Published On: Wed, Feb 15th, 2017

Randolph Times Public Notices 2.15.17

NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF CEDAR COUNTY, NEBRASKA
Estate of MARGARET R. BILLERBECK, Deceased
Estate No. PR17-11
Notice is hereby given that on Feb. 6th, 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 James G. Billerbeck, whose address is 105 E. Lorge Street, P.O. Box 274, Randolph, NE 68771, and Jane A. Billerbeck Klemens, whose address is 1124 S. Palomino Creek Dr., Gilbert, AZ 85296, 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 April 24th, 2017, or be forever barred.
Diane L. Sudbeck
Clerk of the County Court
P.O. Box 695
Hartington, NE 68739
Patrick G. Rogers #13563
BROGRAN GRAY, P.C., L.L.O.
Attorneys at Law
110 N. 16th Street, Suite 22
Norfolk, NE 68701
(402) 644-7242
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NOTICE
Cedar County Commissioners are accepting bids for the sale of property located in section 23, township 32 North, Range 2 East; with physical address of 308 891 Road, Wynot; formally known as the David and Marge Foulk property. Bids will be accepted on buildings or parts of the buildings and fixtures within the buildings including fences, gates and any items on the property.
Property may be viewed by making arrangements with District One Commissioner
Sealed bids are being accepted until 5 PM February 27th in the Cedar County Clerk’s office. All inquiries should be directed to the Cedar County Clerk PO Box 47 Hartington, NE 68739 or 402-254-7411.
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NOTICE TO BIDDERS
Sealed bids will be received by the Cedar County Clerk until February 28, 2017 at 10:45 a.m., for supplying materials required to construct:  triple 108” x 47’-0” corrugated metal pipes with steel headwalls and wingwalls and other related incidental work.  The project site is located on 881 Road, between 566 Avenue and 567 Avenue, in Cedar County, Nebraska. The bids will be opened on February 28, 2017 at 11:00 a.m.
The project is referred to as “Hartington Southeast, C-14(727)” and shall include all labor, materials, transportation and equipment required to fabricate and deliver the materials necessary to construct:  triple 108” x 47’-0” corrugated metal pipes on a 20 degree skew (LHB), with steel headwalls and wingwalls.
Copies of the Bid Documents and Specifications are open to public inspection at the office of the Cedar County Clerk, County Courthouse, Hartington, Nebraska 68739. A set of documents may be obtained from Mainelli Wagner & Associates, Inc. for a non-refundable fee of $15.00. (6920 Van Dorn, Suite “A” Lincoln, Nebraska  68506, PH:  (402-421-1717). All Bid Proposals must be submitted on the forms furnished with the Bid Documents.
The sealed bids may be mailed or delivered to the County Clerk of Cedar County, County Courthouse, P.O. Box 47, Hartington, Nebraska  68739, and should be plainly marked as, “Materials Bid Proposal – Hartington Southeast, C-14(727)”
Along with its Bid Proposal, each bidder shall submit an unconditional Bid Bond or Certified Check made payable to the County Treasurer of Cedar County, Nebraska, in an amount equal to five (5) percent of the Bid Proposal.  Also, each bidder is to include an estimated time of delivery for the materials with their Bid Proposal. The desired delivery date of the material is six weeks after the award of the contract. All materials shall be delivered to the project site.
Within ten (10) days following the award of the Contract, the successful bidder shall furnish a surety bond or bonds in an amount equal to or greater than the full amount of the contract.  The surety and form of the bonds are subject to the acceptance by the Cedar County Board of Commissioners.
The Cedar County Board of Commissioners reserves the right to reject any and all bids or to waive any irregularities in bids received.  Award of the Contract will be in accordance with the County Purchasing Act’s competitive bidding considerations as set forth in Neb.Rev.Stat. §§ 23-3110 to 23-3114, and the Cedar County Board of Commissioners will, at its discretion, award the contract on the basis of the lowest responsible bid received.  Cedar County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
David Dowling
Cedar County Clerk
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NOTICE OF MEETING
Notice is hereby given, that a meeting of the Mayor and City Council of the City of Randolph, Nebraska, will be held at 2:30 P.M. on Thursday, February 23, 2017, at the Randolph Public Library meeting room, which meeting will be open to the public.  An agenda for such meeting, kept continuously current, is available for public inspection at the office of the City Clerk, but the agenda may be modified at such meeting.
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CITY OF RANDOLPH
MEETING MINUTES
February 1, 2017
The council convened in open session on Wednesday, February 1, 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, Wattier, Winkelbauer, and Lemmons, City kelbauer, and Lemmons, City Attorney Carlson, Chief of Police Greiner, Economic Development Director Van Meter, City Administrator/Clerk/Treasurer Backer. Also present, Peggy Leiting and Josh Rayford. Mayor Schutt advised those present of the posted information regarding the Open Meetings Act.
Motion by Bargstadt, seconded by Wattier to approve the minutes of January 4, 2017.  ROLL CALL YEAS: Lemmons, Winkelbauer, Wattier, Bargstadt NAYS: None
Motion by Lemmons, seconded by Bargstadt to approve the claims as submitted.  ROLL CALL YEAS: Winkelbauer, Wattier, Bargstadt, Lemmons NAYS: None
GENERAL
Northeast NE News co, pu, 221.03; Norfolk Daily News, pu, 49.98; Appeara, se, 118.70; Sam’s Hardware Hank, su, 47.68; Copycraft Printing, su, 759.44; Eakes Office Solutions, su, 33.90; Quill Corporation, su, 340.62; Cedar Co. Register of Deeds, re, 16.00; Jim’s Food Center, su,  11.35; Gross Payroll, 7257.67
STREET
Grossenburg Implement, eq le, 600.00; Berner’s Service, ga, 251.27; Leiting Auto, su, 341.66; Paul’s Welding, re, 85.24; Gross Payroll, 5355.02
SEWER
Midwest Laboratories, wa wa te, 171.50; JEO, en, 65.25; Gross Payroll, 4344.58
MISCELLANEOUS
Black Hills Energy, se, 1919.79; City of Randolph, ut, 10937.24; Birch, ph, 265.38; WiMac, ph, 63.90; DC Communications, ld, 15.04
ELECTRIC
Wesco, su, 1610.28; Kriz-Davis, su, 1854.09; Dutton-Lainson Co, su, 467.50; Gross Payroll, 6705.22
FIRE
Heartland Fire Protection, insp, 242.00; Danko, eq, 287.94
POLICE
Gross Payroll, 4585.00
LANDFILL
L.P. Gill, du, 1135.94; Gross Payroll, 40.00
PARK
Y&Y Lawn Service, se, 2161.25
LIBRARY
Gross Payroll. 2533.95
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
Gross Payroll, 3376.60
GOLF
Sargent Drilling, ca im, 7856.33; Gross Payroll, 2083.34
WATER
NE Public Health Lab, wa te, 30.00; HD Supply, wa me, 1128.90; Gross Payroll, 4336.97
Motion by Lemmons, seconded by Winkelbauer to approve claim of $44.02 submitted by Wattier True Value for supplies.  ROLL CALL YEAS: Bargstadt, Winkelbauer, Lemmons NAYS: None ABSTAIN: Wattier
Motion by Bargstadt, seconded by Wattier to approve claim of $142.20 submitted by Winkelbauer Repair for repairs.  ROLL CALL YEAS: Lemmons, Wattier, Bargstadt NAYS: None ABSTAIN: Winkelbauer
Motion by Wattier, seconded by Lemmons to approve claim of $3873.13 submitted by Randolph Farm Supply for gas and repairs.  ROLL CALL YEAS: Winkelbauer, Lemmons, Wattier NAYS: None ABSTAIN: Bargstadt
Public Hearing held at 6:45 p.m. to consider One & Six Year Street Program. Backer advised it was an extension of the plan adopted last year. No objections to or recommendations to the plan had been received.  Councilman Lemmons introduced Resolution 2017-01 who moved its adoption, seconded by Councilman Bargstadt. ROLL CALL YEAS: Wattier, Winkelbauer, Bargstadt, Lemmons NAYS: None
RESOLUTION 2017-01
“WHEREAS, the City Street Superintendent has prepared and presented a One Year and Six Year Plan for Street Improvement Program for the City of Randolph, and
WHEREAS, a public meeting was held on the 1st day of February, 2017, to present this plan and there were no objections to said plan;
THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE Mayor and City Council of Randolph, Nebraska, that the plans and data as furnished are hereby in all things accepted and adopted.”
Mayor Schutt appointed First State Bank as Depository for the City of Randolph for 2017. Motion by Winkelbauer, seconded by Wattier to approve the same. ROLL CALL YEAS: Bargstadt, Lemmons, Wattier, Winkelbauer NAYS: None
Peggy Leiting presented LIED Randolph Public Library’s 2016 Year End Review.  In 2016, the library provided 245 programs for patrons eighteen and under, with 3,980 attending, as well as 59 adult programs, with 513 attending.  The council expressed their appreciation towards the dedicated service from library staff and volunteers.
Backer presented application for a Special Designated License on behalf of Mrs. Bubba’s for the Community Club Dance to be held on March 18, 2017, at the city auditorium. Motion by Lemmons, seconded by Wattier to approve the application.  ROLL CALL YEAS: Winkelbauer, Bargstadt, Wattier, Lemmons NAYS: None
Discussion was held on increasing the water and sewer rates for all utility customers.  The recommendation from Nebraska Rural Water Association was to increase water rates in phases by adopting an ordinance which would include rate increases for the current year, as well as the subsequent two years. Motion by Bargstadt, seconded by Winkelbauer to increase the water rate as follows:
2017-Flat monthly fee of $20.00, plus an additional $1.00 per one thousand gallons
2018-Flat monthly fee of $20.00, plus an additional $1.10 per one thousand gallons
2019-Flat monthly fee of $20.00, plus an additional $1.20 per one thousand gallons
ROLL CALL YEAS: Lemmons, Wattier, Winkelbauer, Bargstadt NAYS: None Motion by Lemmons, seconded by Bargstadt to increase monthly sewer rate to $24.00 for residential customers and $26.00 for commercial customers. ROLL CALL YEAS: Wattier, Winkelbauer, Bargstadt, Lemmons NAYS: None Attorney Carlson will prepare said ordinances for the regularly scheduled council meeting on March 1, 2017. New rate increases will not be reflected on monthly utility bill until adoption of ordinances.
Backer advised holding a special meeting to discuss the report for the waste water treatment facility submitted by Roger Protzman. Said meeting will be held on Thursday, February 23, 2017.
Department reports presented. Chief Greiner submitted his monthly report to the council.  Economic Development Director Van Meter submitted his monthly report to the council. Van Meter presented a tentative agenda for the Council Retreat to be held at the library meeting room on Thursday, February 23, 2017. City Administrator/Clerk/Treasurer Backer informed the council that year end reports had been completed and the waste water treatment facility permit application had been submitted, as the current permit expires in September of 2017. Motion by Bargstadt, seconded by Lemmons to enter into executive session at 7:22 p.m. to discuss personnel. ROLL CALL YEAS: Winkelbauer, Wattier, Lemmons, Bargstadt NAYS: None Motion by Lemmons, seconded by Wattier to adjourn executive session at 7:32 p.m. ROLL CALL YEAS: Winkelbauer, Bargstadt, Wattier, Lemmons NAYS: None No action taken.
With no further business to come before the board, motion by Lemmons, seconded by Wattier to adjourn.  ROLL CALL YEAS: Bargstadt, Winkelbauer, Wattier, Lemmons NAYS: None
Kelsey Backer
City Administrator/Clerk/Treasurer
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VILLAGE OF BELDEN
Minutes
February 8th, 2017
The Board of Trustees of the Village of Belden met in regular session on February 8th, 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, Gene Ohlrich, Terry Graf
Terry Graf expressed his concern about the Village not selling property on the east side of town.  The board members discussed the advice from the Village Lawyer and why the decision was made.
Board reviewed the minutes of the last meeting.  Motion to approve minutes by Patefield and seconded by Huetig.  Ayes: All  Nayes: None
On motion, the following bills were allowed:
ELECTRIC FUND:
33791 Cedar Knox Public Power, $107.08
GENERAL FUND:
33792 Citizens State Bank, $15.82; 33793 NE Nebraska News, $54.15; 33794 Cedar Knox Public Power,     $34.88; 33795 Melissa Campbell (Salary +Postage), $280.62; 33796 BH Energy, $119.00; 33797 Jeff Hrouda Law Office, $587.26; 33798 IRS, $56.00; 33799 IRS-Taxes, $328.64
STREET FUND:
33800 Citizens State Bank, $300.00; 33801 Cedar Knox Public Power, $ 487.15; 33819 Randolph Farm Supply, $511.57; 33812 Cedar Knox- Christmas Lights, $107.56; 33815 Robert Patefield-Snow Removal, $150.00; 33816 Chuck Arduser-Snow Removal, $60.00; 33818 Y and Y Lawn Service-Spring Spraying, $142.50
WATER FUND:
33802 Gene Ohlrich (salary+postage), $200.34; 33803 Patti Surber (Salary), $161.61; 33804 Wau-Col Water System, $2,312.55; 33805 DHHS-Coliform Sample, $94.00; 33806 Cedar-Knox Public Power, $54.22; 33813 Laurel True Value, $83.58; 33814 Jerry Gross, $66.49; 33817 Denny Morgan,  $312.50
SEWER FUND:
No Bills reported.
SANITATION FUND:
33807 Key Sanitation LLC, $754.93
POOL& PARK FUND:
33808 Cedar Knox PPD, $15.00; 33809 Black Hills Energy, $30.98; 33810 DHHS-Pool Permit, $40.00
Balance on Hand was reported.
Motion was moved by J. Campbell and seconded by Huetig to pay the bills.  Ayes: All  Nayes: None
Gene Ohlrich and Wobbenhorst reported that the Village of Belden has triggered a Level 2 Assessment for the water.  The water will need to be chlorinated again. We will need to pump chlorine from Belden not from Coleridge.  In order to do this, the Village will  need to purchase a pump for around $1200 so we can chlorinate.   After discussion, it was moved by Stapelman and seconded by J. Campbell to purchase a Residual Chlorine tester machine from the City of Wayne for $250.00.   Ayes:  All  Nayes: None
Huetig reported that she has had some discussion with area high school students about being lifeguards.  Patti Schulte will be getting her Pool Manager and Lifeguard certification for the upcoming season.  Huetig will be updating Patti with training dates for these.  The new pool permit has been submitted for the pool season.
Stapelman reported on an Open Fire permit for the dump.  The board filled this out during the meeting.
Gross reported that he will trim trees at the pool in the spring.  He also will power wash it and repaint the pool if needed.
Wobbenhorst reminded those doing snow removal to make sure and get in front of all the businesses on Main Street.
J. Campbell did a cost analysis for the Village purchasing a lawn mower.  Discussion was held on prices.  It was decided to table until next meeting.  J. Campbell, Wobbenhorst and Gross reported they would check into it more.
It was moved by J. Campbell and seconded by Patefield to pay the bid for Spring weed control from Y and Y Lawn Service.
The meeting was convened to open it up for the Public Hearing of our One and Six Year Plan with JEO Consulting Group.  The following resolution was introduced by Huetig, who moved its adoption, seconded by Stapelman,
“WHEREAS,     the City Street Superintendent has prepared and presented a One Year and Six Year Plan for Street Improvement Program for the Village of Belden, and
WHEREAS, a public meeting was held on the 8th day of February, 2017, to present this plan and there were no objections to said plan;
THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE Chairperson and Village Board of Trustees of Belden, Nebraska, that the plans and data as furnished are hereby in all things accepted and adopted.”
Upon roll call vote as follows:
Cathy Huetig: Aye
Brad Stapelmen: Aye
Robert Patefield: Aye
J. Campbell: Aye
Janice Wobbenhorst
Chairperson
ATTEST:  Melissa Campbell
Clerk
Public Meeting was adjourned and the regular Village Board meeting was convened.
The Village Board reviewed the draft for the Inter-local Agreement between the Village of Belden and the Rural Fire Board.
Wobbenhorst reported that the new rates for water samples to be sent in to DHHS will be $180 for 2017 and 2018.
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 Tuesday  March 7th  at 7:00 pm.
Melissa Campbell
Village Clerk
Janice Wobbenhorst
Chairman CEDAR COUNTY
COMMISSION
Minutes
January 24, 2017
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 Craig Bartels, 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 McGregor and seconded by Bartels to approve the agenda. Motion carried with a 3 to 0 vote. Motion was made by Bartels and seconded by McGregor to approve the minutes from the last meeting. Motion carried with a 3 to 0 vote.
Dave Sudbeck told the board that he didn’t have a quorum to hold a meeting and will have to reschedule the meeting and that the applications could wait. Sudbeck presented a building permit for Morse Koch for a work shop. Motion was made by Pinkelman and seconded by McGregor to approve. Motion carried with a 3 to 0 vote. Sudbeck then presented building permit for Gary Woockman. Motion was made by Bartels and seconded by McGregor to approve permits. Motion carried with 3 to 0 vote.
Road Supt., Schmidt presented a contract from the state for Lavern Schroeder to tie out corners on highway 12 road project. The agreement was approved and signed by the chairman. Discussion was held on the upcoming one and six year road plan hearing.
Motion was made by McGregor and seconded Pinkelman to approve Special Designated Liquor License for St. Johns of Fordyce for an event Friday March 3rd with an alternate snow date of March 10th for a fish fry. Motion carried with a 3 to 0 vote.
Commissioner McGregor reported on the recent Area on Aging meeting he attended in Norfolk.
County Attorney, George Hirschbach met to go over the recent hearing on the Heimes case and presented information on the Judge’s decision.
Janet Wiechelman met with the board on LB 544 that has been introduced. The bill was reviewed with the board. Wiechelman told the board that she would keep them updated on the bill.
Form 457 from the Treasurer’s office for East and West Catholic and Cedar Catholic exemptions were reviewed and a motion was made by McGregor and seconded by Pinkelman to approve the applications as presented. Motion carried with a 3 to 0 vote
With no further business or agenda items the meeting was declared adjourned.
APPROVED:
Board Chairman,
Terry Pinkelman
ATTEST:
County Clerk, David Dowling
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