND BOOKS, 889.26; PERRY, GUTHERY, HAASE & GESSFORD, 3,143.50; PLUMBING & ELECTRIC SERVICE, INC., 4,434.00; PRESTO-X, 43.71; PROVIDENCE MEDICAL CENTER, 1,208.75; QUILL CORPORATION, 181.89; RASMUSSEN MECHANICAL SERVICES INC., 1,572.52; RATH’S MINI MART, 169.48; RAY’S MID-BELL MUSIC, INC, 41.74; RENAISSANCE LEARNING, INC., 223.26; RESERVE ACCOUNT, 400.00; S & S CONSTRUCTION, 993.10; SCHMITT CONSTRUCTION, 130.00; TEDDY SHIERS, 150.00; SOURCEGAS, LLC, 359.63; SOURCEGAS, LLC, 350.00; SPRINT, 129.69; SUPPLYWORKS, 1,502.45; U.S. CELLULAR, 268.39; USPS 68727, 147.00; JAY VANCE, 150.00; VILLAGE OF COLERIDGE, 186.15; WAKEFIELD COMMUNITY SCHOOL, 2,050.00; WEX BANK, 817.31; TOTAL: 131,301.80

COOPERATIVE FUND

MARCO INC, 301.00; TOTAL: 301.00

Discussion: Superintendent Klooz reported that Jon and Carol Milander have given the school $1000 to replace trees planted in memory of David and Kristin Milander.  The trees needed replaced after the summer of 2014. 

IV. PUBLIC COMMENT  

Discussion: Two members of the public submitted Public Comment forms and addressed the board.  Jim Miller commented on a lack of response to concerns he had brought forth.  Michael Kurtzhals commented on his concern about the teachers who were leaving and the use of technology by people at activities. They were thanked for commenting.  

V. INFORMATION AND PROPOSALS  

V.1. PRINCIPALS’ REPORTS  

Discussion: Elementary Principal Johnson, Middle School Principal Shiers, and High Principal Vance presented their reports. The written reports from principals are available at the office of the superintendent. In addition to his written report, Principal/AD Shiers publicly thanked the bus drivers, custodians, office staff, and kitchen staff for their extra efforts to make the activities and events go well.  He shared pictures of the LCC Championships Boards that will be put up in the gym.  The boards show all the state runner-up and championships with the respective school and mascot for Coleridge Bulldogs, Concord Vikings, Laurel-Concord Bears, and LCC Bears.

V.2. SUPERINTENDENT’S REPORT  

Discussion: Superintendent Klooz presented his report. In addition to his written report, he reported that we need more bus drivers and sub drivers.  The floor scrubber needs repaired or replaced.  He will meet with the Transportation, Building, and Grounds Committee to review options for the scrubber. Representatives of the elementary, middle school, and high school student councils, the technology team, and two principals will be visiting the Classroom Showcase at the State Education Conference.  Everyone is invited to Christmas Coffees to be held at the Coleridge building on December 3rd and at the Laurel building on December 18th.  There will be a drawing for a fitness center pass at each coffee.  The written report is available at the office of the superintendent.  

V.3. BOARD COMMITTEE REPORTS  

Discussion: Board members were reminded of the upcoming NASB State Education Conference in November, and the NASB Leadership Conference to be held in December. 

VI. ACTION ITEMS  

VI.1. Consider, discuss and take necessary action with regard to clarifying language in board policy 5003.  

Motion Passed:  Motion to approve changes as presented to clarify the language in Board Policy 5003 passed with a motion by Jay Hall and a second by Robert Colwell.  

Richard Brandow, Yes; Robert Colwell, Yes; Carol Erwin, Yes; Jay Hall, Yes; Brian Holcomb, Yes; Betty Jo Leapley, Yes; Marlin Papenhausen, Absent; Steve Schutte, No; John Wolfgram, No

VI.2. Consider, discuss and take necessary action with regard to decide 8-Man or 11-Man football.  

Motion Passed:  Motion to commit to NSAA to play 8-man football for the 2016-2017 two year cycle passed with a motion by Betty Jo Leapley and a second by Carol Erwin.  

Richard Brandow, Yes; Robert Colwell, Yes; Carol Erwin, Yes; Jay Hall, Yes; Brian Holcomb, Yes; Betty Jo Leapley, Yes; Marlin Papenhausen, Absent; Steve Schutte, Yes; John Wolfgram, Yes

VI.3. Consider, discuss and take necessary action with regard to interactive cart for level III program. 

Motion Passed:  Motion to purchase an interactive cart from Engaging Technologies at $10,194.00 for the Level III program passed with a motion by Carol Erwin and a second by Steve Schutte.  

Richard Brandow, Yes; Robert Colwell, Yes; Carol Erwin, Yes; Jay Hall, Yes; Brian Holcomb, Yes; Betty Jo Leapley, Yes; Marlin Papenhausen, Absent; Steve Schutte, Yes; John Wolfgram, Yes

VI.4. Consider, discuss and take necessary action with regard to employee resignations.  

Motion Passed:  Motion to accept the resignation of Kaitlyn DeHaan and to thank her for her service passed with a motion by Steve Schutte and a second by Betty Jo Leapley.  

Richard Brandow, Yes; Robert Colwell, No; Carol Erwin, Yes; Jay Hall, Yes; Brian Holcomb, Yes; Betty Jo Leapley, Yes; Marlin Papenhausen, Absent; Steve Schutte, Yes; John Wolfgram, Yes

Motion Passed:  Motion to accept the resignation of Natalie Becker passed with a motion by Steve Schutte and a second by John Wolfgram.  

Richard Brandow, No; Robert Colwell, No; Carol Erwin, Yes; Jay Hall, Yes; Brian Holcomb, Yes; Betty Jo Leapley, Yes; Marlin Papenhausen, Absent; Steve Schutte, Yes; John Wolfgram, Yes

Motion Passed:  Motion to thank Natalie Becker for her service passed with a motion by Brian Holcomb and a second by John Wolfgram.  

Richard Brandow, No; Robert Colwell, No; Carol Erwin, Yes; Jay Hall, Yes; Brian Holcomb, Yes; Betty Jo Leapley, Yes; Marlin Papenhausen, Absent; Steve Schutte, Yes; John Wolfgram, Yes

VI.5. Consider, discuss and take necessary action with regard to hiring para for the level III program.  

Motion Passed:  Motion to hire Brittany Bruening for the para position for the level III program passed with a motion by Brian Holcomb and a second by Robert Colwell.  

Richard Brandow, Yes; Robert Colwell, Yes; Carol Erwin, Yes; Jay Hall, Yes; Brian Holcomb, Yes; Betty Jo Leapley, Yes; Marlin Papenhausen, Absent; Steve Schutte, Yes; John Wolfgram, Yes

VII. DISCUSSION ITEMS  

Discussion: No official action was taken on any discussion item. 

VII.1. Discuss 2014-2015 NeSA Results.  

Discussion: The NeSA Results for the District were discussed. As a district, all of our results show a positive trend towards the highest in school history. Superintendent Klooz commended the staff and principals for their efforts in preparing the students and for recognizing their successes.  On behalf of the Board, Brian Holcomb congratulated the students, teachers, and administration for their positive results.  Rich Brandow commented on Aaron Haahr’s placing at the state Cross Country meet.  The administration commented on the excellent Lewis Division Conference Vocal Clinic held at LCC on November 9. Our school had many Honor Choir members. Appreciation was expressed to the LCC Boosters for having the concession stand, the volunteers who worked, and to everyone who donated to the concessions.  Superintendent Klooz commended the students who are preparing the Weekly Growl, a school broadcast that can be found on the school website. 

VIII. ADJOURN  

Discussion: Meeting adjourned at 7:52 p.m. 

Cedar County School 

District #54

Submitted by:

Betty Jo Leapley

Secretary of the Board

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CEDAR COUNTY 

COMMISSION

Minutes

November 10, 2015

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, David McGregor and Terry Pinkelman answering roll call. Also present County Clerk David Dowling. Chairman Pinkelman stated the open meetings laws are posted on the wall for public inspection.

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

Dave Sudbeck reported on some zoning issues that he has going on at this time. Sudbeck reported on a meeting he attended in Kearney. Sudbeck then stated he has a meeting scheduled for the 23rd of November for zoning permits. 

Road Supt., Carla Schmidt presented an underground permit for district two review and approval. Kirkham and Michael engineering firm presented a plan for a couple box culvert projects in district two. After reviewing the plan district two commissioner stated he would like them to start the process getting the needed permits for the project. Jerry Wiese signed the contract agreement. 

Monthly fee reports from the Clerk of District Court and County Sheriff were reviewed as presented by the office holders.

The board reviewed a list of distress warrants from the county treasurer and also a list of the current pledged securities for the county.

Kevin Garvin met to discuss an educational workshop to be held in Norfolk at the Lifelong Learning Center. This will hopefully answer all questions regarding interlocal agreements that need to be approved and signed. The agreements are for the creation of government’s board and another for counties to join the system. The system is a public safety system statewide for 911 and communications statewide.

Judd Allen from NACO met with the board to discuss NACO benefits that are available to the counties.  

With no further business or agenda items the following claims were approved for payment and the meeting was declared adjourned by chairman Pinkelman.

GENERAL FUND: Total Salaries 129,528.61; Aflac 1,102.92; Blue Cross-Blue Shield 41,488.80; IRS 11,761.31; Social Security, 19,414.50; First Concord Benefits Group LLC 1,600.01; Lincoln National Life Ins. 655.47; Mass Mutual 1,770.00; Nationwide Retirement Solutions 50.00; Nebraska Child Support Payment Center 300.00; Nebraska Dept. of Revenue 4,088.71; Retirement Plans Div. of Ameritas 14,524.91; Washington Natl. Insurance Co. 57.75; Advanced Correctional Healthcare 12.65; Avera Medical Group 135.00; Leroy Beste 800.00; Cedar County Ag Society 1,084.03; Cedar County Clerk of Dist. Court 408.64; Cedar County Court 66.00; Cedar County Historical Society 13,000.00; Cedar County Sheriff 54.50; Cedar-Knox Public Power District 230.04; Charles W. Campbell PC 2,381.57; Chad Claussen 456.95; Crofton Journal 30.00; D & J Variety 92.88; Des Moines Stamp Mfg. Co. Inc. 221.20; David Dowling 207.00; Becky Dresden 72.38; Eakes Office Solutions 1,082.27; Farmers Union Gas & Oil 107.17; Feld Fire 81.61; Floor Maintenance and Supply 164.61; Food Town 751.58; Kevin Garvin 575.56; Great American Leasing Corp 77.00; Craig A. Hansen 251.68; Hartelco 2,238.34; Hartington Public Library 6,000.00; Nebraska Health & Human Services 180.00; Duane Heithold 12.08; George L. Hirschbach 650.67; Hometown Leasing 567.33; Jeffrey L. Hrouda 3,663.42; Jim Jansen 309.50; Kaiser Heating and Cooling 328.50; Ken’s Market 254.29; David D. Knoff 3,500.00; David Koch 130.00; Kruse True Value 152.10; Laurel Public Library 3,000.00; LEAF 332.04; Mary Leise 72.38; Leiting Auto Supply 331.52; Lynn Peavey Company 72.00; Madison County Court 3.25; Mail Finance 567.00; Maximus, Inc. 600.00; MIPS Inc. 2,762.78; NACO 1,440.00; National Notary Association 154.00; Nebr. Assoc. of County Clerks 50.00; Nebr. County Attorneys Assoc. 50.00; Nebr. Real Property Appraiser Board 320.00; Nebraska Public Power Dist. 2,430.73; NIRMA 50.00; Northeast Nebraska News Company 750.09; Office Depot 176.98; P.O.A.N. 64.00; Peitz GMC Service Inc. 262.82; Pepsi Cola of Norfolk 104.23; Presto X 45.89; Quill Corp. 137.24; Ramada Inn 306.00; Randolph Public Library 6,000.00; Roger Schwartz 12.00; Security Shredding Services 70.00; Sioux City Winsupply 236.22; Joseph M. Smith 240.00; State of Nebr AS Central Services 448.00; State of Nebr AS Central Services 106.00; Mary Lou Steffen 278.02; Jackie Steffen 176.31; Talley 2,056.41; John Thomas 685.20; Thurston County 31.41; Gene Twiford 24.15; US Bank 53.24; United States Postal Service-Hasler 10,000.00; US Cellular 292.69; Marlin Vanslyke 27.60; Verizon Wireless 40.01; Voyager Fleet Systems Inc. 1,672.86; Voyager Fleet Systems Inc. 125.85; Wayne County Sheriff 18.50; Western Office 67.51; Janet Wiechelman 86.01; Ron Wieseler 1,300.00; Wingate by Wyndham 1,091.40.

ROAD FUND: Total Salaries 67,981.86; Aflac 559.13; IRS 5,726.57; Social Security 10,310.86; BCBS 

26,020.44; First Concord Benefits Group LLC 75.00; Mass Mutual 20.00; Nationwide Retirement Solutions 50.00; Nebraska Dept. of Revenue 2,023.54; Retirement Plans Div. of Ameritas 7,535.45; Washington Natl Insurance Co 49.40; A & R Construction 70,814.56; Appeara 125.74; Avera Medical Group 175.00; B’s Enterprises Inc. 29,630.00; Backus Sand & Gravel 309.12; Berner’s Service 164.48; Bomgaars 80.28; Carhart Lumber Co. 16.15; Carlson Home & Auto 421.08; Cedar County Auto Parts Inc. 215.66; Cedar-Knox Public Power District 40.68; Cedar-Knox Rural Water Project 31.65; Century Link 106.36; City of Laurel 69.83; Coleridge Welding Inc. 565.45; D & J Variety 9.25; Dinkels 7,000.00; Farmers Union Gas & Oil 6,048.94; Filter Care of Nebr. 196.90; Fischer Feed & Supply 196.00; Folkers Bros Garage 101.60; Gill Hauling Inc. 15.50; Great Plains Communications Inc. 160.61; Grossenburg Implement 2,486.86; Hansen Brothers Parts & Service 36.19; Hartelco 220.93; Hefner Oil & Feed Co. 6,309.84; Kayton International Inc. 363.36; Kellen & Streit Inc. 13,093.60; Kessler Repair 64.27; Kimball Midwest 66.94; Kirkham Michael 4,100.00; Jerome Kuehn 11.00; Laurel Feed & Grain Co. 500.00; Laurel True Value 53.98; Leiting Auto Supply 113.80; Mainelli Wagner & Associates 11,545.21; Medical Enterprises Inc. 93.00; Menfords Hardware & Farm Store 464.02; Nebraska Public Power Dist. 143.04; NMC Exchange LLC 130.42; NMC Exchange LLC 1,400.26; Northeast Glass 846.00; Northeast Nebr. Telephone Co. 120.18; Kirk Olsen 57.50; Pomp’s Tire Service Inc. 228.40; Randolph Farm Supply 3,598.00; Rath’s Mini Mart 231.01; RDO Truck Center Co. 1,446.59; Rees Mack Sales & Service 44.29; Riverview Sand and Gravel 4,279.20; Carla Schmidt 118.79; Signature Sewer Pumping 350.00; Source Gas 27.27; Spencer Quarries Inc. 1,470.97; Stern Oil Co. Inc. 12,277.20; Sweetman Construction 4,882.65; Tim Arens Construction 650.00; Top Crop Inc. 881.48; Topkote Inc. 2,300.00; Urwiler Oil & Fertilizer 1,829.06; US Cellular 214.91; Village of Wynot 82.90; Voyager Fleet Systems Inc. 316.17; Wattier True Value 61.99; Wynot Oil Company 5,439.66.

BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION & REPAIR FUND: A & R Construction 117,680.13; Christensen Bros. Inc. 88,256.17.

CEDAR COUNTY TRANSIT FUND: Avera Medical Group 107.00; Carol Bruning 900.00; City of Hartington 400.00; Farmers Union Gas & Oil 1,081.95; Hartelco 77.49; Karen Lammers 660.00; Mary Rose Pinkelman 2,000.00; US Cellular 46.24; Claudet Wege 240.00.

HOMELAND SECURITY FUND: Electronic Engineering 5,313.95; JEO Consulting Group Inc. 4,745.25; Lincoln Airport Authority 284.00.

E 911 WIRELESS FUND: Century Link 271.70; Hartelco 524.83.

ENHANCED 911 FUND: Century Link 152.83; Eastern Nebraska Telephone 167.08; Electronic Engineering 765.00; Great Plains Communications Inc. 107.72; Hartelco 494.82; Laacke & Joys Co. 84.26; Leiting Auto Supply 229.30; Northeast Nebr. Telephone Co. 881.42.

APPROVED: 

Board Chairman, 

Terry Pinkelman 

ATTEST:

County Clerk, David Dowling

11.18.15c

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