Published On: Wed, Nov 25th, 2015

Randolph Times Public Notices 11.25.15

CITY OF RANDOLPH
Minutes
November 10, 2015
The council convened in open session on Tuesday, November 10, 2015 at 6:00 p.m. in the council chambers.  Notice was given in advance by posting in three public places, Sam’s Hardware Hank, First State Bank, City Clerk’s Office.  Council acknowledged by Receipt of Notice.  Present were Mayor Schutt, Councilmen Lemmons, Bargstadt, Winkelbauer, Wattier, City Attorney Carlson, City Administrator/Clerk
Treasurer Jones, Economic Development Director VanMeter.  Mayor Schutt advised those present of the location of the posted information regarding the Open Meetings Act.
Police Chief Greiner provided council with information regarding State contract award for police car.  Laurel Police Chief showed the council the current unit they are using.
Lynn Wurdinger, golf greens keeper and Doug Yantzie of Sargent Drilling addressed the council concerning the golf course well.  Cam survey data presented showed broken one inch casing all around at 100 feet and the transition PVC to stainless steel has come apart at 180 feet.  Mr. Yantzie will provide specs for the council to consider when advertising for a new well.
Motion by Bargstadt, seconded by Winkelbauer to enter into executive session at 6:37 p.m. to discuss personnel.  ROLL CALL YEAS: Wattier, Winkelbauer, Lemmons, Bargstadt NAYS: None Motion by Lemmons, seconded by Wattier to adjourn executive session at 7:34 p.m.  ROLL CALL YEAS: Lemmons, Bargstadt, Wattier, Winkelbauer NAYS: None Council reviewed employment applications received.  Jones will schedule interviews to be held November 18, 19 and 20, 2015.  With no further business to come before the board, motion by Lemmons, seconded by Winkelbauer to adjourn.  ROLL CALL YEAS: Wattier, Winkelbauer, Bargstadt, Lemmons NAYS: None
Cinda R. Jones, MMC
City Adm/Clerk/Treasurer
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BOARD OF EDUCATION
Minutes
Regular Board Meeting
7:00 p.m,
November 16, 2015
BOARD MEMBERS
Paul Schmit, Presiding Officer
Tim Kint, Vice President
Sandy Owens, Secretary-Board of Education
Loren Haselhorst
Jim Scott
Michael Strathman
Superintendent of Schools
Jeff Hoesing
The regular meeting of the Randolph Board of Education was called to order at 7:02  pm by President Paul Schmit on November 16, 2015 with the following present:  Members: Paul Schmit, Loren Haselhorst, Sandy Owens, Mike Strathman, Jim Scott,  Superintendent  Hoesing, Principal Miller, Principal Bazata and Susan Lenhoff  recording secretary. Absent and excused was Tim Kint.  
President, Paul Schmit announced and informed the public that a current copy of the open meetings act is posted in the Board room.
Motion was made by Haselhorst and seconded by Scott to hereby determine that this meeting was preceded by published notice being published in the October 28, 2015 Randolph Times and is hereby duly convened in open session.  On roll call vote motion carried 5-0.
Motion was made by Strathman and seconded by Owens to approve the October 19th, 2015 regular meeting minutes. On roll call vote motion carried 5-0.
Motion was made by Haselhorst and seconded by Strathman to approve the November, 2015 claims. On roll call motion carried 5-0.
GENERAL FUND: APPEARA SUPPLIES, 315.81; BACKER, ALLISON PIANO PLAYING AT MADISON JR. HI, 75.00; BERMEL, JEFFREY SUPPLIES, MILEAGE, 22.95; BERNER’S SERVICE FUEL, 481.39; CABLE ONE CABLE, 11.28; CHEMSEARCH MONTHLY FEES, 613.21; CITY OF RANDOLPH WATER.SEWER.GARBAGE.ELECTRICITY, 5,123.77; Connecting Point SWITCHES, 700.00; CORNHUSKER INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS INC, REPAIRS BUS #3, 205.83; DOMINISSE, KAREN MEALS, 13.15; Dunham Hardwoods, Inc. WOODS TEACHING SUPPLIES, 2,493.57; EDUC SERVICE UNIT 1 SCHOOL AGE, EARLY INTERVENTION, 24,295.99; EDUCATIONAL UNIT #10 TECH TRAINING, 50.00; ESU COORDINATING COUNCIL CRISIS TRAINING, 500.00; Follett Software Company BOOKS, 66.66; JIM’S FOOD CENTER TEACHING SUPPLIES, 523.19; KNOW BUDDY RESOURCES BOOKS, 286.44; LEITING AUTO SUPPLY CUSTODIAL , BUS SUPPLIES AND REPAIRS, 720.74; LENHOFF, SUSAN SUPPLIES, MILEAGE, 22.68; MAJOR REFRIGERATION REPAIRS COMPRESSOR ON ROOF, 378.91; MARCO, INC. CONTRACTED SERVICES, 337.50; MCGRAW-HILL SCHOOL EDUCATION HOLDINGS, LLC BOOK, 15.45; MCI TELEPHONE, 148.85; MENARDS CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES, 164.94; MILLER, MARY MEALS AND SUPPLIES, 99.86; NEBRASKA ASSOC OF SCHOOL BOARD CONFERENCE FEES, 828.00; NORTHEAST NEBRASKA NEWS LEGAL ADS, 278.64; O’KEEFE ELEVATOR COMPANY INC TEST, 417.63; OLSON, LATRICIA MEAL, 7.22; OMAHA WORLD HERALD NEWS PAPER, 64.75; ONE SOURCE BACKGROUND TEST, 68.00; PAPER101 PAPER, 1,106.40; PERRY,GUTHERY, HAASE & GESSFOR LEGAL, 1,246.00; Pommer, CPA, Michael PROFESSIONAL SERVICES, 5,700.00; POMP’S TIRE SERVICE, INC. TIRES # 9 BUS. 1,177.44; PRESTO-X-COMPANY CONTRACTED SERVICES, 102.11; QWEST/CENTURYLINK TELEPHONE, 362.21; Randolph Clinic PHYSICAL, 134.00; RANDOLPH FARM SUPPLY FUEL, 282.83; RANDOLPH HOT LUNCH REIMBURSEMENT, COFFEE, 608.34; RASMUSSEN MECHANICAL SERVICES CLEANED BOILERS, 858.20; S&H TAX SERVICE 125 ADMIN, 130.20; SAM’S HARDWARE HANK SUPPLIES, 126.80; SCHNOOR, THERESA MEAL, 5.14; SOURCEGAS NATURAL GAS, 2,166.00; VISA FUEL, POSTAGE, SUPPLIES, 1,093.82; WATTIER’S TRUE VALUE SUPPLIES, 111.80; WESTERN OFFICE PRODUCTS PLUS POSTAGE METER RIBBON, 118.75; WINKELBAUER, CATRINA MEAL, 5.85; Fund Total: 54,667.30
SCHOOL LUNCH/MILK FUND: APPEARA SUPPLIES, 168.40; EARTHGRAINS BAKING CO’S INC. SUPPLIES, 291.74; HEARTLAND FIRE PROTECTION INC RECERTIFICATION RANGE HOOD, 221.60; HHS SERVICES–FOOD DISTRIBUTION PROGRAMS FOOD SUPPLIES, 854.07; HILAND DAIRY FOOD SUPPLIES, 1,048.78; JIM’S FOOD CENTER FOOD SUPPLIES, 940.29; MAJOR REFRIGERATION REPAIRS, 125.60; PEGLER SYSCO FOOD SUPPLIES, 3,800.93; SAM’S HARDWARE HANK COFFEE POT, 39.99; Thompson Co., The FOOD SUPPLIES, 1,300.19; Fund Total: 8,791.59
Motion was made by Strathman and seconded by Scott in accepting the proposal from Johnson Controls for HVAC project “A”. On roll call motion carried 5-0.
Motion was made by Owens and seconded by Haselhorst in accepting the proposal from Johnson Controls for HVAC project “B”. On roll call motion carried 5-0.
Motion was tabled on accepting a proposal for HVAC project “C”.
Motion was made by Haselhorst and seconded by Schmit in accepting the 2014-2015 audit.  On roll call motion carried 5-0.
Motion was made by Strathman and seconded by Haselhorst in approving financial support for a TeamMates sponsor.  On roll call motion carried 4-1 with Scott voting nay.
K-6 Principal Miller, 7-12 Principal Bazata and Superintendent Hoesing gave their monthly reports to the board.
Randolph School Board had a telephone conference discussion with Dave Harvey, a representative from 2001 Company on a remedy for the problems in the new gym roof.
Motion was made by Strathman and seconded by Haselhorst to enter executive session at 9:08 pm, for the protection of needless injury to the reputation of personnel, to discuss the superintendent’s contract.  On roll call motion carried 5-0.
Motion was made by Schmit and seconded by Scott to exit executive session at 9:37 pm.  On roll call motion carried 5-0.
Meeting was adjourned by Schmit at 9:39 pm.   
Notice is hereby given that the next regular board meeting of the Randolph Board of Education will be Monday, December 21st, 2015 at 7:00 p.m.   The regular meeting will be held at the high school board room and is open to the public.  An agenda is kept continually current and is available for public inspection in the Superintendent’s Office during regular office hours.
I, the undersigned, the duly qualified and acting Recording Secretary of the Randolph Board of Education, Randolph, Nebraska, hereby certify that the attached and foregoing minutes are a true and correct copy of a meeting of the Randolph Board of Education, held in open session at Randolph, Nebraska on the 16th day of November, 2015, which meeting was preceded by published notice.
Respectfully Submitted
Susan Lenhoff
Recording Secretary
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PUBLIC MEETING NOTICE
In accordance with Section 84-1408 through 84-1414, Nebraska Rev. Stat., the Wau-Col Regional Water System – Lower Elkhorn Natural Resources District will hold a Public Meeting on Thursday, December 3, 2015 at 7:00 p.m. at the Belden Library; Belden, Nebraska. An agenda of the items to be considered at such time and place is kept continually current and available for public inspection during normal business hours at the Lower Elkhorn NRD, 601 East Benjamin, Norfolk, NE.
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NOTICE OF MEETING
The regular meeting of the Randolph City Council will be held on Wednesday, December 02, 2015, at 6:30 p.m. at the City Office.  An agenda is kept current in the city office for public inspection.
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ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
The City of Randolph, Nebraska, will receive bids for a 2015 or newer 55 foot aerial truck. Bids will be accepted until 6:30 p.m. December 2, 2015, at the office of the City Clerk, 212 E. Broadway, P O Box 457, Randolph, Nebraska, 68771. At that time, all bids will be opened and publicly read aloud.
Specifications are on file at the office of the City Clerk in Randolph, Nebraska. A copy of the specifications for personal use may be obtained from the City Clerk’s Office, P O Box 457, Randolph, Nebraska 68771, (402) 337-0567.
No bids shall be withdrawn after the opening of bids without the consent of the City of Randolph, Nebraska, for a period of 30 days after the scheduled time of closing of bids.
The owner reserves the right to reject any and all bids and to waive any technicalities in bidding.
Dated at Randolph, Nebraska, this 4th day of November, 2015.
CITY OF RANDOLPH
Cinda R. Jones
City Adm/Clerk/Treasurer
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PUBLIC NOTICE
A vacancy exists for the Northeast Community College Board of Governors At-Large position, which consists of Antelope, Boyd, Brown, Burt, Cedar, Cuming, Dakota, Dixon, Garfield, Holt, Keya Paha, Knox, Madison, Pierce, Rock, Stanton, Wayne, Wheeler, Thurston, and the precincts of North Oakland, South Oakland, Ashland, North Branch, Shell Creek, and Midland in Boone County as such precincts existed on July 1, 1975.
A committee of the Northeast Board will receive and evaluate applications, select and conduct interviews, and make a recommendation to the full Board to fill the position for the balance of the term, which expires in December 2016. To be eligible, the candidate must be a registered voter, a resident of one of the above named counties or county precincts for at least six months, and cannot be a member of another board relating to education or another high elective office pursuant to Neb. Rev. Stat. §32-604.
Persons who wish to apply for this position may obtain information from the Northeast Community College website at www.northeast.edu. Completed application forms must be submitted to, and received by Diane Reikofski, board recording secretary, by the end of the day on December 16, 2015. Forms may be submitted online, or applicants may print out the form, complete it and mail it to Reikofski at 801 East Benjamin Avenue, P.O. Box 469, Norfolk, NE 68702.
Persons with questions related to this process are asked to contact a current member of the Board of Governors or the administrative offices at (402) 844-7055.
Gene L. Willers, Chairperson
Board of Governors
Northeast Community
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