Published On: Wed, Aug 17th, 2016

Laurel Advocate Public Notices 8.17.16

MEETING NOTICE
The Cedar County Board of Commissioners will meet at 8:30 a.m., Tuesday, August 23, 2016, in the Commissioners’ Room in the Cedar County Courthouse.
Agenda is available in the County Clerk’s office.
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REGISTRATION OF
TRADE NAME
Trade Name: Shanz Sugar Shack
Applicant: Alabraska Enterprise, LLC
1218 West E Street
North Platte, NE 69101
Limited Liability Company
State under whose laws entity was formed: Nebraska
Date of first use of name in Nebraska: upon filing
General nature of business: any lawful business
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NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
OF ORDINANCE
NO. 558-2016
IN PAMPHLET FORM
Public Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of the Mayor and City Council of the City of Laurel, Nebraska, held at 6:00 p.m. on August 8, 2016, there was passed and adopted Ordinance No. 558-2016 entitled:
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF LAUREL, NEBRASKA, AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF VARIOUS PURPOSE BONDS, SERIES 2016, OF THE CITY OF LAUREL, IN THE PRINCIPAL AMOUNT OF NOT TO EXCEED FIVE HUNDRED SEVENTY-FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS ($575,000) TO PROVIDE PERMANENT FINANCING TO PAY A PORTION OF THE COST OF IMPROVEMENTS IN STREET IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT NOS. 2014-1, 2014-2 AND 2014-3 (INCLUDING THE INTERSECTIONS AND THE AREAS FORMED BY THE CROSSING OF STREETS, AVENUES AND ALLEYS); PRESCRIBING THE FORM OF SAID BONDS; PROVIDING FOR THE LEVY OF TAXES TO PAY THE SAME; DETERMINING THE ORDINANCE TO BE A MEASURE NECESSARY TO CARRY OUT CONTRACTUAL OBLIGATIONS OF THE CITY AND PROVIDING FOR PUBLICATION OF THE ORDINANCE IN PAMPHLET FORM.
Said Ordinance was published in pamphlet form. Copies of said Ordinance as published in pamphlet form are available for inspection and distribution at the Office of the City Clerk, in the City of Laurel, Nebraska.
Victoria Carlson
City Clerk
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CITY OF LAUREL
MEETING MINUTES
August 8, 2016
Mayor Mark Patefield called the Council meeting to order at 6:05 P.M. Roll Call: Knudsen, Koch, Garber. Johnson – absent. Administrator Mark McCoy and Clerk Carlson were also present. Attorney Holloway entered @ 6:17 P.M. Guests: Larry Cross, Sandra Cross, Deanna Anderson, Lori Hansen & 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.
Knudsen made a motion, Garber second to approve the July Council minutes as presented. Roll Call Vote: Aye – Koch, Garber, Knudsen. Johnson – absent. Motion carried.
Koch made a motion, Garber second to approve the July claims.
GENERAL: Payroll… 4435.85; EFTPS… 1259.50; NE Dept of Rev… 185.70; Leaf… 101.95; Aflac… 59.40; United Healthcare… 2849.06; Reserve Acct… 100.00; Quill… 298.09; Village of Concord… 97.20; Electric… 24.12; Gary’s Foodtown… 15.54; Asq Promotional Prod… 129.90; Principal Financial Group… 34.20; AUCA Chicago Lockbox… 148.40; ABB… 211.63; HartelCo… 203.00; Laurel Advocate… 208.97; One Office Solution… 61.10
PUBLIC WORKS: Payroll… 10022.30; EFTPS… 3306.65; NE Dept of Rev… 5299.00; Aflac… 193.44; United Healthcare… 3957.00; Reserve Acct… 300.00; Elec. Rev. Bond Series 2015… 9480.00; CKPPD… 64013.25; Gerhold Concrete… 283.13; Hansen Brothers Parts & Service… 198.58; Hansen Repair… 440.07; L.J. Mallatt… 962.50; Midwest Labs… 256.00; Morten’s Hardware… 59.50; Physical Therapy Clinic Fund… 640.84; Stan Houston Eq… 23.91; Electric… 1838.34; Gary’s Foodtown… 171.58; Laurel True Value… 295.30; Laurel Welding… 78.14; Source Gas… 602.91; R. Patefield… 200.00; Timothy P. Hansen/Rvoc Trust… 948.99; Business Card… 119.83; JEO Consulting… 4000.00; NE Power Review Board… 150.34; Principal Financial Group… 68.40; NE Public Health… 237.00; AUCA Chicago Lockbox… 851.06; ABB… 100.82; Dept of Energy… 7569.62; NE Dept Eviro. Quality… 150.00; NWEA… 350.00; Kriz-Davis Co… 1490.74; Laurel Advocate… 144.60; League of NE Municipalities… 1576.00; One Call Concepts… 11.31; U.S. Cell… 60.47; Urwiler Oil & Fert… 17.50; Utilities Section – League of NE Munic… 477.00; Utility Eq. Co… 12.77
PUBLIC HEALTH & SAFETY: Payroll… 5655.36; EFTPS… 1885.47; NE Dept of Rev… 290.61; Aflac… 175.80; United Healthcare… 1154.39; Reserve Acct… 100.00; EMS Billing… 1169.98; Hansen Brothers Parts & Service… 1239.67; L.P. Gill… 1686.06; Matheson TriGas… 74.02; Physical Therapy Clinic Fund… 18.00; Electric… 64.86; Emergency Medical Prod… 16.14; Verizon… 186.41; Principal Financial Group… 34.20; AUCA Chicago Lockbox… 184.33; ABB… 38.62; EMS Billing Services… 431.96; Gary’s Foodtown… 33.68; Kardell’s Auto… 16.00; Laurel Advocate… 234.61; U.S. Cellular… 60.47
CULTURAL & RECREATION: Payroll… 13192.52; EFTPS… 3663.21; NE Dept of Rev… 452.26; Hansen Brothers Parts & Service… 44.36; LCC School… 16000.00; B. Schmidt… 500.00; Schwan’s… 224.64; T. Stone… 335.81; Electric… 579.34; Gary’s Foodtown… 200.31; Crouch Recreation Inc… 4150.00; Laurel True Value… 165.43; MaHaska… 79.00; Source Gas… 837.88; Business Card… 578.12; Hawkins… 1158.10; T. Stone… 201.12; ABB… 35.48; Grossenburg Impl… 124.72
PUBLIC BUILDINGS: Payroll… 113.28; EFTPS… 27.22; NE Dept of Rev… .36; Lackas Service… 186.86; E. Mottl… 70.00; Electric… 248.17; Source Gas… 49.37; Gary’s Foodtown… 15.24
PHYSICAL THERAPY CLINIC: Security Bank… 1500.00; CKPPD… 1000.00
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT: Payroll… 2645.93; EFTPS… 845.16; NE Dept of Rev… 115.61; United Healthcare… 20.00; Laurel Advocate… 18.82; Quill… 12.18; Gary’s Foodtown… 17.33; Laurel True Value… 10.87; Business Card… 18.49; Laurel Plantation… 122.50; Principal Financial Group… 17.10; ABB… 32.67
Roll Call Vote: Aye – Garber, Knudsen, Koch. Johnson – absent. Motion carried.
Phil Lorenzen with D.A. Davidson Co. reviewed with the Council in detail on the proposed issuance of Various Purpose Bonds, Series 2016, not to exceed the principal amount of $575,000.
Knudsen made a motion, Koch second to approve the D.A. Davidson Underwriting Engagement Letter. Roll Call Vote: Aye – Knudsen, Koch, Garber. Johnson – absent. Motion carried.
Council Member Garber introduced a Resolution designated as Resolution No. 2016-328 and entitled: A Resolution Calling City of Laurel, Nebraska Bond Anticipation Notes, Series 2015 for Redemption. Whereupon Resolution No. 2016-328 was read and thereafter Council Member Garber moved for final passage of said Resolution. Council Member Koch seconded the motion. The Mayor stated: “The question is, shall Resolution No. 2016-328 be passed and adopted?” The Roll Call was called and the following voted “AYE”: Koch, Garber. The following voted “Nay” – None. Abstain – Knudsen (due to conflict of interest). The passage and adoption of said Resolution having been concurred with by a majority of all members elected to the Council, was by the Mayor declared passed and adopted, and the Mayor, in the presence of Council, signed and approved said Resolution, and the Clerk attested the passage and approval of the same and affixed the seal of the City thereto.
Council Member Knudsen then introduced an Ordinance designated as Ordinance No. 558-2016 and entitled: AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF LAUREL, NEBRASKA, AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF VARIOUS PURPOSE BONDS, SERIES 2016, OF THE CITY OF LAUREL, IN THE PRINCIPAL AMOUNT OF NOT TO EXCEED FIVE HUNDRED SEVENTY-FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS ($575,000) TO PROVIDE PERMANENT FINANCING TO PAY A PORTION OF THE COST OF IMPROVEMENTS IN STREET IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT NOS. 2014-1, 2014-2 AND 2014-3 (INCLUDING THE INTERSECTIONS AND THE AREAS FORMED BY THE CROSSING OF STREETS, AVENUES AND ALLEYS); PRESCRIBING THE FORM OF SAID BONDS; PROVIDING FOR THE LEVY OF TAXES TO PAY THE SAME; DETERMINING THE ORDINANCE TO BE A MEASURE NECESSARY TO CARRY OUT CONTRACTUAL OBLIGATIONS OF THE CITY AND PROVIDING FOR PUBLICATION OF THE ORDINANCE IN PAMPHLET FORM.
Council Member Knudsen moved that the statutory rule requiring ordinances to be fully and distinctly read on three different days be suspended, seconded by Council Member Koch. The roll was called and the following voted: “Aye”: Koch, Garber, Knudsen. The following voted “Nay”: None. The motion to suspend the statutory rule having been concurred in by three-fourths of all members of the Council was declared passed and adopted.
Whereupon Ordinance No. 558-2016 was read by title and thereafter Council Member Koch moved for final passage of said Ordinance. Council Member Garber seconded the motion. The Mayor stated: “The question is, shall Ordinance No. 558-2016 be passed and adopted?” The roll was called and the following voted “Aye”: Garber, Knudsen, Koch. The following voted “Nay” – None.
The passage and adoption of said Ordinance having been concurred with by a majority of all members elected to the Council, was by the Mayor declared passed and adopted, and the Mayor, in the presence of the Council, signed and approved said Ordinance, and the Clerk attested the passage and approval of the same and affixed the seal of the City thereto.
Hillcrest Care Center’s report was included in the packet. There are 26 in the Nursing Home and 6 in the Assisted Living. They had a profit of approximately $6000.00 for the month.
No report from Hillcrest Colonial Manor.
Police Chief, Ron Lundahl reported for the Laurel Police Dept. The July Monthly Summary for the Laurel Police Dept. is as follows: 9 warnings, 5 animal complaints, 3 motorist assists, 1 outside assist, 2 hrs Officer training, 5 Citizen complaints, 3 noise complaints, 1 alarm, 190 building checks, 4 nuisance vehicles, 2 suspicious persons, 1 traffic complaint. The police car traveled 595 miles.
Luke Virgil’s report for Ec. Development included a report for the CRA. This was in the Council packets. Subway in Laurel is opening on August 9th. Virgil attended the HCC Board meeting to speak with them about the goals and needs of the facility and also provided them with some ideas and options on funding sources. The CRA asked for consideration &/or approval of Resolution R2016-329 dealing with changing the final levy allocation. Koch made a motion, Knudsen second to table Resolution 2016-329 till next month when the City holds their Budget Hearing. Roll Call Vote: Aye – Knudsen, Koch, Garber. Johnson – absent. Motion carried.
Emily Patefield reported for the Laurel Library. They are looking at a possible grant totaling $20,000 and asked the Council to consider putting an additional $5,000 into the budget to help cover the match. The grant money would be used to purchase computers, printers and desks.
No reports from the Laurel Rescue Squad and Laurel Recreation Board.
Two Building Permits were reviewed. 1) Von Schuster – 10’x30’ driveway addition 2) United Methodist Church – 7100 sq. ft. driveway and parking lot. Koch made a motion, Knudsen second to approve the building permits. Roll Call Vote: Aye – Knudsen, Koch, Garber, Absent – Johnson. Motion carried.
The Council reviewed Adm. McCoy’s Report.
Adm. McCoy reviewed with the Council the budget for 2016-2017. The Libraries’ request will be considered and worked into the budget.
At 7:10 P.M., Mayor Patefield stated that is was necessary to enter into executive session for the prevention of needless injury to the reputation of an individual. Mayor Patefield reiterated the reason for the closed session by asking for a motion to enter into closed session to evaluate the City Administrator. Knudsen so moved, Koch second. Roll Call Vote: Aye – Koch, Garber, Knudsen. Absent – Johnson. Motion carried. Mayor Patefield closed the executive session at 7:32 P.M.
Knudsen made a motion, Koch second to adjourn @ 7:33 P.M. Roll Call Vote: Aye – Koch, Garber, Johnson, Knudsen. Absent – Johnson. Motion carried.
The next regularly scheduled Council meeting will be held Monday, September 12th, 2016 at 6:00 P.M.
Victoria Carlson
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LAUREL-CONCORD-COLERIDGE SCHOOL
DISTRICT #54
BOARD OF EDUCATION
Regular Monthly Meeting (MS)
August 08, 2016 7:00 PM
BOARD ROOM @ LCC
MIDDLE SCHOOL
Attendance Taken at 7:00 PM:
Present Board Members: Richard Brandow, Robert Colwell, Carol Erwin, Jay Hall, Betty Jo Leapley, Marlin Papenhausen, Steve Schutte, John Wolfgram
Absent Board Members: Brian Holcomb
I. CALL MEETING TO ORDER
The regular meeting was convened at 7:00 p.m. in the Board Room at Laurel-Concord-Coleridge Middle School, Coleridge, Nebraska. The meeting notice was published in the August 3, 2016 issue of the Coleridge Blade, 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 Tim Vanderheiden, and High School Principal Jay Vance. Members of the public were present. 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 with a change to move item VIII.1 Discussion of security plans for bids, to follow item VI.3 Board Committee Reports passed with a motion by Betty Jo Leapley and a second by Richard Brandow.
8 Yeas – 0 Nays.
Richard Brandow, Yes
Robert Colwell, Yes
Carol Erwin, Yes
Jay Hall, Yes
Brian Holcomb, Absent
Betty Jo Leapley, Yes
Marlin Papenhausen, Yes
Steve Schutte, Yes
John Wolfgram, Yes
III. CONSENT AGENDA
Motion Passed: Motion to approve consent agenda items including minutes of the July 11, 2016 Regular Meeting; Treasurer reports; the General Fund bills in the amount of $204,979.97; the Cooperative Fund bill in the amount of $301.00; and the projected payroll of $397,803.01 passed with a motion by Marlin Papenhausen and a second by Richard Brandow.
8 Yeas – 0 Nays.
Richard Brandow, Yes
Robert Colwell, Yes
Carol Erwin, Yes
Jay Hall, Yes
Brian Holcomb, Absent
Betty Jo Leapley, Yes
Marlin Papenhausen, Yes
Steve Schutte, Yes
John Wolfgram, Yes
IV. EXCUSE ABSENT BOARD MEMBERS
Discussion:
No action was taken to excuse absent board member.
V. PUBLIC COMMENT
Discussion:
No member of the public requested to address the board.
VI. INFORMATION AND PROPOSALS
VI.1. PRINCIPALS’ REPORTS
Discussion:
Elementary Principal Johnson reported on some changes in the elementary. Teachers have begun to prepare their rooms. Coach Arens had his football camp this past week. Coaches are in the process of completing concussion, heat, and cardiac arrest training. He expressed a big thanks to the summer crew for a great job in preparing the schools. Professional Development Calendar continues to be developed with AdvancEd visit in mind. Middle School Principal Vanderheiden was introduced. New staff in the Middle School building is: Tim Vanderheiden, Principal/AD, Melissa Graf, Administrative Assistant and Jennifer Van Meter, 7/8 LA/Lit/Spanish. The MS School schedule is completed. Student success period was moved to the beginning of the day. Seventh period will be an Enrichment/Intervention period for 5th and 6th grade students. A welcome letter is being sent to parents with necessary information. MS staff will be given a Student Interest and Learning Survey to be completed by parents to assist us in getting to know our students better; which in turn allows better connections with our students. A focus of this year at the MS will be on building relationships with our students and meeting the learning needs of each student through Differentiation. These two areas are at the heart of good instruction. We will be looking at ways to improve communication through Social Media. Fall Sports Schedules are being updated, with some additions, and finalized. August 8th practice starts for Girls Golf and Football. August 15th practice begins for Cross Country and Volleyball. All coaches must take courses and be tested on Concussions, Cardiac Arrest and Heat Illness. They have been instructed that these courses must be completed prior to the start of their particular season. They must be certificated and registered with NSAA. High School Principal Vance reported a high school enrollment of 115 students. Anna Gansebom is the new Science teacher in the high school. Our school was not selected for the Monsanto grant. He reported on programs our school utilizes for Alternative Education. Mr. Vance shared information he acquired at Administrator Days about the updates for AdvancED and how other schools address class rank. He expressed appreciation to Mark McCoy, Mr. Sims, Mr. Benson, and Mr. Stevens for their work in helping get the football field ready for 8-man football.
VI.2. SUPERINTENDENT’S REPORT
Discussion:
Superintendent Klooz has been meeting with the Finance Committee. He gave board members copies of the newsletter that will be mailed to patrons and asked for any suggestions or changes. He shared budget information and reminded board members of the Budget Workshop on August 30. He gave an update of current projects and future projects. Board members were reminded of the Opening Day Breakfast on August 15 when the board members will prepare and serve breakfast to staff members. The Welcome Back Open House will be held Tuesday, August 16 from 5:30 to 8:00 p.m. at all buildings. Superintendent Klooz reported that the LCC Board of Education will be recognized with the NASB Presidential Award at the State Conference in November.
VI.3. BOARD COMMITTEE REPORTS
Discussion:
Finance Committee has met and discussed budgeting for current and future projects. The parking lot behind the Laurel building is a projected future project.
VIII. DISCUSSION ITEMS
VIII.1. Discussion of security plans for bids.
Discussion:
Jon Carlson, Carlson West Povondra Architects, shared the proposed floor plans and updates to improve security of our buildings. The fire marshal visited the building to provide input for the project. Mr. Carlson responded to questions and comments from the board.
VII. ACTION ITEMS
VII.1. Consider, discuss and take necessary action with regard to hiring classified staff.
Motion Passed: Motion to approve hiring Melissa Graf as the Middle School Secretary passed with a motion by Richard Brandow and a second by John Wolfgram.
8 Yeas – 0 Nays.
Richard Brandow, Yes
Robert Colwell, Yes
Carol Erwin, Yes
Jay Hall, Yes
Brian Holcomb, Absent
Betty Jo Leapley, Yes
Marlin Papenhausen, Yes
Steve Schutte, Yes
John Wolfgram, Yes
Motion Passed: Motion to hire Melissa Campbell as the Preschool para passed with a motion by Richard Brandow and a second by Marlin Papenhausen.
8 Yeas – 0 Nays.
Richard Brandow, Yes
Robert Colwell, Yes
Carol Erwin, Yes
Jay Hall, Yes
Brian Holcomb, Absent
Betty Jo Leapley, Yes
Marlin Papenhausen, Yes
Steve Schutte, Yes
John Wolfgram, Yes
VII.2. Consider, discuss and take necessary action with regard to second reading of the following board policies–3090, 3130, 3570, 4026, 4027, 5006, 5104, 5203, 5418, 5418 Forms, 5419, 6020, 6212, 6282, 6284, 6286, 6410, 6800, 6920, 6920A, 8270, 8344 and 9341.
Motion Passed: Motion to approve the second reading of the following board policies–3090, 3130, 3570, 4026, 4027, 5006, 5104, 5203, 5418, 5418 Forms, 5419, 6020, 6212, 6282, 6284, 6286, 6410, 6800, 6920, 6920A, 8270, 8344 and 9341 passed with a motion by Betty Jo Leapley and a second by Richard Brandow.
8 Yeas – 0 Nays.
Richard Brandow, Yes
Robert Colwell, Yes
Carol Erwin, Yes
Jay Hall, Yes
Brian Holcomb, Absent
Betty Jo Leapley, Yes
Marlin Papenhausen, Yes
Steve Schutte, Yes
John Wolfgram, Yes
VII.3. Consider, discuss and take necessary action with regard to proposed Board/Superintendent Annual Calendar.
Motion Passed: Motion to approve the proposed Board/Superintendent Annual Calendar passed with a motion by John Wolfgram and a second by Robert Colwell.
8 Yeas – 0 Nays.
Richard Brandow, Yes
Robert Colwell, Yes
Carol Erwin, Yes
Jay Hall, Yes
Brian Holcomb, Absent
Betty Jo Leapley, Yes
Marlin Papenhausen, Yes
Steve Schutte, Yes
John Wolfgram, Yes
VII.4. Consider, discuss and take necessary action with regard to Dana F. Cole & Company as Laurel-Concord-Coleridge School’s Auditor.
Motion Passed: Motion to approve Dana F. Cole & Company as Laurel-Concord-Coleridge School’s Auditor passed with a motion by Marlin Papenhausen and a second by John Wolfgram.
8 Yeas – 0 Nays.
Richard Brandow, Yes
Robert Colwell, Yes
Carol Erwin, Yes
Jay Hall, Yes
Brian Holcomb, Absent
Betty Jo Leapley, Yes
Marlin Papenhausen, Yes
Steve Schutte, Yes
John Wolfgram, Yes
VII.5. Consider, discuss and take necessary action with regard to Rosetta Stone.
Motion Passed: Motion to approve purchasing the Rosetta Stone program to be used in the Middle School and High School Spanish programs passed with a motion by Betty Jo Leapley and a second by Robert Colwell.
8 Yeas – 0 Nays.
Richard Brandow, Yes
Robert Colwell, Yes
Carol Erwin, Yes
Jay Hall, Yes
Brian Holcomb, Absent
Betty Jo Leapley, Yes
Marlin Papenhausen, Yes
Steve Schutte, Yes
John Wolfgram, Yes
VII.6. Consider, discuss and take necessary action with regard to breakfast/lunch prices for 2016-17 school year.
Motion Passed: Motion to approve keeping the breakfast/lunch prices for 2016-17 school year the same. EC-4th grade breakfast-$1.55, lunch-$2.50; Middle School breakfast-$1.55, lunch-$2.80; High School breakfast-$2.05, lunch-$2.80; and Adults breakfast-$3.00, lunch-$4.00 passed with a motion by Richard Brandow and a second by Betty Jo Leapley.
8 Yeas – 0 Nays.
Richard Brandow, Yes
Robert Colwell, Yes
Carol Erwin, Yes
Jay Hall, Yes
Brian Holcomb, Absent
Betty Jo Leapley, Yes
Marlin Papenhausen, Yes
Steve Schutte, Yes
John Wolfgram, Yes
IX. ADJOURN
Discussion:
Meeting adjourned at 9:08 p.m.
Cedar County School District #54
Submitted by:
Betty Jo Leapley
Secretary of the Board
General Fund:
CARDMEMBER SERVICE, 4,154.29; ANDERSON’S ALPHABET U, 16.98; AT&T, 71.51; B & B STORAGE, 61.00; BARONE SECURITY SOLUTIONS, 770.11; BLICK ART MATERIALS, 238.44; BROWN & SAENGER, Inc., 341.64; CARLSON WEST POVONDRA ARCHITECTS, 7,652.45; CEDAR-KNOX PPD, 2,846.94; CENTURYLINK, 354.06; CHEMSEARCH, 151.86; CITY OF LAUREL, 5,615.14; CLASSROOM FRIENDLY SUPPLIES, 269.85; CLAUSSEN & SONS IRRIGATION, INC., 842.97; CYNMAR, LLC, 43.35; D & D LAWNCARE, 1,300.00; DEMCO, 59.53; EDUCATIONAL SERVICE UNIT #1, 15.00; ELENCO ELECTRONICS, INC, 282.13; JOSEPH ELLIS, 87.96; ENGAGING TECHNOLOGIES, 7,369.00; EVERYTHING MEDICAL LLC, 99.90; FAITH REGIONAL PHYSICIAN SERVICES, 300.00; GILL HAULING, INC., 120.00; GLASS EDGE INC, 667.00; GOPHER, 1,368.83; GRIZZLY INDUSTRIAL, INC, 1,003.44; H2O 4 U, 156.49; HEARTLAND FIRE PROTECTION, INC, 481.93; HEFNER OIL & FEED CO. INC, 254.65; INSECT LORE, 41.90; INSTRU-MED, 65.00; INTELLICOM, 1,074.50
JAMF SOFTWARE, 3,360.00; JOHN WILEY & SONS, INC., 3,150.55; HEATH JOHNSON, 230.31; KEN’S MARKET, 24.02; RANDALL KLOOZ, 608.34; JUNE KOESTER, 10.55; KREI FOR HELP CONSTRUCTION, 2,101.00; LACKAS SERVICE, 1,468.69; LAKESHORE LEARNING MATERIALS, 1,722.07; LAUREL TRUE VALUE, 8.98; MARCO INC, 1,406.14; MATHESON TRI-GAS INC, 137.34; MCGRAW-HILL SCHOOL EDUCATION LLC, 3,068.45; MIDWEST MUSIC CENTER INC, 1,220.00; MIKE’S BAND INSTRUMENT REPAIR, 2,895.00; N2Y, 479.00; NASCO – FORT ATKINSON, 168.08; NATIONAL ART & SCHOOL SUPPLIES, INC., 1,488.73; NATIONAL SCIENCE TEACHERS ASSOCIATION, 165.74; NEBRASKA ASSOCIA SCHOOL BOARDS, 599.16; NEBRASKA LINK, 3,555.90; NORTHEAST NEBRASKA NEWS COMPANY, 1,892.25; NORTHEAST NEBRASKA TELEPHONE, 305.99; PAXTON/PATTERSON LLC, 274.50; PEARSON EDUCATION INC, 9,413.66; PERMA-BOUND BOOKS, 473.96; PERRY, GUTHERY, HAASE & GESSFORD, 1,454.40; POSTER COMPLIANCE CENTER, 69.00; PRESTO-X, 45.02; PYRAMID SCHOOL PRODUCTS, 704.67; QUILL CORPORATION, 1,867.86; RASMUSSEN MECHANICAL SERVICES INC., 705.17; RATH’S MINI MART, 25.00; RAY’S MID-BELL MUSIC, INC, 408.66; REALLY GOOD STUFF, INC., 482.55; RESERVE ACCOUNT, 400.00; ROCHESTER 100 INC., 250.00; S & S WORLDWIDE, INC., 67.45; SCHOLARBUYS, 1,680.00; SCHOLASTIC INC., 1,342.93; SCHOOL NURSE SUPPLY, INC., 814.01; SCHOOL SPECIALTY INC, 852.73; SOFTWARE UNLIMITED INC, 350.00; SPRINT, 56.78; STAPLES ADVANTAGE, 22.15; SUPPLYWORKS, 1,234.52; TEACHER DIRECT, 299.15; TIME MANAGMENT SYSTEMS, 907.50; U.S. CELLULAR, 172.35; USPS 68727, 188.00; JAY VANCE, 150.00; TIMOTHY VANDERHEIDEN, 683.14; VERNIER SOFTWARE & TECHNOLOGY, 105.52; VILLAGE OF COLERIDGE, 134.00; WARD’S SCIENCE, 64.65; WAYNE HERALD/MORNING SHOPPER, 380.00; WELLS FARGO VENDOR FIN SERV, 109,468.51; WEX BANK, 643.94; ZANER BLOSER, INC., 544.05; Total: 204,979.97
Cooperative Fund:
MARCO INC, 301.00
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