Published On: Wed, Jan 11th, 2017

Randolph Times Public Notices 1.11.17

Cedar County

Commission

Minutes

December 13, 2016

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 McGregor 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 talked with the board on payment for zoning board members that traveled to Norfolk and met with the attorney.

Road Supt., Carla Schmidt presented underground permits for board approval for district two approval. Schmidt then presented information on the Korth box culvert project, which needs signed by district two commissioner accepting the cost figures. Schmidt presented an easement for district one commissioner to approve and sign for the Heimes project to move the road. Carla presented a list of bridges that have been removed from scour critical bridge list and also presented a report on a recent bridge file audit. Carla visited about the upcoming one and six year road plan, which will be held in February.

Chairman McGregor signed an agreement for contract with Maximus Inc. for the next three years to perform service for Cedar County to receive reimbursement for indirect costs.

Motion was made by McGregor and seconded by Pinkelman to approve SDL for Nissen Winery for January 28 from 4 PM to 11 PM. Motion carried with a 3 to 0 vote.

Assessor, Don Hoesing presented tax corrections 2 personal properties numbered 6883 and 6885 and 2 real estate numbered 7610 and 683. Motion by McGregor and seconded by Pinkelman to approve corrections as presented. Motion carried with a 3 to 0 vote.

Motion was made by Pinkelman and seconded by McGregor to approve resolution 16-13 implementing a utility policy to be added to an existing policy approved in March of 1992. Motion carried with a 3 to 0 vote.

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

GENERAL FUND:  Total Salaries 140,277.74;   Aflac 1,142.30; Blue Cross- Blue Shield 43,079.02;  IRS 13,735.25;  Social Security, 21,005.47;  First Concord Benefits Group LLC 1,910.83;   Lincoln National Life Ins. 706.22;  Mass Mutual 2,190.00;   Nationwide Retirement Solutions 50.00;   Nebraska Child Support Payment Center 300.00; Nebraska Dept. of Revenue 4,686.65;  Rosalee Nordhues 5.00;  Rosemary Nordhues 127.00;  Retirement Plans Div. of Ameritas 15,819.29;   Washington Natl. Insurance Co. 57.75;  Avera Medical Group 120.00;  Pat Beck 208.40;  Stan Becker 135.80;  Black Hills Energy 243.53;  Bomgaars 105.25;  Carhart Lumber Co. 12.98;  Cedar County Clerk of Dist. Court 33.00;  Cedar County Court 219.00;  Cedar County Historical Society 13,000.00;  Cedar County Sheriff 403.98;  Cedar County Treasurer 520,000.00;  Cedar-Knox Public Power District 502.95;  Charles W. Campbell PC, LLO 659.20;  City of Hartington 239.70;  Colonial Research Chemical Corp.  142.20;  Consolitated Management Co. 181.68;  Continental Alarm and Detection 334.77;  Crofton Journal 34.00;  D & J Variety 39.99;  DAS State Accounting-Central Finance 106.00;  DAS State Accounting-Central Finance 448.00;  Gary Dickes 253.68;  David Dowling 119.94;  Krista Dybdal 200.60;  Eakes Office Solutions 1,688.32;  Election Systems & Software Inc. 11.15;  Farmers Union Gas & Oil 122.60;  Floor Maintenance and Supply 318.46;  Cindy A. Foley 4,513.75;  Food Town 1,362.56;  Tom Fredricksen 97.52;  Great American Leasing Corp 77.00;  Grossenburg Implement 1,363.84;  Mike Hans 295.96;  Hartelco 2,442.27;  Hartelco 1,169.68;  Nebraska Health & Human Services 186.00;  George L. Hirschbach 120.00;  Hometown Leasing 567.33;  Jeffrey L. Hrouda 443.45;  Jack’s Uniforms & Equipment 96.00;  Jim Jansen 436.61;  Kathleen M Jorgensen 878.49;  Kardell’s Auto 687.05;  Ken’s Market 521.06;  David D. Knoff 3,500.00;  Koch-Tramp Plumbing & Heating 1,650.16;  Paul Koch 234.32;  Kruse True Value 315.66;  Leise Concrete 720.00;  Ron Lundahl 140.00;  Madison County District Court 100.00;  Martin’s Flag Company 784.43;  Matthew Bender & Co. 128.53;  David McGregor 108.00;  Midwest Card & ID Solutions 1,519.50;  Midwest Radar & Equipment 280.00;  Eugene Milander 292.56;   MIPS Inc. 2,822.91;  NACO 2,321.29;  Darren Naslund 1,100.00;  National Sheriff’s Assoc. 58.00;  Nebraska Public Power Dist. 2,087.40;  Nebr. County Court Assoc. 25.00;  Rick Noecker 71.60;  Joseph C. Nordhues 156.00;  Northeast Nebr. News Co. 167.62;  Office Systems Co. 412.29;  Sally Opfer 172.08;  Peitz GMC Service Inc. 371.21;  Pepsi Cola of Norfolk 28.25;  Pierce County Court 2.50;  Frederick Pinkelman 86.72;  Pomp’s Tire Serice Inc. 1,677.06;  Presto X 126.38;  Ramada Inn 140.00;  Kari Richards 51.30;  Roger Schwartz 12.00;  Secretary of State Rules & Regulations 20.00;  Ron Stapelman 260.16;  Steffen Drug 223.19;  Jackie Steffen 39.84;  John Steffen 117.28;  Trent Becker Graphics 416.00;  US Cellular 315.86;  Verizon Wireless 80.02;  Voyager Fleet Systems Inc. 1,700.72;  Voyager Fleet Systems 52.70;  Western Office 85.51;  Mick Wiepen 211.40;  Wintz Funeral Home Inc. 1,300.00.

ROAD FUND:  Total Salaries 84,558.68; Aflac 678.99;   IRS 8,066.49;   Social Security 12,814.82;  BCBS

31,129.12;   First Concord Benefits Group LLC 166.60;  Mass Mutual 20.00;  Nationwide Retirement Solutions 50.00;  Nebraska Dept. of Revenue 2,782.95;  Retirement Plans Div. of Ameritas 9,400.36;  Washington Natl Insurance Co 49.40;   A & R Construction 4,421.19;  Appeara 249.52;  Auto Hospital 40.00;  Avera Medical Group 150.00;  B’s Enterprises Inc. 32,929.20;  Backus Sand & Gravel 11,866.96;  Black Hills Energy 846.64;  Bomgaars 106.81;  Cedar County Auto Parts Inc. 102.94;  Cedar-Knox Public Power Distr. 429.50;  Cedar-Knox Rural Water Project 37.98;  Century Link 114.84;  City of Hartington 17.01;  City of Laurel 87.87;  Coleridge Welding Inc. 204.57;  Colonial Research Chemical Corp. 108.97;  Dendinger Trucking Inc. 6,133.40;  Farmers Pride 2,052.18;  Farmers Union Gas & Oil 3,961.06;  Filter Care of Nebr. 211.90; Folkers Bros. Garage 1,417.12;  Gill Hauling Inc. 15.50;  Great Plains Communications Inc. 160.46;  Grossenburg Implement 4,403.33;  Hansen Brothers parts & Service 533.51;  Hansen Repair Inc. 120.45;  Hartelco 226.40;  Hefner Oil & Feed Co. 6,717.63;  Heimes Trucking LLC 2,619.00;  Infra Structure LLC 12,744.00;  Jerry’s Service Inc. 5,460.31;  Kimball Midwest 125.11;  Kruse True Value 216.90;  Jerome Kuehn 11.00;  Laurel Feed & Grain Co. 26.59;  Laurel True Value 99.74;  Laurel Welding 730.38;  Leiting Auto Supply 401.98;  LG Everist Inc. 35,297.62;  Mark’s Machinery 1,075.85;  Menfords Hardware & Farm Store 684.57;  Mike’s Electric 202.94;  Murphy Tractor & Equipment Co. 226.80;  NE Safety Center @ UNK 235.00;  Nebraska Public Power Dist. 107.56;  Nebr. Dept. of Roads 1,500.00;  NMC Exchange LLC 2,184.17;  NMC Exchange LLC 18,163.82;  NMC Exchange LLC 657.91;  Northeast Glass 1,800.00;  Northeast Nebr. Telephone 46.40;  Patent Elec. 264.00;  Paul’s Welding 8.10;  Peitz GMC Serv. Inc. 6.00;  Pierce County 608.00;  Pomp’s Tire Service Inc. 35.00;  Randolph Farm Supply 1,139.98;  Rath’s Mini Mart 199.85;  S & S Willers Inc. 8,090.16;  Sam’s Hardware Hank 106.98;  Spencer Quarries Inc. 5,279.40;  Stop N Go 49.80;  Jennifer Suing 109.00;  Jim Suing 74.33;  Sweetman Construction 5,774.99;  Robert Tanderup 106.99;  Top Crop Inc. 270.00;  Tri-State Windshield Rep. 60.00;  US Cellular 226.52;  Village of Wynot 85.30;  Wattier True Value 36.20;  Wiebelhaus Service 55.50;  Wynot Oil Co. 5,479.73.

CEDAR COUNTY TRANSIT FUND:  Total Salaries 6,713.00; Nebr. Dept. of Revenue 98.74;  Retirement Plans Div of Ameritas 755.21;  IRS 261.19;  Social Security 1,027.10;  City of Hartington 400.00;  D & J Variety 68.25;  Farmers Union Gas & Oil 565.88;  Stop N Go 196.98;  US Cellular 76.71;  Claudet Wege 115.56; J & R Auto Sales 8,144.00.

DIVERSION PROGRAM FUND:  Cellcom-Hartington 1,033.82;  Matthew Bender & Co. Inc. 622.91.

HOMELAND SECURITY FUND:  Bucks Big Storage LLC 400.00

E 911 WIRELESS FUND:  Century Link 299.12; Hartelco 538.23.

ENHANCED 911 FUND:  Apco, AFC Inc. 1,110.00;  Century Link 134.39;  CPI Communications Inc. 534.25;  Eastern Nebraska Telephone 167.08;  Electronic Engineering 4,759.04;  Kevin Garvin 323.10;  Great Plains Communication Inc. 103.72;  Hartelco 466.10;  Kruse True Value 12.48;  Mid America Drilling Corp. 17,500.00;  Northeast Nebr. Telephone co. 377.81; Sabre Industries 17,328.00;  Talley 3,451.83;  Tessco Inc. 564.78.

APPROVED:

Board Chairman, David McGregor

ATTEST:

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NOTICE

IN THE COUNTY COURT OF CEDAR COUNTY, NEBRASKA

Estate of Loraine C. Korth, Deceased

Estate No. PR17—3

Notice is hereby given that on January 9th, 2017 in the County Court of Cedar County, Nebraska, the Registrar issued a written statement of Informal Probate of the Will of said Decedent and that Richard Korth and Lawrence Korth, whose addresses are 86720 558th Avenue, Randolph, NE 68771 and of 87103 558th Avenue, Randolph, NE 68771, were informally appointed by the Registrar as Co-Personal Representatives of the Estate.

Creditors of this Estate must file their claims with this Court on or before March 13th, 2017, or be forever barred.

Diane L. Sudbeck

Clerk of the County Court

Cedar County Court

P.O. Box 695

Hartington, NE 68739

Lance C. Carlson, #20674

Carlson Law Office

P.O. Box 458

Randolph, NE 68771

402/337-0808

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NOTICE OF RENEWAL OF

RETAIL LIQUOR LICENSE

Notice is hereby given that pursuant to section 53-135.01, liquor license may be automatically renewed for one year from May 1, 2017, for the following retail liquor licensee, to wit:

DJVM, L.C.C.

dba Pronto

518 West Broadway Street

Randolph, Nebraska

Notice is hereby given that written protest to the issuance of automatic renewal of license may be filed by any resident of the city on or before February 01, 2017 in the office of the City Clerk; that in the event protests are filed by three or more such persons, hearing will be had to determine whether continuation of said license should be allowed.

Kelsey Backer

City Administrator/

Clerk/Treasurer

Published January 11, 2017

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NOTICE OF HEARING

TO ALL RESIDENT OF THE VILLAGE OF SHOLES, NEBRASKA, AND ALL OTHER PERSONS:You are hereby placed on notice the the Village Bored of the Village of Sholes, Nebraska, shall hold a public hearing at 56179 Sholes St. on the 30th day of January, 217 at 7 p.m. The purpose of his hearing is to hear testimony in favor of, opposition to, and to answer questions in relation thereto the proposed one year and six year street improvement program of the Village of Sholes, Nebraska. A copy of the programs are on file with Tom Bauer, Village Clerk, and are subject to public review and examination.

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NOTICE OF RENEWAL OF

RETAIL LIQUOR LICENSE

Notice is hereby given that pursuant to section 53-135.01, liquor license may be automatically renewed for one year from May 1, 2017, for the following retail liquor licensee, to wit:

Jill Nielsen

d/b/a Randolph Community Golf Course

209 W Walden Street

Randolph, Nebraska

Notice is hereby given that written protest to the issuance of automatic renewal of license may be filed by any resident of the city on or before February 01, 2017 in the office of the City Clerk; that in the event protests are filed by three or more such persons, hearing will be had to determine whether continuation of said license should be allowed.

Kelsey Backer

City Administrator/

Clerk/Treasurer

Published January 11, 2017

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VILLAGE BOARD MEETING

January 3, 2017 Minutes

Village of Belden

The Board of Trustees of the Village of Belden met in regular session on January 3, 2017, at the library. Meeting called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Chairman Wobbenhorst.

MEMBERS PRESENT: Wobbenhorst, Stapelman, Huetig, Patefield and J. Campbell

MEMBERS ABSENT: None

VISITORS PRESENT: Jerry Gross, Dennis Sothan, Ron Stapelman, Gene Ohlrich, Lathan Ohlrich

Board reviewed the minutes of the last meeting. Motion to approve minutes by Patefield and seconded by J. Campbell Ayes: All Nayes: None

On motion, the following bills were allowed:

ELECTRIC FUND:

33768 Cedar Knox Public Power, $62.97

GENERAL FUND:

33769 Citizens State Bank, $3.97; 33770 NE Nebraska News, $42.00; 33771 Cedar Knox Public Power, $26.21; 33772 Melissa Campbell, $277.05; 33773 BH Energy, $48.74; 33774 Elkhorn Valley Insurance, $3,133.92; 33787 UPS- Roll of Stamps, $47.00

STREET FUND:

33775 Citizens State Bank, $300.00; 33776 Cedar Knox Public Power, $438.34; 33777 Manzer Equipment, $1,021.94; 33778 JEO, $600.00; 33788 Jerry Gross, $60.95

WATER FUND:

33779 Gene Ohlrich (salary+postage), $258.96; 33780 Patti Surber (Salary), $161.61; 33781 Wau-Col Water System, $2,074.90; 33782 DHHS-Coliform Sample, $15.00; 33783 Cedar-Knox Public Power, $54.22

SEWER FUND:

No Bills reported.

SANITATION FUND:

33784 Key Sanitation LLC, $754.93

POOL& PARK FUND:

33785 Cedar Knox PPD, $15.00; 33790 Black Hills Energy, $30.99; 33789 Dennis Sothan, $250.00

Balance on Hand was reported.

Motion was moved by Stapelman and seconded by Patefield to pay the bills. Ayes: All Nayes: None

Dennis Sothan reported that he cut down the trees at the pool with Jerry Gross.

Gene Ohlrich reported that he had four and a half hours of extra time that he would like paid for while he was chlorinating the water system. It was moved by Stapelman and seconded by J. Campbell to pay him for those hours. The board decided that there needs to be more discussion about salaried positions, extra hours and mileage.

Ron Stapelman presented his concerns to the board. He wanted to know when the water meter will be fixed at his rental house. Wobbenhorst reported that she is in contact with Denny Morgan to fix those extra water meters in town. Gene Ohlrich volunteered to help with this project.

Ron expressed concern that the Village Board and Rural Fire Board need to finalize the resolution on responsibilities of the new fire hall. Janice reported that she is working on the documents for everyone to review. He wanted to know what is going to happen with the Q125 money and was advised that it is not the Village Boards responsibility, but the Q125 committee.

Ron voiced his concerns on the town mowing and his disappointment with the way mowing is being done. He presented an idea for the town buying a mower and then hiring someone as a town employee to perform the mowing. Jody and Brad will look into the idea and prepare a cost analysis for the next meeting.

Brad expressed concerns that the dirt from the new fire building site was spread around at the dump. He has asked P&E to put it together more in one spot. Ron and Brad will work with P&E to get this accomplished. It probably will not happen now, until spring, because of the weather.

Huetig thanked Gross for taking down the Christmas lights.

Gross reported that he will fix the frame on a Christmas light that got damaged during the wind storm. He also reported that the trees needing to be cut down at the pool have been cut down. In the spring, he will take a pole saw to the pool and cut down some branches.

Wobbenhorst reported that we will hold a public hearing at our February meeting for our One and Six year plan with JEO. This will be announced in the paper in a separate press release.

Due to scheduling conflicts, it was agreed upon to have next month’s meeting on Wednesday instead of Tuesday.

No further business appearing.

Meeting was adjourned to the call of the Chairman. Motion by Campbell and seconded by Huetig. Ayes: All Nayes: None

Next meeting is scheduled for Wednesday February 8th at 7:00 pm.

Melissa Campbell

Village Clerk

Janice Wobbenhorst

Chairman

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CITY OF RANDOLPH

MEETING MINUTES

January 4, 2017

The council convened in open session on Wednesday, January 4, 2017 at 6:30 p.m. in the council chambers. Notice was given in advance by publishing in the Randolph Times. Council acknowledged by Receipt of Notice. Present were Mayor Schutt, Councilmen Bargstadt, Winkelbauer, Lemmons, and Wattier, Chief of Police Greiner, Economic Development Director Van Meter, City Administrator/Clerk/Treasurer Backer, and news reporter Deanna Anderson. Also present, Aaron Nielsen, Randy Hellbusch of Nebraska Rural Water Association, and Bill Hansen. Mayor Schutt advised those present of the location of the posted information regarding the Open Meetings Act.

Motion by Winkelbauer, seconded by Bargstadt to approve the minutes of December 7, 2016. ROLL CALL YEAS: Lemmons, Wattier, Bargstadt, Winkelbauer NAYS: None

Motion by Bargstadt, seconded by Lemmons to approve the claims as submitted. ROLL CALL YEAS: Winkelbauer, Wattier, Lemmons, Bargstadt NAYS: None

GENERAL

Northeast NE News, pu, 165.88; Appeara, se, 119.28; Sam’s Hardware Hank, su, 37.63; Quill, su, 471.95; Gross Payroll, 11400.41

STREET

Grossenburg, eq le, 600.00; Paul’s Welding, re, 141.36; Leiting Auto, su, 677.26; Berner’s, ga, 84.33, Municipal Supply, su, 88.18; Gross Payroll, 3623.26

SEWER

Midwest Laboratories, wa wa te, 61.50; JEO, en, ca imp, 13589.50; Gross Payroll, 2966.88

WATER

NE Public Health Lab, wa te, 463.00; Gross Payroll, 2881.45

MISCELLANEOUS

Black Hills Energy, se, 573.39; City of Randolph, ut, 8004.76; DC Communications, ld, 11.68; One Call Concepts, lo, 15.54; WiMac, ph, 63.90; Birch, ph, 265.38

FIRE

QLT, ph, 7.06; Danko, eq, 22489.00; Associated Fire, se, 226.00; Randolph Feed & Grain, su, 59.00

POLICE

J.P. Cooke, lic, 219.57; Gross Payroll, 4645.00

LANDFILL

Randolph Family Practice, se, 284.00; L.P. Gill, du, 1087.58; Cornhusker International, re, 271.49

LIBRARY

Gross Payroll, 2354.83

AU      DITORIUM

Billerbeck Construction, re, 367.15; Colonial Research, su, 190.06

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

Gross Payroll, 2679.92

GOLF

Gross Payroll, 2083.34

ELECTRIC

Altec Industries, su, 140.84; WESCO, su, 255.87; Gross Payroll, 4389.28

Motion by Lemmons, seconded by Winkelbauer to approve claim of $1536.71 submitted by Randolph Farm Supply for gas. ROLL CALL YEAS: Wattier, Winkelbauer, Lemmons NAYS: None ABSTAIN: Bargstadt

Motion by Winkelbauer, seconded by Bargstadt to approve claim of $200.96 submitted by Wattier True Value for supplies. ROLL CALL YEAS: Lemmons, Bargstadt, Winkelbauer NAYS: None ABSTAIN: Wattier

Randy Hellbusch of Nebraska Rural Water Association presented results from the water and sewer rate study he performed in November 2016, which showed Randolph was below average for rates in both departments. Following discussion, Attorney Carlson will prepare ordinances for the February 1, 2017 meeting to reflect the appropriate rate increase for both water and sewer rates.

Bill Hansen with the City of Osmond shared information on lagoons for council consideration for the project expected to take place on the waste water treatment facility. No action taken.

Backer presented application for a propane tank permit on behalf of Cody Backer. Motion by Wattier, seconded by Winkelbauer to approve the application for installation of a one hundred fourteen (114) gallon propane tank at 407 E Jackson Street after passing inspection by Randolph Farm Supply. ROLL CALL YEAS: Schutt, Winkelbauer, Wattier NAYS: None ABSTAIN: Bargstadt ABSENT: Lemmons

Backer presented one sealed bid for the 2006 Crown Victoria Police sedan. Motion by Wattier, seconded by Winkelbauer to accept bid of $1,101.01 submitted by Gary Umberger. ROLL CALL YEAS: Bargstadt, Winkelbauer, Wattier NAYS: None ABSENT: Lemmons

Motion by Bargstadt, seconded by Wattier to accept the resignation of Mary Rose Backhaus from the EMT Squad. ROLL CALL YEAS: Winkelbauer, Wattier, Bargstadt NAYS: None ABSENT: Lemmons Mayor Schutt and the council wish to express their appreciation for her dedicated service to the community.

Mayor Schutt made the following appointments: Rick Alderson and Mike Dowling to the Board of Adjustments, Gary Van Meter as Board of Adjustments Administrator. Motion by Bargstadt, seconded by Wattier to approve the same. ROLL CALL YEAS: Bargstadt, Wattier, Winkelbauer NAYS: None ABSENT: Lemmons

Motion by Bargstadt, seconded by Winkelbauer to approve IRS Mileage Rate of 53.5 cents per mile for 2017. ROLL CALL YEAS: Wattier, Winkelbauer, Bargstadt NAYS: None ABSENT: Lemmons

Department reports presented. Chief of Police Greiner submitted monthly police report to the council. Economic Development Director Van Meter submitted monthly report to the council and suggested a tentative date for the yearly city council retreat. Backer formally thanked Randolph Farm Supply for their generous donation for purchase of new lights for the fire hall. Backer thanked Janet Groen for taking on the extra work load while she was on leave. Motion by Lemmons, seconded by Wattier authorizing clerk to publish Notice of Public Hearing to adopt One & Six Year Street Improvement Program on February 1, 2017 at 6:35 p.m. ROLL CALL YEAS: Bargstadt, Winkelbauer, Wattier, Lemmons NAYS: None

Motion by Lemmons, seconded by Bargstadt to enter into executive session at 7:55 p.m. to discuss personnel. ROLL CALL YEAS: Wattier, Winkelbauer, Bargstadt, Lemmons NAYS: None Motion by Lemmons, seconded by Wattier to adjourn executive session at 8:51 p.m. ROLL CALL YEAS: Winkelbauer, Bargstadt, Wattier, Lemmons NAYS: None Motion by Lemmons, seconded by Bargstadt to renew contract of Gary Van Meter as Economic Development Director for 2017 with no change in salary and Kelsey Backer as City Administrator/Clerk/Treasurer for 2017 with salary of $38,500.00. ROLL CALL YEAS: Wattier, Winkelbauer, Bargstadt, Lemmons NAYS: None Chief Greiner advised that he is resigning as Chief of Police effective April 1, 2017. Motion by Lemmons, seconded by Wattier to accept his resignation and extend his current contract until said date. ROLL CALL YEAS: Bargstadt, Winkelbauer, Wattier, Lemmons NAYS: None

With no further business to come before the board, motion by Winkelbauer, seconded by Lemmons to adjourn. ROLL CALL YEAS: Bargstadt, Wattier, Lemmons, Winkelbauer NAYS: None

Kelsey Backer

City Administrator/Clerk/Treasurer

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